As a huge Marvel fan, I was absolutely thrilled to get the chance to check out the Marvel: Universe of Super Heroes exhibition at the Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation in Dearborn.

When they say that this is the biggest Marvel exhibition ever, they're not exaggerating! It features more than 300 artifacts, including some of the most iconic costumes, props, and pages in Marvel history.

The 5-minute movie you watch before entering the exhibit was really interesting and tells you the history of Marvel Comics and how it came to be. I learned that if it weren't for Stan Lee's wife convincing him to try one more comic book (when he was considering giving up) we wouldn't have the Marvel we know and love today.

Doctor Strange had to be my favorite part of the exhibit. It was so trippy and actually made you feel like you're in the different dimensions like the movie. They even had a costume worn by actor Benedict Cumberbatch himself!

I also really liked seeing the fourth Ms. Marvel, who is the first Muslim-American in the Marvel Universe. A proud moment for me as a fellow Middle Eastern woman! If only I had the superpowers to go along with it...

And last but not least, in my top 3 favorite Marvel movies, Black Panther. These are the original costumes worn by the actors in the film, including the late great Chadwick Boseman, who I had to show some love to. #WakandaForever

 If you're a die-hard Marvel fan like me, there's no doubt that you have to check out the Marvel: Universe of Super Heroes exhibition at the Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation, which runs through January 31.

Tickets for the exhibit are selling pretty fast, however, so if you plan on going, definitely buy yours online now to reserve your spot. You can buy them at thehenryford.org or by simply clicking the button below.