Websites for art galleries, museums or science centers that have had Star Wars themed exhibits, displays or attractions.

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Rancho Obi-Wan, Inc. is a California Nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation whose specific purpose is to serve the public through the collection, conservation, exhibition and interpretation of Star Wars memorabilia and artifacts, using the collection to provide meaningful educational, aesthetic, intellectual and cultural experiences for a wide array of audiences and to carry out other charitable and educational activities associated with this goal.
http://www.ranchoobiwan.org
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Held between September 19, 2005 through December 10, 2005 at the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising (F.I.D.M.) in Los Angeles, California, this exhibit displayed many of the actual costumes used in the Star Wars films.
http://starwars.fidm.edu/
Google PageRank: 4/10
(Comments: 1; Listing added: Oct 7, 2007) Listing Details
The Science Fiction Museum and Hall of Fame (SFM) is the world's first museum devoted to the thought-provoking ideas and experiences of science fiction. SFM’s exhibitions promote awareness and appreciation of science fiction literature and media while encouraging visitors to envision new futures for humanity. In the Science Fiction Hall of Fame, the museum pays homage to the most respected of science fiction practitioners—writers, artists, publishers and filmmakers. George Lucas is a member of the Hall of Fame.
http://www.empsfm.org
Google PageRank: 7/10
(Comments: 0; Listing added: Jul 4, 2008) Listing Details
Founded by Steve Geppi, the owner of Diamond Comics, Geppi's Entertainment Museum in Baltimore, Maryland is dedicated to presenting the story of popular culture since the nation’s earliest days in an entertaining and educational fashion so that guests have the unique opportunity to walk through a timeline that parallels and is entwined with history as a whole. The museum does contain many Star Wars items in its exhibits and galleries.
http://www.geppismuseum.com/
Google PageRank: 6/10
(Comments: 0; Listing added: Feb 25, 2008) Listing Details
Held at the National Air & Space Museum in Washington, D.C., this exhibit of Star Wars props and costumes closed on January 31, 1999. A virtual online tour is still available.
http://www.nasm.si.edu/exhibitions/St...
Google PageRank: 5/10
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The National Science Foundation's coverage of the Star Wars traveling exhibit called "Where Science Meets Imagination".
http://www.nsf.gov/news/now_showing/m...
Google PageRank: 0/10
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The Vader Project , a reimagining of the iconic Darth Vader helmet by some of today's hottest pop and underground artists, will be on display July 19-21, 2008 at Star Wars Celebration Japan, a landmark event being held at Makuhari-Messe in Chiba just outside Tokyo to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Star Wars. The exhibit was seen at Star Wars Celebration IV, Star Wars Celebration Europe and San Diego Comic-Con.
http://www.thevaderproject.com
Google PageRank: 3/10
(Comments: 0; Listing added: Jul 6, 2008) Listing Details
Held at the Columbus Center of Science & Industry (C.O.S.I.) from June 3 through September 4, 2006, this was part of the traveling exhibit of Star Wars props and costumes called "Where Science Meets Imagination".
http://www.cosi.org/starwars/
Google PageRank: 5/10
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Held at the California Science Center (C.S.C) from February 11 through April 29, 2007, this was part of the traveling exhibit of Star Wars props and costumes called "Where Science Meets Imagination". (The Star Wars section on the site is now gone... the link is to the main page for the CSC).
http://www.californiasciencecenter.org
Google PageRank: 7/10
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Held in 2008 at the Franklin Institute of Philadelphia (F.I.), this is part of the traveling exhibit of Star Wars props and costumes called "Where Science Meets Imagination".
http://www2.fi.edu/
Google PageRank: 6/10
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