From DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Consumer Products in collaboration with Art Ludique-Le Musée, kids go free this April at the DC Exhibition: Dawn of Super Heroes, a unique exhibition at The O2, which celebrates DC’s rich history, unique mythology and iconic Super Heroes and Super Villains such as Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and The Joker. Perfect for a family day out with plenty to appeal to both children and adults, this spectacular exhibition features more than 200 original comic pages, 300 preparatory sketches and concept artworks for the cinema, together with 45 original costumes, models and props used in the iconic films.

From Easter Sunday, 1 April, through to 30 April, the DC Exhibition invites children to go free to the exhibition (T&Cs apply) and to have the chance to get up-close and personal with some of their favourite super characters. Tickets for this offer can be booked from 1 April.

The exhibition is presented by DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Consumer Products in collaboration with Art Ludique-Le Musée, and has been described by as “guaranteed to drop jaws” (SFX), “astonishing” and “visually arresting” (City AM) and was given “191 stars out of 5 stars” by Kidzcoolit.  The Londonist says “DC fans will love this excellent show” while Shortlist exclaims “your inner fanboy will squeal”.

Each room of the DC Exhibition: Dawn of Super Heroes offers guests a unique behind-the-scenes look at the creation of the mythical DC Universe. Walking through the exhibition, which runs in chronological order, fans have an unparalleled opportunity to gain greater insight into the development of some of the world’s most iconic characters.

Highlights include:

  • Exclusive artworks from the highly-acclaimed Wonder Woman film
  • Costumes and props from more recent films such as; 1989 to 1999’s Batman franchise directed by Tim Burton and Joel Schumacher, the acclaimed The Dark Knight trilogy directed by Christopher Nolan, as well as The Man of Steel, Batman V Superman and the recent Justice League by Zack Snyder. Costumes include Heath Ledger’s 2008 Joker costume and Henry Cavill’s 2013 Superman costume.
  • Original drawings of DC’s stable of famous Super Heroes and Super Villains 
  • Original costumes from blockbuster DC films including the famous cape worn by Christopher Reeve in the Superman movies and Lynda Carter’s iconic Wonder Woman costume from the 1970s.

The exhibition showcases almost a century of artistic creations that followed the introduction of an innovative new genre imagined by two teenagers from Cleveland, Joe Shuster and Jerry Siegel, the creators of Superman. First introduced in Action Comics #1 in 1938, Superman, the world’s first Super Hero, quickly revolutionised the era, influencing art, literature, fashion, TV and film.

The exhibition perfectly honours this essential and visionary artistic contribution, one that has influenced its era and is now an integral part of both modern-day culture and our image of contemporary mythology.

Tickets: Adult £22/Child £11/Concession £19.80/Family of 3 £39.60/Family of 4 £55/Family of 5 £60.50.

All tickets are subject to a booking fee. Closed Wednesdays, check website for exact opening times
To book, please visit



Terms and conditions

Tickets for this offer can be booked from 1 April 2018. 

From 1st April to 30 April: Purchase a full price adult ticket, and one child goes free.

The free ticket applies to the child ticket for those aged 5 – 16. Children under 5 are free.


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