People of all ages can experience what it would be like to visit the original set in the 1960s thanks to a super fan’s dedication. The quick trip down memory lane starts in Ticonderoga where many experience something they thought was gone forever.
“It takes me back to my youth,” James Cawley said.
Cawley’s day job is an Elvis impersonator, but he was a Trekkie from his youth.
“I don’t want to convince you that you are on a space ship, but that you’re on a sound stage in 1966,” he explained as he took NEWS10 ABC on a tour.
Tours are offered Tuesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tickets cost $24.30 for adults, and $11.88 for children.
You can visit http://startrektour.com/general-information/ for more information.
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