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Explore NYC's skyline by boat and then walk on over to the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum to explore military and maritime history! Our Intrepid Museum and Circle Line Cruise Combo is available with all of our reserved ticket cruises and is paired with a General Admission ticket to the Intrepid Museum and the Intrepid's Space Shuttle Pavilion. Save up to 13% now when you buy your reserved cruise and combo tickets online.
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of Star Trek at the Intrepid Museum – the first venue in the United States to host this immersive “Trek Tech” experience, spanning 12,000 square feet. Become a cadet at the Starfleet Academy, and embark on an interactive journey with Leap Motion, projection mapping, holograms, and other Star Trek technologies. After student orientation, you’ll visit nine zones focusing on the Academy’s special training in language, medicine, engineering, navigation, command and science. Complete your training to learn your specialty. Die-hard Star Trek fans may recognize many of the props and costumes on display from the beloved science fiction franchise, featuring six television series and 13 feature films.
In partnership with Intrepid Museum, we're excited to offer up to 16% off packages combining STAR TREK: The Starfleet Academy Experience Exhibit tickets and Circle Line cruise tickets at one low price! Simply present your web cruise ticket confirmation at the Circle Line Sightseeing Box Office* to purchase discounted STAR TREK: The Starfleet Academy Experience General Admission for $21.00 (Adult), $20.00 (Senior), or $16.00 (Children 5-12).
The STAR TREK: The Starfleet Academy Experience Exhibit runs from July 9th to October 31, 2016 and will be open Sundays – Thursdays from 10:00am – 8:00pm and Friday – Saturday from 10:00am – 9:00pm. Last entry will be one hour prior to closing. All tickets will be timed entry. Admission into “Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum” not included. The exhibition is produced by EMS Entertainment, the leader in interactive immersive exhibitions, and is under license by CBS Consumer Products.