Geppi's Entertainment Museum is a 16,000-square-foot (1,500 m sq) privately owned pop culture museum located in Baltimore
. The museum chronicles the history of pop culture in America from the 17th century to today as made popular in newspapers, magazines, comic books, movies, television, radio and video games.
It features a large and varied collection of pop culture memorabilia, including comic books, movie posters, toys, buttons, badges, cereal boxes, trading cards and many other items. The museum is located in downtown Baltimore's historic Camden Station
, directly above Sports Legends at Camden Yards and adjacent to Oriole Park
at Camden Yards (part of the Camden Yards Sports Complex
The museum is owned by Stephen A. Geppi, President and CEO of Diamond Comics Distributors. The majority of the exhibits come from Geppi's private collection. In 2007, Geppi's daughter Melissa "Missy" Geppi-Bowersox became the executive vice-president of the museum, and handles the management of the facility.
The museum is composed of several galleries devoted to different eras of pop culture, as well as one gallery hosting special exhibitions. The standing galleries are: