Star Trek: Exploring New Worlds at the EMP Museum in Seattle @StarTrek #StarTrek
If you’re in the Seattle area, don’t forget to check out this cool looking exhibit at the EMP Museum.
The special exhibit will run from 5/21/16-1/31/2017.
Fifty years after a show with modest ratings called Star Trek first aired, its stories continue to echo worldwide. Its famous opening line, “To boldly go where no one has gone before…” encapsulates the heart of this iconic series: the dare to hope for a better world.
As part of the franchise’s 50th anniversary celebrations, Star Trek: Exploring New Worlds presents the phenomenon, its enduring impact on our culture, and how Star Trek has inspired people to imagine, explore, and create
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