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Great place to visit when you are on The Ohio State University campus. We're both grads and remember the days when there were cartoon collections that weren't open to the public. Now this museum offers unsurpassed views of both the work of recent cartoonists and the history of the museum. Excellent and free!
The museum is in Sullivant Hall of The Ohio State University. I went on a Saturday during the Parents and Family weekend (my son attends OSU). I’ve been here a couple of times. It’s a real enjoyable way to spend a couple of hours. It’s a small place but they make the most of the room they have. The current... 更多
Two rooms and a hallway comprise this museum of mirth and politics. You know, cartoons are either political or funny. The museum has permanent exhibits and ones that change throughout the year. Depending on your level of interest, you can spend as much time as you want or spend about 20-30 minutes. Either way, you will be pleased that you... 更多
We stopped here while driving through Columbus. We expected to see a few things, but the collection was really impressive. They also have a couple of galleries that are changed out a few times a year. We will definitely be back.
We enjoyed reading the comics displayed, some were even back from 1906. Very easy access after parking the SOuth Union Garage, but only took us about 40 min, so make sure you have something else to do in the area.
I should say up front that I'm a comics reader and scholar, and I have visited comics museums in Europe and the US. The Billy Ireland is a great place to learn about comics and see great talks by comics creators. The staff are very knowledgeable and friendly.
My coworker and I took an uber from downtown where we are attending a conference to go to this museum after a friend mentioned that Bill Watterson had donated much of his original art for Calvin and Hobbes to the museum. What a delight! Watterson's originals alone would have made the short trip worthwhile, but this small museum is filled... 更多
I grew up in Columbus and now visit every few months but had never come across this little gem before last weekend. Small (3 rooms) but rich in cartoon history. This is a delight for the whole family.
We've been to Columbus many times but had never found this little gem of a museum before. The museum conveys the history and socio/political role of cartoons. The museum is free and great for teens and up. We took my 94 year old mother -in-law and she really enjoyed the "nostalgia trip". The exhibit is mostly cartoons with a few... 更多