PAST EXHIBITSREPRESENTING THE FINEST IN THEMED ENTERTAINMENT
The Art of Banksy
“The Art of Banksy”, shows more than 150 of the artist’s works such as his original works, prints on different kinds of materials, photos, sculptures, murals, installations, mapping show and many more. A video documentary gives insights into the life and work, all presented in a unique setting. The show promises a genuinely impressing experience and is a “must see” to celebrate Banksy’s art and carry it out into the wider world.
Disgusting Food Museum
The Disgusting Food Museum invites visitors to explore the world of food and challenge their notions of what is and what isn’t edible. Could changing our ideas of disgust help us embrace the environmentally sustainable foods of the future? The exhibit has 80 of the world’s most disgusting foods. Adventurous visitors will appreciate the opportunity to smell and taste some of these notorious foods. Do you dare smell the world’s most stinky cheese? Or taste sweets made with metal cleansing chemicals. The museum aims to change society’s view of what is disgusting or not. Hopefully this makes us more open to the environmentally sustainable foods of the future. The museum breaks down barriers between cultures by showing that we all eat food that might appear disgusting to people from other cultures. The exhibits in Los Angeles and Las Vegas gently nudged visitors into thinking about their diet and protein intake, by presenting facts rather than forcing a view upon them.
The “I Love Lucy” 50th Anniversary Tour
Cities all across America will play host to this captivating interactive 50,000 sq.ft. exhibit. Each day up to 6000 fans will immerse themselves in the world of “I Love Lucy”.
From shows to shopping, offereing history and hilarity, the Lucy tour offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for the whole family to experience “I Love Lucy” in an entirely new, interactive, 21st century way…
Tutankhamun His Tomb and His Treasures
A major exhibition of the international archaeological sensation, over 3 million people have already marveled at this spectacular reconstruction of the Pharaoh’s tomb and treasures.
Tutankhamun fascinates people. His gold mask is one of the best-known images on the planet, deeply embedded in the collective consciousness of billions of people. His mysterious death, his legendary treasures and the famous curse of the pharaohs fire our imagination. This is what makes Tutankhamun a superstar, a magnet that will always attract hundreds of thousands of people everywhere in the world.
The Tutankhamun exhibition breaks new ground in the presentation of cultural history in general and ancient Egypt in particular. On the one hand is the incomparable breadth of presentation. With more than 1,000 objects – perfect replicas produced under scientific supervision – TUTANKHAMUN is more complete than any previous exhibition of originals. And on the other hand, there is the sumptuous arrangement of the treasures. Enter the tomb chamber and feel like a discoverer, the unbelievable splendor right before your eyes, close enough to touch – it’s an adventure for all the senses that no visitor will forget.
The Complete Frida Kahlo Exhibit
This is the only exhibition worldwide where Frida Kahlo’s paintings can be seen in one place. Some paintings, especially from Kahlo’s early years, have never before been seen.
Presented by Global Entertainment Properties 2, LLC, (GEP2) the exhibition features 123 exact replicas of her known paintings in original size and original materials, and hand-painted in the same style in which Kahlo painted them. These replicas are painted by master artists and licensed by ©Banco de Mexico Diego Rivera & Frida Kahlo Museums Trust/VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2008.
Also on display are over 500 fascinating possessions— jewelry, dresses and adornments identical to those with which Kahlo surrounded herself. All are handmade using traditional methods, materials, and tools.
There is also a substantial collection of photos of Kahlo, her family, and friends in her work and life environments and a large collection of pre-Colombian through present-day Mexican folk art, which held a position of great importance in her and husband Diego Rivera’s lives. The exhibition was co-curated by passionate art lovers and collectors in Baden-Baden, Germany, the city where Kahlo’s father spent his youth before emigrating to Mexico. Their vision for this exhibition was to not only touch the eyes and minds of the visitors, but above all, their hearts.
Star Trek – The Tour
The Star Trek tours have given fans from around the world the extraordinary opportunity to step inside the world of Star Trek and become active participants in a franchise that has captured the imaginations of millions. Interactive exhibits included show-based simulators, multimedia attractions, and the world’s largest collection of Star Trek ships, sets, costumes and props from all five TV series and ten films over the last half century.
Throughout 1998 and 1999, Star Trek-The Tour brought the world of Star Trek to Düsseldorf, Germany and Vienna, Austria, as well as Singapore. Due to popular demand, the tour was revitalized and re-launched as Star Trek – The Adventure, touring through 2002–2003 from Singapore to London. In 2008, SEE™ brought Star Trek – World Tour to the United States, traveling to San Francisco, Long Beach, Minneapolis, Chicago and Detroit.
William Shatner, who portrayed Star Trek’s most iconic character, Captain James T. Kirk, was the official Celebrity Ambassador for the tour and made appearances at various times throughout the tour’s multi-city run. Before the run, Mr. Shatner said, “This will truly be an impressive experience for the whole family and I am happy to be associated with it.”
Titanic Official Movie Tour
The Titanic Official Movie Tour debuted in London in 1999 at the world-renowned Wembley Arena and traveled across the globe, enabling fans to immerse themselves in the story of Titanic like never before. The Titanic Official Movie Tour captured the spirit of director James Cameron’s Academy Award-winning film, and the 30,000+ square-foot tour exhibit managed to “create a totally immersive movie-going experience,” according to the film’s producer, Jon Landau.
In addition to costumes, set recreations, interactive displays and special effect demonstrations, the Titanic Official Movie Tour provided fans a unique opportunity to live iconic movie moments for themselves, such as standing on the bow of the ship with arms outstretched and wind in hair.
Martin Biallas, CEO of SEE™ and Executive Producer of the Titanic Official Movie Tour, won the THEA Award for Outstanding Achievement. This prestigious award is recognized internationally as the equivalent to the Academy Award for the themed experience industry.