Everyone knows Metropolis is the hometown of Superman. Some may think that Metropolis is a fictitious city, but I know it’s real. I’ve been there. And signs of Superman are everywhere. A 15-foot tall bronze statue of Superman stands in Superman Square.
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Nearby, the Super Museum is packed with tens of thousands of Superman memorabilia and collectible items.
Clark Kent’s office is in the museum, too
I wonder why his office is in the museum instead of in the newspaper, The Planet?
I saw Noel Neil, aka Lois Lane, too, in statue form.
Beware of the chunk of kryptonite that has fallen to Earth. So far, it hasn’t seemed to bother Superman. Hopefully, he won’t come in contact with it anytime soon.
Just try to tell me that Metropolis, Illinois, isn’t really Superman’s home.
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If you go to Metropolis
Metropolis is located at the Interstate 24 Exit 37 at the southern tip of Illinois along the Ohio River. Check the website to learn about events and other things to do in the area.
Disclosures: My visit to Metropolis was hosted by Enjoy Illinois. However, any opinions expressed in this article are my own.
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