Wonder Woman Takes Flight at The Children’s Museum

Wonder Woman — strong, ageless and stunningly beautiful — flies above children and families as they enter the Sunburst Atrium at The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis to celebrate her 80th anniversary as DC’s “Champion of Truth and Warrior for Peace.”

 The newly installed sculpture is one of three iconic pieces on loan to the museum from Warner Bros. and AT&T Innovations to help celebrate Wonder Woman’s 80 years of believing in wonder.

The one of a kind flying Wonder Woman in Golden Armor was designed as part of an AT&T Flagship Store takeover in San Francisco for Wonder Woman 1984. It is a fiberglass, life-size replica of Wonder Woman with fully extended golden armor wings. It is 6 feet 5 inches tall, 18 feet wide and weighs approximately 300 pounds.  A statue of Wonder Woman’s archenemy Cheetah is perched up high overlooking the flying Super Hero. The Cheetah fiberglass figure resembles the Cheetah character from the movie Wonder Woman 1984.

Coming Very Soon: Get your cameras ready! Experience the magnitude of Wonder Woman’s golden wings when you pose for photos in front of life-size wings with a span of 15 feet wide, 5 feet 5 inches tall and weight of 350 pounds.

Don’t forget to visit Wonder Woman and Cheetah, alongside several other DC Super Heroes in DC Super Heroes™: Discover Your SuperpowersThis popular exhibit created and debuted by The Children’s Museum in 2018, has been on tour throughout the country. It returned to The Children’s Museum in time to celebrate Wonder Woman’s 80th anniversary.

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