(written from a Production point of view)
- You may be looking for Star Trek The Exhibition, the American touring exhibit formerly known as Star Trek The Tour.
Star Trek: The Exhibition was a European touring exhibition in the mid-1990s, featuring accurate reconstructions of the USS Enterprise bridge, and the USS Enterprise-D transporter, as well as extensive prop and studio model displays.
The Edinburgh venue, the opening leg of the European tour, attracted 190,000 visitors. In Edinburgh, the studio models of the four-foot USS Enterprise-D and the Negh'Var-class were also included in the exhibit. However they were pulled from the exhibition as they were needed for the production of DS9: "The Way of the Warrior" and were from Edinburgh onward no longer included in the exhibition tour. (Sci-Fi & Fantasy Models, issue 6, pp. 24-26)
- In chronological order, dates provided where known.
|City Art Centre||Edinburgh, UK||4 February 1995||14 May 1995|
|Mosney Holiday Village||Dublin, Republic of Ireland||27 May 1995||10 September 1995|
|Science Museum||London, UK||11 October 1995||10 March 1996|
|Museum of Science and Industry||Manchester, UK||29 March 1996||14 July 1996|
|Bournemouth International Centre||Bournemouth, UK||July 1996||17 September 1996|
|Josef Haubrich-Kunsthalle||Cologne, Germany||September 1996||12 January 1997|
|Gas Hall Museum & Art Gallery||Birmingham, UK||14 February 1997||31 May 1997|
|Hancock Museum||Newcastle, UK||14 June 1997||14 September 1997|
|Kunsthalle Berlin||Berlin, Germany||September 1997||18 January 1998|
|Boathouse 6||Portsmouth, UK||9 May 1998||6 September 1998|