Batman 75th Anniversary Exhibit Set to Open as Part of Warner Bros. Studio Tour

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By: Haylee Fisher (@haylee_fisher)

In celebration of Batman’s 75th anniversary, Warner Bros. has revealed “The Batman Exhibit” as part of their VIP Studio Tour on the Burbank backlot. All seven Batman films come together for the first time within the exhibit, which houses various costumes, vehicles, and props from throughout the Caped Crusader’s cinematic history.

Six Batsuits will be on display, including the original one worn by Michael Keaton in Batman and the last one worn by Christian Bale in The Dark Knight Rises. Additionally, costumes worn by other prominent villains and supporting actors will be featured, including Robin, The Joker, Batgirl, Two-Face, Catwoman, The Penguin, Mr. Freeze, and The Riddler. Props including Batarangs, Joker cards, Two-Face coins, one of The Penguin’s umbrellas, and Bane’s bomb will be shown as well.

In the Warner Bros. Pictures Car Vault, several of Batman’s most famous vehicles will be showcased, including the Batpod, Tumbler, Batmobile, Bathammer, and Batgirl’s motorcycle. Visitors will also have the opportunity to activate the Bat-Signal and pose at a Batman-themed interactive green screen photo opportunity.

A limited number of specially-themed Batman carts will be available to take fans around the lot.

The exhibit opens June 26 and is part of the larger Warner Bros. VIP Studio Tour that lasts two hours and 15 minutes. It will cost $54 with ages 8 and up welcome. No specified closing date has been announced so get tickets while the chance is still available.

Visit the official website to buy tickets and verify hours of operation and check out pictures of the exhibit below!

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