Hold onto your shields, Avengers fans. Captain America is swinging into Disneyland Park in California to bring us a jam-packed exhibit on the first Avenger himself. Just like Iron Man 3‘s “Iron Man Tech Presented By Stark Industries” and Thor: The Dark World’s “Thor: Treasures of Asgard,” this new exhibit is out to promote the upcoming Marvel release Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
As of March 7th, all Disneyland visitors can head over to Tomorrowland to see “Captain America: The Living Legend and Symbol of Courage.” Attendees will find themselves marveling over artifacts of The Cap’s life, including all five of the Avenger’s shield and his WWII uniform. Want to know more about how his transformation from light-weight Steve Rogers to the post-serum Cap we know today? The exhibit’s got all the details for you there, right next to a full timeline of our hero’s journey so far.
All timelines and artifacts aside, the pinnacle of the exhibit comes when visitors are greeted by the Captain himself. Yes, that’s right: you can chat it up and get a photo opp with the star-spangled hero in real life.
Can’t make it to Anaheim’s Disneyland in time? You can check out Marvel’s photos of the exhibit on their official website.
And don’t forget to mark your calendars, because the movie is well on its way to theaters. You can see the hero in action with Black Widow and Nick Fury in Captain America: Winter Soldier on April 4th.
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