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Description: As part of the franchise’s 50th anniversary celebrations, Star Trek: Exploring New Worlds is a fully immersive exhibition that showcases Star Trek’s significant impact on culture, society, arts, sports, technology and fashion. Exhibit highlights: Set pieces from Star Trek: The Original Series, including Captain Kirk’s command chair and the navigation console.More than 100 props and artifacts from the five Star Trek television series and many of the films including original series tricorder, communicator, and phaser; a Borg cube, Klingon disruptor pistol, tribbles Rare costumes including Spock’s tunic worn by Leonard Nimoy, Lt. Uhura’s (Nichelle Nichols) dress, Khan garments past and present including the open-chest tunic worn by Ricardo Montalban and the costume worn by Benedict Cumberbatch in the 2013 re-boot, Captain Picard’s (Patrick Stewart) costume, a Borg costume, the alien Gorn Transporter simulator where visitors can create a film that shows them being beamed to another location and performing in a Star Trek inspired sceneKHAAAAN! video booth where visitors can recreate the memorable scene from Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan,Spaceship filming models of the Enterprise, USS Excelsior, Phoenix, and Deep Space Nine space station Showcase of Star Trek’s significant impact on culture, society, arts, sports, technology, and fashion that includes a prototype of a real medical tricorder, Star Trek-themed beer, Red Sox “Star Trek Night” foam finger in the shape of the Vulcan salute, a “Picardigan” sweater, a listening station with songs by Star Trek tribute bands, USPS stamps featuring the U.S.S. Enterprise, and much more.
Category: Science & Technology
Primarily Consists Of: Objects, 3-Dimensional (in cases/vitrines)
Cost: $250,000 plus shipping & installer's travel cost
Size: 5,000 to 7,500
Venue Length: 12-14 weeks
Availability: October 2019
Special Requirements: Minimum ceiling height of 14 feet, climate control, gallery supervision, standard electrical supply and Local staff for Install & De-install.
Previous Venues: Opened at Museum of POP Culture (formerly EMP Museum) on May 21, 2016.
Organization: Museum of POP Culture (MoPOP)
Contact: Mark Latz
Address: 120 6th Avenue North, Seattle, 98109 USA
Phone: 206-262-3270
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