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Visit the Bat-Pod and Tumbler

posted by Nell Minow

Batman is known for some pretty spiffy modes of transportation and in honor of the upcoming release, “The Dark Knight Rises,” two of the movie’s coolest props, the bat-pod and tumbler, are getting their own tour.  For more information and to follow the tour on social media (#tumblertour, www.facebook.com/tumblertour), visit Tumblertour.com.

 

5/12 Bentonville, AR

5/15 Tulsa, OK

5/19 Overland Park, KS

5/21 Kansas City,  MO

5/25 Chicago, IL

5/27 Washington, DC

5/28 Baltimore, MD

5/30 Philadelphia, PA

6/1 Buffalo, NY

6/7 Toronto Canada

6/10 Montreal Canada

6/12 Purchase, NY

6/13 Columbus, OH

6/15 Lansing, MI

6/16 Detroit, MI

6/17 Brooklyn, MI

6/19 Indianapolis, IN

6/21 Nashville, TN

6/22 Knoxville, TN

6/23 Atlanta, GA

6/25 Dallas, TX

6/27 San Antonio, TX

6/29 El Paso, TX

7/1 Albuquerque, NM

7/2 Phoenix, AZ

7/7 Los Angeles, CA



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