Geppi's Entertainment Museum (GEM) is a journey through 250 years of American pop culture. The museum exhibits nearly 6,000 pop culture artifacts including comics, toys, dolls and memorabilia of every conceivable category. Unofficially known as the "I had that when I was a...
Use your Groupon. A lot more than comic books. Very nice and clean. Manager was very helpful.
Such a cool space to rent out for events!
A cheap ticket and lots of fun nostalgic things to look at.
Worth every penny!
Please go here if you can, you might have to make two trips to catch it all. Major retro toys and super heroes out of this world. Just look at the pictures, they say it all.
Very interesting things to see here! Nostalgia abound!
If you fancy yourself a pop culture nut you won't want to miss this place.
Pirate & Princess Party June 3rd! Check it out on facebook-
Absorb every details!
Every time you go here, you'll find something you hadn't noticed before.
Zombie Gras 2 is on Saturday, February 11th from 10am until 6pm!!! What kind of zombie are you going to be?
This place chronicles decades of Americana. Find your favorite room and see if you can spot your favorite childhood toy behind the glass.
Come take off with our new Flying Super Man statue!!
Plenty of pop culture! Show your public transit ticket and get $2 off admission. Check out Sports Legends Museum downstairs for a great look at Maryland sports.
Half price admission on days there is an O's game
An wonderful place to go. Would recommend to all. It is a trip down memory lane as well as a history trip depending on when u were born
Very cool place, so many great old comics
I saw all of my childhood toys. Great memories.
Anyone who is a guest or vendor at the Aisle Style event gets free admission today to GEM!
Take your time. This may require more than one trip. Give your parents or grandparents a trip down memory lane for some of the toys/figurines displayed. The smile on their face will say it all.
This place serves the most delicious treat, nostalgia. Go slow. Drink it in. It takes more than a couple trips to see it all.