‘Star Trek: Exploring New Worlds’ exhibition is a must for every fan


LOS ANGELES — If you plan to be anywhere near Los Angeles between now and February next year, a trip to the “Star Trek: Exploring New Worlds” exhibition should absolutely, positively feature in your plans. 

Opening this week at the Skirball Cultural Center — located just north of the Getty Museum, in-between Bel Air and Sherman Oaks — the exhibition features a rare gathering in one place of equally rarely seen items from throughout the 55 years of “Star Trek” history. It includes the rescued and tastefully restored captain’s chair and helm control console from “The Original Series,” Khan’s (Ricardo Montalbán) actual, screen-used costume from “Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan,” screen-used costumes from “Discovery” and even Data’s (Brent Spiner) screen-used head from “The Next Generation” two-part season cliffhanger “Time’s Arrow” (Season 5, Episode 26 and Season 6, Episode 1). 





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