Batman Exhibition Brings Bathammer, Bat-Pod and Tumbler All in One

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Warner Bros. has recently announced that a Batman Exhibition will open in their VIP Studio, to celebrate the 75th anniversary of DC Comics’ iconic Super Hero. Fans get the rare occasion to see six iconic Batsuits, including the original version worn by Michael Keaton in "Batman" and the final Christian Bale costume from "The Dark Knight Rises." Among plenty other items, a selection of the Caped Crusader’s most iconic vehicles are also included.
Even though the character first appeared in “Detective Comics No. 27” in March 1939, DC Comics decided to celebrate his birthday on July 23. As to the exhibition, it will open its gates on the 26th of June, and will be a featured addition on the studio’s historic backlot for a limited time. The tour will feature one of the most iconic gadgetry and vehicles Batman characters ever used in the long and adventurous series.

For the fans who love superhero cars, you'll want to go streight to the studio lot, in the Picture Car Vault. Here is where you see the goodies, Dark Knight’s most iconic vehicles. The Bathammer, Bat-Pod and Tumbler take centre stage, while the Bat-Signal used to call Bruce Wayne’s alter ego at a time of need will also be on display.

According to the press release, visitors will be accompanied as they spot iconic locations from the movies and will be lead to the newly-transformed Studio Tour museum - with the entire ground floor now dedicated to the Caped Crusader. Six Batsuits will be on display, including the original version worn by Michael Keaton in Batman and the final Christian Bale costume form the Dark Knight Rises.

Visitors will also get the chance to check out a wide range of Batman’s great enemies’ costumes including those worn by Poison Ivy, The Riddler, Mr Freeze and Catwoman as well as some infamous pop weapons such as the Joker’s cards, Two-Face’s coin, Penguin’s umbrella and Bane’s bomb.

The duration of the guided tour is around 2 hours and 15 minutes and the entrance fees is $54 (EUR 40). However, you'll want to know that kids have to be at least 8 years old to get in.
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