Philadelphia’s “Star Trek” and “Jurisdiction: The Last Ark” tour is offering a unique take on the movie franchise.
Tour guides are handing out the films and their special effects to help visitors to appreciate the special effects and special effects-filled universe that the films created.
“It’s very rare for us to have a Star Trek movie here in the United States,” said tour guide Laura Dern, who added that the special effect installations have become so popular they’re not allowed in other cities.
“It’s really exciting to see that this is a place where people want to experience it.
I think it’s going to be a really special event for a lot of people.”
The tours are being offered for the first time in Philadelphia and New York City.
Tour guide Laura “Lolly” Dern says the special events are great for people to experience the special movie effects.
The tour also offers a different perspective on the special universe created by the films.
Dern said the films have a very unique way of introducing the audience to the movie and to the world around them.
She said audiences will find out what the movie is about as the tour guides explain what makes the universe special and why it’s important.
The first of two tours will be held Saturday and Sunday at the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington.
The other tour will be at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
“Juridictions: The last Ark” is an homage to the popular sci-fi franchise, and will be a fun way to explore the universe in general, Dern said.
Tickets to both tours are $30 for adults and $15 for children.
The Star Trek and Jurisdiction tours are expected to last two hours and are expected be fully booked by Sunday.