Discover a Trio of Fun Exhibitions at Discovery Times Square in NYC

Looking to add a dollop of unique discovery to your next visit to New York City? Discovery Times Square is just the ticket. And speaking of tickets… Let TicketsatWork.com accompany you on your journey through one of the Big Apple’s most thrilling, interactive museums with great savings.

Discovery Times Square is currently featuring an entertaining and educational trio of exhibitions, definitely an attraction for everyone while spending time in the city.

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The Hunger Games: The Exhibition

“The Hunger Games: The Exhibition” recently kicked-off a six-month run at Discovery Times Square. Visitors can explore the world of Panem, a place made famous by the popular Hunger Games films starring Jennifer Lawrence.

Immersive themed environments, hundreds of authentic costumes and props, and interactive digital kiosks await visitors as they follow Katniss Everdeen’s stirring expedition, as she travels from modest beginnings in District 12 to her emergence as the Mockingjay.

The exhibit features seven galleries, including District 12 & 13, Tribute Train, The Capitol, Making the Games, and Katniss’s Journey.

A cool, tour guide App called the Acoustiguide is available to let visitors find hidden content (like movie scenes) and photograph the experience to share with friends.

“The Hunger Games: The Exhibition” runs through Jan. 3 at Discovery Times Square. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 launches in theatres worldwide on November 20th.

Body Worlds: Pulse  

You’ll be looking at your body in a whole new light after a visit to the Body Worlds: Pulse exhibit, an inspiring multimedia experience that marries the science and fascination of the human body.

With a focus on the technique known as Plastination, a breakthrough in anatomical preservation invented by scientist Gunther von Hagens, the Body Worlds: Pulse exhibit presents a comprehensive exploration of the human body – touching on a variety of issues like health, wellness, nutrition, and exercise and how each effects the body’s form and function.

Highlights of the Body Worlds: Pulse exhibit, which features full-body human specimens and organs that have been dissected and preserved, include hearing interesting facts from the body donor guides, learning about the mysteries beneath your skin, and discovering how the human body will evolve in our rapidly-changing world.

Like a really cool science class, the Body Worlds: Pulse exhibition at Discovery Times Square will leave you with a newfound appreciation for the human body.

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Marvel’s AVENGERS S.T.A.T.I.O.N.

Bring a smile to your inner Super Hero and step into the exciting world of Marvel at the Marvel’s AVENGERS S.T.A.T.I.O.N. exhibit, a wonderfully interactive encounter that will delight super fans of all things Marvel, and anyone new to the popular entertainment company.

Marvel’s AVENGERS S.T.A.T.I.O.N. – short for Scientific Training and Tactical Intelligence Operative Network – presents guests with their very own S.H.I.E.L.D. access, and then it’s off to explore the official S.T.A.T.I.O.N. headquarters and dive deep into the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Have a blast sifting through detailed intelligence files, classified studies and experiments that opens up the history and scientific origins of Marvel’s The Avengers.

The exhibit features real costumes and props, artifacts, and interactive science displays that make the whole experience a treat.

Visitors will also be given unprecedented access to some of S.H.I.E.L.D.’s most highly guarded artifacts: Captain America’s Birth Pod, Loki’s Scepter, and relics recovered after the Battle of New York in Marvel’s The Avengers – among other highlights.

Designed in partnership with NASA, Discovery Times Square and Victory Hill Exhibitions, the interactive exhibit is a must-see for fans of the World of Marvel as it spotlights the truly amazing science and technology behind all the characters made popular in film, TV and comics.

by Jeff Hyatt

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