Scotty, beam me up to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Star Trek at the Intrepid Museum, with a full evening of Trekkie events, including a FREE screening of the 2009 Star Trek movie. The “Trek Tech” experience is the first of its kind, almost as huge as space itself, an immersive wonderland spanning 12,000 square feet at the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum on Pier 86.
Become a cadet at the Starfleet Academy, and embark on an interactive journey with Leap Motion, projection mapping, holograms and other Star Trek technologies.
After student orientation, you’ll visit nine zones focusing on the Academy’s special training in language, medicine, engineering, navigation, command and science, and complete your training to learn your specialty.
Then, cap off the evening with the 2009 Star Trek screening on the Intrepid’s top deck. It’s the last of the 2016 free summer film screenings, all related to one of the military services or to space exploration. The 2009 film stars Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto, not the original cast, including the late, great Leonard Nimoy as Dr. Spock, shown here.
An Evening of Star Trek is tomorrow, Thursday, August 11. This is a ticketed event, with tickets starting at $18. But if you just want to see the Star Trek movie, that’s free.
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The Star Trek: The Starfleet Academy Experience is produced by EMS Entertainment in collaboration with the Canada Aviation and Space Museum under license from CBS Consumer Products.
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