The world’s largest Star Wars collection made by fans, for fans, is now on exhibition in New York City. “The Fans Strike Back” features more than 600 collectibles and figurines, life-sized Star Wars figures, costumes, more than 50 one-of-a-kind sculptures and more. Amazingly, these are all objects bought by super fans of the film series.
Fans will appreciate seeing armor, light sabers, blasters and masks as they take a journey to both sides of the Force. Highlights of the exhibit include a Samurai Stormtrooper, a full-sized Jabba the Hutt figure, a life-sized reconnaissance droid and the Emperor’s throne room. Visitors will get to check out the Starkiller Base command bridge, a full-sized 74-z speeder bike and a Podracer. There are also comics and vintage video games for aficionados.
“The Fans Strike Back” is located at 526 6th Avenue in New York City and is open weekdays 10 am – 6 pm and weekends 9 am – 8 pm. Plan to spend about 1 hour viewing all of the fun memorabilia and bring the whole family since it’s open to all ages. Tickets start at $29.50 for adults 13+ and $19.90 ages 4-12. There’s also a Family Pass, VIP experiences and other special rates available. You can book tickets here for dates from now through June 2022.
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