Museum After-Hours: Sci-Fi Summer Night

Embark on an out-of-this-world evening at the first Museum After-Hours event of the year on Friday, June 14th, from 5:30 to 9:00 PM at Computer Museum of America (CMoA). Celebrate the fun and imagination of all things science fiction by dressing as your favorite Sci-Fi character and exploring artifacts that once seemed like fiction through a scavenger hunt.

Tickets include full museum access, light bites, and live music from The Human DJ. We are excited to share an exclusive peek at a life-size Borg drone mannequin prop used in Star Trek: First Contact (Paramount Pictures, 1996). Also on display for this event only a high-quality replica bridge communications console inspired by Star Trek: The Original Series, prominently signed on the console in gold ink by original series cast member Nichelle Nichols (“Blessings, Nichelle Nichols & Uhura”) plus three stars of The Next Generation: “Go Boldly! Jonathan Frakes,” “Death to all who touches this, Michael Dorn, ‘Worf,'” and “Marina Sirtis.”

👽 Costumes are encouraged! Embrace your inner space explorer or alien adventurer by donning your favorite sci-fi attire. Whether you’re a time-traveling hero, a steampunk scientist, or a cosmic villain, you’ll be welcomed at CMoA’s Sci-Fi Summer Night.

Museum After-Hours events are 21+ only. A credit card bar will be serving a selection of beer, wine, canned cocktails, and non-alcoholic options.

Thank you to our friends at LGE Community Credit Union for sponsoring this event, and to Home 2 Suites in Roswell for the special discounted rate of $95 for Museum After-Hours attendees.

This 21+ event features live music, a cash bar, lite ‘bytes’, and full access to CMoA’s exhibits including Chips: Powering the World.

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CMoA members may attend this event at no cost.
Individual members may reserve one ticket
Dual, Individual plus one, or
Family members may reserve two tickets
upporting members may reserve four tickets

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