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The Neutral Zone Studios in Kingsland, Georgia.: A Not for

Profit facility that houses a 9,600 square foot, full-scale suite of

Constitution class starship sets including the bridge, transporter room,

engineering, sickbay, and more; connected by a 100 foot-long corridor in the

same footprint as Paramount Studios in 1966!   Previously the home of the web series

STAR TREK CONTINUES, these sets have been meticulously constructed under the guidance

of Executive Producer Vic Mignogna, and are now open to the public for fan film productions

and fan appreciation events!  The sets can be configured and redressed to make any film.

And the coastal Georgia area where the studio sits is perfect for almost year-round exterior

filming.    LINK TO WEBSITE     NOTE: This Is Our Favorite Place To Visit, Few Rules and Lots of Access! 

 

Star Trek: Original Series Set Tour - Ticonderoga, N.Y.:  Where Fantasy Meets Reality Transport yourself back to the golden age of television with a visit to Ticonderoga, New York, home to the meticulously recreated sets of the original 1966 Star Trek series. Thanks to the dedication of Trekkie extraordinaire James Cawley, fans can roam the corridors of the USS Enterprise, marveling at the attention to detail that brings this iconic vessel to life.

Titan Missile Museum - Tucson:  Where History and Sci-Fi Collide Journey deep into the heart of Cold War history at the Titan Missile Museum in Tucson, Arizona. This National Historic Landmark preserves an actual nuclear missile silo, offering visitors a glimpse into a pivotal era in human history. And for Star Trek enthusiasts, this site holds an extra allure as it appeared in scenes from the 1996 film Star Trek: First Contact, adding a sci-fi twist to its historical significance.

Vasquez Rocks Natural Area Park - Agua Dulce, Calif.: A Hollywood Icon Embark on an otherworldly adventure at Vasquez Rocks Natural Area Park in California's Los Angeles County. This surreal landscape has served as the backdrop for numerous Star Trek episodes, including the iconic battle between Capt. Kirk and the formidable Gorn. Immerse yourself in the stunning beauty of these unique rock formations, where the line between reality and fiction blurs in the most spectacular fashion.

Vulcan, Canada: A Trekker's Paradise Discover the charming town of Vulcan in Alberta, Canada, where the spirit of Star Trek thrives year-round. While the town's name predates its sci-fi connection, it has fully embraced its association with the iconic franchise, boasting an Enterprise monument and hosting the annual Vulcon Trek festival. Join fellow fans in celebrating all things Star Trek amidst the picturesque Canadian prairie landscape.

Valley of Fire State Park - Nevada: Where Sci-Fi Meets Spectacle Venture into the rugged beauty of Nevada's Valley of Fire State Park, where ancient sandstone formations provide a stunning backdrop for outdoor adventure. Trek through landscapes reminiscent of alien worlds featured in Star Trek films, including the unforgettable setting of Veridian III from Star Trek: Generations. Whether you're a nature enthusiast or a sci-fi aficionado, this park promises an unforgettable experience.

Broken Bow, Okla.: A Glimpse into Starfleet's Past Explore the scenic beauty of Broken Bow, Oklahoma, and immerse yourself in the history of Star Trek: Enterprise. As the namesake of the pilot episode, this charming town holds a special place in Trekkie lore, serving as the site where humanity's destiny intersects with the enigmatic Klingon empire. Experience the allure of small-town America while tracing the footsteps of future history.

Roswell, N.M.: Where Fact Meets Fiction Delve into the mysteries of the universe in Roswell, New Mexico, where reality and imagination collide in spectacular fashion. While the city gained global fame for the infamous "Roswell Incident" of 1947, it also holds a place in Star Trek lore, thanks to references in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Explore UFO festivals, museums, and research centers as you unravel the secrets of this iconic destination.

Naval Air Station Alameda, Calif.: A Cinematic Journey Embark on a cinematic journey at the Naval Air Station Alameda in California's Bay Area, where history and Hollywood intersect. Explore the site of iconic scenes from Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home, as characters Uhura and Chekov embark on a daring mission to save the future. Dive into the rich military history of this decommissioned base, now undergoing redevelopment, and discover its lasting legacy.

Bozeman, Mont.: A Vision of the Future Mark your calendars for a rendezvous with destiny in Bozeman, Montana, where the future of humanity will be forever changed. As depicted in Star Trek: First Contact, this scenic town will play a pivotal role in the first contact between humans and Vulcans in 2063. Join fellow fans in speculating on the possibilities of the future while soaking in the natural beauty of this charming college town.

Embark on the ultimate Trekkie adventure and explore these real-world destinations that capture the imagination and spirit of Star Trek. Whether you're a lifelong fan or a curious traveler, these unique locations offer a glimpse into the boundless possibilities of the final frontier. Boldly go where no one has gone before and make your next vacation an unforgettable "Trekcation"!

Places to Visit 

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