Pay Homage to Slapstick Pioneers at Stoogeum

June 21, 2016 | klein

The Three Stooges defined an era in film. It ushered in a genre of slapstick and physical comedy that hadn't really been seen before this dynamic duo began gracing movie screens across the country. At Stoogeum in Lower Gwynedd, the legacy of The Three Stooges lives on in a collection of Stooge-centric exhibits.

Playfully referred to as "Stoogeabilia," the artifacts on display number close to 100,000. They're spread throughout a 10,000-square foot space with three floors, and they date as far back as 1918. One exhibit is dedicated entirely to original movie posters from the Stooges' early shorts, whereas another showcases props and costumes actually used in the films and live shows. You'll also find Stooge-inspired artwork and rare photos at Stoogeum, making it the ultimate spot to stop for a Stooge fanatic.

904 Sheble Lane
Lower Gwynedd, PA 19002
(267) 468-0810

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