Boldly Go To The UK’s Coolest ‘Space’ This Year!


Star Trek: The Exhibition, located on Blackpool’s central promenade, is one cool space for adventures this year, with newly installed original Star Trek exhibits, iconic favourites and a true spirit of escapism!


On Star Trek Day – April 5 – or any other day. families, sci-fi fans, ardent Trekkers, and people like you, can all have galactic-sized fun getting behind the scenes of the cult TV and movie franchise, or reliving episodes or movie scenes ahead of the release of the first new Star Trek output for 11 years - TV series, ‘Star Trek: Discovery’.


After stepping in from the Golden Mile and entering Star Trek: The Exhibition, you can boldly go on a mission that sees you taking control of the ‘USS Enterprise’, not just from the original ‘Bridge’, but from the Captain’s Chair itself, as you explore new worlds and seek out new life and civilisations. 


In the ‘Transporter Room’, you can be magically ‘beamed up’ via the free augmented reality App, whilst touring the whole exhibition allows you to see and snap over 100 original props, costumes, photos and set pieces that bring sci-fi memories flooding back.


Thanks to the generosity of the world’s biggest Star Trek fan and private collector, Martin Netter from Germany, new exhibits will be on display in the UK for the very first time.  These will be accompanied by some exciting new augmented reality features, which will be revealed soon.


Tickets are heavily discounted before April 17 and when bought at  More great news is that under-10s enter for free, all year round.


From April 17, online tickets cost £12.50 for an adult, £9 for a child (11-15 years) and £38 for a family (2 adults + two children or 3 adults + 1 child). On-the-door tickets cost £14.50, £11 and £43 respectively.  Concessions are also available. 


Blast off for Star Trek: The Exhibition this year and make it your mission to set phasers to ‘fun’!




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