Hall of Heroes Comic and Superhero Museum



Explore the 75+ year of history of Super Hero's in comics, toys, film and animation. Featuring 60,000 comic books, 100+ pieces of original art and over 10,000 toys and props. Exhibits include: Adam West's personal Batman costume, Chris Evans' Captain America Shield, Nicholas Cage's Ghost Rider motorcycle from Fast N' Loud, a 65 Iron Man Shelby Cobra donated by Richard Rawlings.

Tour Length: 1-2 Hours
Group Admission: Normally $5.00 per person we offer discount rates for groups of 10 or more
Misc: Motorcoach Parking, Guided Tour


Hall of Heroes Superhero Museum - Groups of 20-30 people

$6 pp incl, groups 31+--$5 pp incl

The Hall of Heroes Museum is filled with 80 years of history that makes you feel like a kid again. Located in Elkhart is the largest superhero collection in world of 70,000 comic books, 10,000 toys, original artwork and cartoons and Hollywood props from WW II to present day. 

Do you remember the song, “Na Na Na Batman!!!”?  Go back to your childhood when by seeing Adam West's Batman costume from the 1960's television series. If you are a western fan, you will love Clayton Moore's “Lone Ranger” costume on exhibit.

See rare comic books such as the first appearance of Captain America #1 in 1941 and the Wonder Woman comic in 1942.  Visitors love to pose for pictures with the full-size “Incredible Hulk” statue that is life size 9.5 feet tall and weighs 600 lbs. 

See two vehicles from Marvel studios including the 1965 Shelby Cobra from the first “Iron Man” film and the Nicholas Cages Hellcycle from “The Ghost Rider” films. Complete your visit by enjoying the free superhero arcade with classic arcade and pinball machines! 

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