Back in 2003, Star Trek: The Adventure landed, in Hyde Park, and I was lucky enough to get a ticket. The exhibition was due to end on January 31st, but was extended due to its popularity.
It consisted of a massive climate-controlled exhibit, which covered over 7,000 square feet, making it the largest exhibition in Hyde Park, since the Great Exhibition of 1851. The exhibit consisted of props and memorabilia, worth over £20 million, covering the five Star Trek series and ten movies and was also the venue for the aftershow party, following the première of Star Trek Nemesis.
As you passed along the covered walkway, on your way in to the massive, hangar-like, building, banners hung from the roof, with a different Star Trek character on each of them. Then, as you entered the hall proper, you were greeted by an enormous model of the USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-A)…
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