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Captain America Exhibit Comes to Disneyland

Folks heading to Disneyland will be able to check out the new exhibit "Captain America: The Living Legend and Symbol of Courage."

Marvel recently announced that there's a new exhibit at Disneyland, in Anaheim, California called "Captain America: The Living Legend and Symbol of Courage." Inside of Tomorrowland can get a cool, new look at the star of Captain America: The First Avenger and Captain America: Winter Soldier. The exhibit is located next to the Thor and Iron Man exhibits and gives fans an inside look into the life and times of Steve Rogers.

The new exhibit contains relics from Rogers past, like his uniform and his shield. Fans will also be able to check out the transformation Rogers went from 90 lbs. weakling to super-soldier. At the end of the exhibit, kids will get to meet Captain America and get their picture taken with him.

As of right now, this is only open to Disney annual passholders, but starting on March 7th, "Captain America: The Living Legend and Symbol of Courage" will be open to all visitors of Disneyland, but wait, there's more.

If you can't make it to Anaheim, however, you'll still have an opportunity to interact with Captain America as part of the brand-new Captain America Experience app for iOS!

When pointed at a poster for "Captain America: The Winter Soldier," the Captain America Experience app causes Cap himself to come leaping out in an amazing feat of 3D augmented reality.

The app even gives you the opportunity to snap a picture with Captain America and then share to your favorite social network.

Experience all the awesomeness at Disneyland, in Anaheim, on March 7th and make sure to see Captain America: Winter Soldier, in theaters on April 4th.

Check out a few more pictures of the exhibit below. See Marvel.com for a bit more on the story.

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Posted by Farkam

Coolll :o

Posted by reaverlation

Sweet ^_^

Posted by Omega Ray Jay

Nice

Posted by Chaos Burn

wow that's pretty cool actually, not too garish by the look of it either

Posted by Smart_Dork_Dude

See everyone? Disney buying Marvel WAS a good thing!! Now if only we could get an Iron Man exhibit. That'd be awesome!!!

Posted by lmothander

Does anyone know what happened to the Marvel rides at Universal Studios Islands of Adventures? Did they have to re-brand everything?

Posted by jstndmnd

I'm going next month. My wife didn't sound as excited however.

Posted by PowerHerc

So cool. :)

Posted by Jonny_Anonymous

Makes sense

Posted by Veshark

I saw this on IGN. Would love to go :(

Posted by JasonHawke

Murica!