Hold Onto Your Lightsabers: An Enormous ‘Star Wars’ Exhibition Has Landed In Australia

ATTN: Fantasy fans, get ready to nerd out in Sydney, because the world-class display, ‘Star Wars’ Identities: The Exhibition has come to town for the very first time.

Usually I would insert a Star Wars pun here, but I just don’t want to Force it, you know?

The exhibition is huge, with more than 200 original objects from the popular sci-fi franchise for you to check out, including costumes, props, models, artworks and so much more. You can even get up-close and personal with Yoda circa Empire Strikes Back.

It’s a totally immersive and interactive exhibition too. Guests are encourages to create their own unique character as part of the experience, so if you’ve ever felt more alien than human, or believe your real home planet is in a galaxy far, far away, don’t be scared to explore that!

Check out some of the items in the collection in this gallery:

Keen for some sci-fi shenanigans? ‘Star Wars’ Identities: The Exhibition officially opened its doors at Sydney’s Powerhouse Museum in November and runs until June this year.

For more information, or to get your hands on some tickets, visit the website.

How to get to ‘Star Wars’ Identities

  • Fly into Sydney Airport
  • Take T8 line to Central Station
  • Walk 1.2 km
  • Powerhouse Museum — 500 Harris St, Ultimo

(All images: Star Wars’ Identities: The Exhibition)