Steampunk style and content can be found everywhere in popular culture. This page highlights some of the creative ways steampunk has entered our modern era. From its own vocabulary to destination locales for steampunk gatherings, this once-niche interest has become a phenomenon. Explore more below!
Disclaimer: The Brick Store Museum does not guarantee the content of the following. Please review each title for appropriateness for all age groups.
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- The Invention of Hugo Cabret
- 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
- The Strangely Beautiful Series (hear the author speak today!)
- Frankenstein (considered by some as original steampunk)
- Mortal Engines
- The Steampunk User’s Manual
Movies & Television
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Further Reading (on steampunk)
Here are some articles the Museum staff has used in learning about steampunk:
From Steampunk festivals to restaurants and everything in between, here are some other places to find steampunk:
- Watch City Steampunk Festival (Waltham, MA)
- Railway to the Moon Steampunk Festival (Mount Washington Cog Railway)