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Star Trek Exhibition Coming to Mall of America

Updated: 05/10/2014 8:37 AM
Created: 05/10/2014 8:36 AM WDIO.com

BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (AP) — Fans of "Star Trek" will be out of this world when "Star Trek: The Exhibition" opens at the Mall of America.

The exhibit opens a six-month run at the Bloomington megamall on Friday. Visitors can view one of the largest collections of "Star Trek" artifacts and information on public display.

Fans can connect with moments from all five "Star Trek" television series and 12 "Star Trek" films.

Visitors can sit in a reproduction of Captain Kirk's chair from the U.S.S. Enterprise and pose in front of a replica of the Enterprise.

"Star Trek" sets, props and costumes also will be on display.

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Online: http://www.mallofamerica.com/attractions

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