Marvel Studios: Ten Years of Heroes Exhibition

Marvel Studios: Ten Years of Heroes Exhibition


Posted 2019-07-29 by Leong Qi Tyngfollow

Fri 28 Jun 2019 - Sun 27 Oct 2019

Marvel Studios Ten Years of Heroes Exhibition was a sight to see! I was totally excited because the exhibit made me think of the scene where Steve Rogers visited The Smithsonian in Captain America: The Winter Soldier.

After a quick registration in the first room, visitors will walk through a room showcasing all of the Marvel movie posters from the first Iron Man film to Avengers: Endgame.

We were given a few minutes to marvel the posters before being guided to Tony Stark's laboratory where we see some of his suits. Here, the actual Arc Reactor used in Avengers: Endgame was displayed too.

The room that got everyone excited was the room showing Captain America's shields. We got to see the original shield from the first Captain America film and the Stealth Shield seen in Captain America: The Winter Soldier.

Unfortunately, we were told by our guide that the original shield is in the Singapore exhibit instead. Kids loved posing with a replica of the famous red and blue shield and Wakandan shield Captain America wielded in Black Panther.

Personally, I liked the model of the Helicarrier that's in the same room. Those who have watched Agents of Shield will know that the project to build the Helicarrier was kept under wraps by Coulson.

Right after that, visitors are transported to Asgard via the Bifrost. Once in Asgard, visitors get to marvel at the props used by Loki such as his sceptre. Fans will also recognize Thor's weapons, the Mjolnir and Stormbreaker.

The other props that drew a crowd was the robe and clothes worn by Doctor Strange aka Benedict Cumberbatch. Of course, we get to see the Eye of Agamotto up close.

In a tribute to one of the fiercest fighters in the galaxy, Gamora's sword was on display too! It was also interesting to see Peter Quill's Quad Blasters up close because they are not designed like the guns we know.

I skipped the opportunity to have a picture with Thor but his statue certainly drew a lot of women. Kids liked going near Thor's statue because it was interactive. When they go near, the motion sensors trigger a flash of lightning and thunder.

While the kids took turns to pose with Black Panther, I was more interested with the giant panther head at the entrance.

I enjoyed seeing the movie props such as the clothes worn by Captain Marvel, the Mobile Laboratory seen in Ant-Man and the Wasp, and the Iron Gauntlet. The way the Iron Gauntlet was displayed looked like it was a luxury item sold in luxurious jewellery stores.

Visitors also get to experience what it feels like to be stuck behind a glass prison in The Collector's museum. Strangely, pretending to be stuck in the imaginary glass prison makes for a very Instagrammable picture.

At the end of the journey, visitors could buy Marvel merchandise at the gift shop. Those who registered their name earlier get to collect their Marvel Avengers Priority Identification card as memorabilia.

!date 28/06/2019 -- 27/10/2019
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