Americana Hollywood Museum & Gift Store

Ferry St, next to Harrah’s Casino

An amazing tribute to America’s most famous Hollywood icons, features life-size figure, wardrobes, costumes, movie props, posters, dolls, statues and rare celebrity collectibles. Open 7 days a week 9am to 6pm. Admission charged for museum, gift shop admission is free.



Third and Ferry St.

What’s green, comes from outer space and is dangerous to Superman? No, not a mutant space toad, but the element Kryptonite. A large Krytonite meteorite is located on the southwest corner of Third and Ferry Streets.


Metropolis Chamber of Commerce

607 Market St.

Visitors to the Metropolis Chamber of Commerce will see Superman memorabilia and photos of the days when Metropolis, Illinois first became the “Official Home of Superman.”

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Metropolis Planet

111 E. Fifth St.

It’s not the Daily Planet, but its the real-life weekly newspaper for Metropolis. See the Planet globe outside and collect a Clark Kent or Lois Lane business card from a real-life reporter.
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Noel Neill “Lois Lane” Statue

8th and Market Streets

A near life-size statue of Ms. Neill, who portrayed Lois Lane in the television’s Adventures of Superman, is located just two blocks north of her guardian super hero at 8th and Market.


Superman Cut-outs

Hardly a day goes by in Metropolis when someone doesn’t have their picture made behind a cut-out of Superman or Lois Lane. They can be found at several stores and businesses around town. Strike a pose and say cheese.


Super Museum

Superman Square; 517 Market St

The Super Museum houses thousands of items related to the Mythical Caped Hero from the Big Green Planet. The museum is filled with a $2.5 million collection spanning 60 years. Admission charged for museum, gift shop admission is free.

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Superman Statue

Superman Sq./Market St. & 5th St

This famous 15-foot bronze figure overlooks the uptown area of the city and replaced the original statue in 1993, Visitors enjoy having photos made with this famed “Man of Steel.” Free admission.