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July 9, 2007
From journal Headin' to Sin City
July 8, 2007
From journal Out on the Razzle in Las Vegas
February 21, 2007
From journal Only in Vegas... Baby...
Las Vegas , Nevada
August 10, 2006
However money wise the tickets are a bit pricey. $39.99 for non locals but if you hit one of the vendors up on the strip that are called the "half price tickets" we got a nice package deal.$44.00 for the two rides and the backstage tour which would have normally been over $68 a person
With friends who were in town from Austin who wanted to go see this we all went on the backstage tour as well. Now that was the best part of it all.
All In all I can say that it was very interesting, I lost my fear of incredible trekkie dorkness upon entering the doors. For those of you who love the whole Star Trek Phenom you must must must go there when visiting Vegas
From journal Star Trek Experience Las Vegas
June 6, 2006
The Star Trek Experience is located at The Las Vegas Hilton. It costs about $30 with a AAA discount and involves 2 rides/simulations. One of the simulations involves the Klingons and the other involves the Borg. Both of the rides had merrit and were a fun distraction. It was also a great way to cool off after touring the Strip.
My favorite part of this activity was the collection of costumes and models on display. There was a gigantic Enterprise, and memorabilia from every Star Trek series. There was even a time line for the non-Star Trek fan to see where in time each of the series was suppose to have taken place.
My friend absolutely was in heaven with this destination. She was thrilled to view each entry on the logs and each notation on the time line. I'm sure she would say this is an absolute most for Star Trek fans.
After experiencing this activity, we went into Qwark's lounge. It is a themed restaurant that is designed to look like the lounge on the TV show. The food was decent and had huge portions, again I would recommend splitting.
All in all, my experience wasn't as dreadful as I thought it would be. It is definitely something that you would probably only find in Vegas, so if you are looking for an other worldly experience check it out.
From journal Viva Las Vegas
Vancouver, British Columbia
February 16, 2006
From journal First Timer to Sin City
February 16, 2005
I tell you, it was the most fun I had the entire weekend I was there that didn't involve alcohol. (I was in town for a Buffett concert, so ...)
First, there is a "museum" with several props, etc. from the show. It looks and feels just like any number of REAL museums that I've been in. It sets the mood very well.
There are two "rides" available. Your entry will buy you as many rides on both/either one as you’d like. To tell you much would spoil it, but my advice is to do the Borg Encounter first and then the Klingon one. Both are good and have "wow, that was cool" moments that you will be talking about after it's over.
If you are even a casual fan of Star Trek, I can not recommend this attraction highly enough. You WILL enjoy it.
From journal There is no weird in Las Vegas
January 14, 2004
Once the adventure begins, it is absolutely enthralling. A malfunction occurs and we are sent to the 24th century, where we end up on the bridge. I won't give away the rest, but we go on a wild ride and eventually (phew!) make it back to Earth.
From journal Las Vegas--Not just Casinos
Brooklyn, New York
January 11, 2004