From Captain Kirk’s future tombstone (dated March 22, 2228) to the ‘original’ vintage-style theatre from "The Blob" movie, this collection of sci-fi sights is a true geek’s delight.
SciFi-Wire put together a PDF (obviously) map of geek-worthy places to visit they titled 68 must-see sci-fi sights around the U.S. Check out our top 10 picks in the gallery above for some of what we consider the most crucial sci-fi sights for true devotees of all things nerdy.
Featured here is the Mothman Museum in Point Pleasant, W.Va., the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, the Movie Theater From "The Blob" in Phoenixville, Pa, the headquarters of the Ghostbusters in Manhattan, the MiB Headquarters in Manhattan, the Rose Center for Earth and Space at the American Museum of Natural History in NYC, the birthplace of Captain James T. Kirk in Riverside, Iowa, the Science Fiction and Fantasy Hall of Fame in Seattle, The View Point Inn (featured in Twilight) in Corbett, Wash., Doc Brown’s 1955 House (Back to the Future) in Pasadena, Calif., Donnie Darko’s House in Long Beach, Calif., the Extraterrestrial Highway in Rachel, Nev. and the Dinosaur Monument in Dinosaur, Colo.
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