“Alice in Wonderland” fans can go down the rabbit hole at Geppi’s Entertainment Museum in Baltimore.
The pop culture museum is showcasing more than 200 pieces of memorabilia from the 1951 Walt Disney production including animation cels, design storyboards, drawings and sketches. A highlight of the exhibit will be international movie posters from Italy, Germany, France, Sweden, Argentina, Australia and other countries.
The items, from Disney collector Matt Crandall, also feature model art, Rotoscope pictures, Big Golden Book art, magazine illustrations, sculptures and designs for theme park rides.
The “Alice in Wonderland” collection will be on display through Oct. 1.
Geppi’s Entertainment Museum, located in Camden Station at Camden Yards, presents nearly 6,000 artifacts including comics, toys, dolls, games and memorabilia.
IF YOU GO
Where: 301 W. Camden St., second floor, Baltimore.
Admission: $10 for adults; $9 for seniors age 55 and up; $7 for students ages 5-18; free for children under 4.
Hours: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday.
Info: 410-625-7060 or geppismuseum.com.