Hunger Games Exhibit Coming to the Frazier Museum

The interactive Hunger Games exhibit will run April 1st through September 10th at the Frazier Museum. It features authentic costumes and props, high-tech and hands-on interactives and detailed set recreations.

The exhibit begins in District 12, Everdeen’s fictional hometown in the Hunger Games series, and follows her through her journey to The Capitol. Highlights include iconic costumes, including the “Girl on Fire” dress, the Mockingjay pin and an interactive game maker’s control table.

“The Hunger Games: The Exhibition” was created by Lionsgate, a California-based entertainment and media company, and Imagine Exhibitions, an Atlanta-based manufacturer of exhibitions and attractions. Louisville is the fourth stop for the exhibition. It previously visited New York City, San Francisco and Sydney, Australia.

Tickets are on sale, starting at $26. You can purchase tickets here. For more information about the exhibition, visit TheHungerGamesExhibition.com or FrazierMuseum.org.

Read more about this exciting exhibit coming to Louisville in the Courier-Journal, Insider Louisville and Louisville Business First.

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