Red Skelton Museum of American Comedy

Summertime is Fun Time at the Red Skelton Museum of American Comedy!  With over 3500 sq. ft. of fun and laughter, this interactive museum is great for kids of all ALL ages!  Experience Red’s legacy of laughter as you trace his life and career from his humble beginnings in Vincennes, Indiana to his rise to super stardom as a comedian and star of radio, TV and film.  Visitors will pantomime with Red on a green screen, create a virtual clown face, and enter sound effects into some of his radio shows.  Pictures and letters from Red’s personal collection abound in this comprehensive museum. TV’s throughout the museum play clips from Red’s TV shows and movies.  The museum showcases the original costumes Red wore during the 20 year span of “The Red Skelton Show” along with a special exhibit dedicated to his iconic Pledge of Allegiance.  Red was a creative genius and the Red Skelton Museum has a gallery of some of his original paintings, musical compositions, and original stories.  There is truly something for everyone at the Red Skelton Museum of American Comedy.  Whether you are a longtime fan or just learning about Red Skelton for the first time, take some time to visit and spend the day laughing with Red and some of his characters including, Freddie the Freeloader, Clem Kadiddlehopper and Sheriff Deadeye.  Don’t miss the Red Skelton Festival on Saturday, July 15, 2017!

Submitted by Red Skelton President, Anne Pratt

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