The Frazier History Museum in Louisville, Kentucky, is encouraging visitors to enter the world of The Hunger Games with its newest interactive exhibit. Titled “The Hunger Games: The Exhibition”, the showcase features 1,000 costumes and props from the films, which have grossed over $2 billion globally. The films also helped launch the career of actress and Kentucky-native Jennifer Lawrence, who is reportedly excited to see the exhibit. Lawrence’s mother Karen said Tuesday that she “made an important phone call” to get the showcase to make a stop in Louisville.
The exhibition was created by Lionsgate and Atlanta-based Imagine Exhibitions, and The Frazier History Museum is the fourth stop on the exhibit’s tour. Visitors can check it out – tickets start out at $26 for individuals – any time between April 1 and September 10.
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