Sets mimicking those of the 1960s TV series “Star Trek” have become a tourist attraction in upstate New York. They were lovingly built by fans in recent years for an internet film series produced in the town of Ticonderoga. Now that the series called “Star Trek: New Voyages” has run its course after 11 full-length episodes, the sets including Capt. Kirk's bridge and engine room are open to paying customers who just can't get enough of the 50-year-old franchise. The attraction was licensed by CBS Consumer Products and opened this month. Adult admission is $22.50.
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