Attention all super heroes! The Wilbur D. May Museum has extended its Hall of Heroes for an additional week! Visitors of all ages love this exciting exhibition that explores the history and science behind superheroes such as Batman, Superman, and many others. Hall of Heroes features movie props, costumes, and memorabilia, as well as interactive stations where visitors can test their own super powers. For the final month of the exhibit, the May Museum will offer several special events including a chance to meet and greet with superheroes, special sales, and more!
What: Hall of Heroes
When: Closing Sunday, April 22
Where: Wilbur D. May Museum, 1595 N. Sierra Street, Reno
Cost: Adults – $9.00, Children (3-17) – $8.00, Children <3 – Free, Seniors – $8.00
Contact: Call 775-785-5961 or visit online at www.maycenter.com
- Hall of Heroes After Dark – April 6, 13, 20 until 8:00pm – See the glow of the Hall of Heroes exhibition during special after dark evenings. The Museum will stay open until 8:00pm on the last three Fridays of the exhibition!
- Superhero Meet & Greet – Saturday, April 21 from 10am–1pm & Sunday, April 22 from Noon-2pm – Meet Captain America, Wonder Woman, and more! Members of the Science Fiction Coalition (Reno Chapter) will be roaming the exhibit in costume to interact with visitors and provide photo ops.
- Superhero Sale – All superhero merchandise in the museum store is 30% off for the month of April! Sale includes plush toys, action figures, keychains, games, and more!
Hall of Heroes is one of the premier exhibits created by Stage Nine Exhibitions, a full-service developer of creative, unusual exhibits for permanent or temporary display. State Nine Exhibitions owns, operates, and tours six internationally-acclaimed exhibitions including: Expedition: Dinosaur, Hall of Heroes, POPnology, The Animation Academy, Sweet: A Tasting Journey, and Rock U: The Institute of Rock “N” Roll. For more information visit www.stageninedesign.com.
Located within Rancho San Rafael Regional Park, the Wilbur D. May Center is managed by the Washoe County Community Services Department and continues to receive generous support from the Wilbur May Foundation.