HELL’S KITCHEN — Set phasers to stun.
An exhibit landing at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum this summer will give Trekkies a chance to train at the fabled Starfleet Academy.
Cadets who complete a “student orientation” will be able to travel to nine training zones throughout the exhibit — honing specialties including language, engineering and navigation — before earning assignments “based on their individual training,” the release noted.
The exhibit — which commemorates the franchise’s 50th anniversary — will also offer interactive activities like “voice recognition to communicate with a Klingon,” “planet projection mapping" and a phaser-shooting game.
Along with training and other activities, the “Starfleet Experience” will also showcase "Star Trek" props and costumes, as well as teaching visitors about the science behind real inventions inspired by the show.
“We are thrilled to host The Starfleet Academy Experience and share the fun and educational side of Star Trek with visitors,” Intrepid Museum president Susan Marenoff-Zausner said in a statement.
“Star Trek is a beloved franchise whose fan base spans generations, and we are excited to be a part of the 50th anniversary celebration."
Museum members can purchase tickets for the exhibit, which will run from July 9 to Oct. 31, starting this Wednesday. Tickets will go on sale to the general public beginning May 11.
The museum on Pier 86 at West 46th Street and 12th Avenue will also be hosting movie nights, two "Star Trek"-themed summer camp weeks, “themed Astronomy nights” and other programs in connection with the exhibit.