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For the touring exhibit formerly known as Star Trek The Tour, please see Star Trek The Exhibition.

The Star Trek World Tour was a traveling museum exhibit created by Special Entertainment Events that toured Europe and Asia in 1998 and 1999. The exhibition was located in Düsseldorf, Germany from 5 December 1998 until 2 January 1999, moved to Vienna, Austria in the summer of 1999, and finally to Singapore on 6 December 1999.

Several sets from Star Trek: The Next Generation were reconstructed for the exhibit, including main engineering and the bridge. The exhibit also included a museum with props, a gift shop, theater and holodeck.

One of the set designers on Star Trek World Tour was Dawn Brown, who worked on J.J. Abrams' Star Trek. Another one was Ahna Packard, who also worked on Star Trek Nemesis and Star Trek: Enterprise.

A short film, which introduced the scenario to the audience was filmed, directed by Winrich Kolbe. John de Lancie played his well known part as Q in this movie and along him his real life son Owen de Lancie as Q's son.

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