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Experience The Hunger Games, minus the killing

Discovery Times Square in New York City will soon open a Hunger Games exhibition for all to explore

By Andrea Tim | Published: 17 Jun 2015

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Photo: Lionsgate

Here's your chance to be in the Hunger Games without having to sacrifice yourself or anyone else as tribute. Before you experience what Motiongate Dubai theme park has in store for Katniss and her fans at the Hollywood-themed park in 2016, you should head to New York City to visit The Hunger Games exhibition at Discovery Times Square.

Starting 1 July, the museum will feature exhibition areas like District 12, Tribute Train, the Capitol, the interactive Gamemakers' table, District 13, Katniss's Journey and a gallery of real Hunger Games fan art.

Costumes will definitely be on display too; MTV News has already gotten a peek at the exhibition, with a few of the outfits that Katniss wears throughout the franchise. Her Mockingjay armour, Catching Fire wedding dress and hunting gear are among them.

(Photo: MTV News)

It would be amazing if the exhibition replicates the dress-on-fire stunt, but we doubt it's feasible at this time (not to mention how it would be a fire hazard). Although that's always an idea to pursue in the future, right? Thanks in advance, technology.

Tickets for The Hunger Games: The Exhibition are available now. The exhibition will run until 3 January 2016.

Related: The rebels rally in 'The Mockingjay – Part 2' teaser


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