Over 60 Pictures of Marvel’s AVENGERS S.T.A.T.I.O.N. Exhibition at Discovery Times Square with Case Files, Experiments, S.H.I.E.L.D. Artifacts, and More

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Ever dreamed of being recruited by S.H.I.E.L.D.?  The new Avengers exhibition at Discovery Times Square is probably the closest you’ll get.  Marvel Entertainment teamed up with Victory Hill Exhibitions to create Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N. (Scientific Training and Tactical Intelligence Operative Network), an immersive and interactive experience that explores the science behind the Avengers and tests whether or not you yourself have what it takes to be an agent of S.H.I.E.L.D..

The computer systems weren’t fully functional during our visit, but we did get the opportunity to check out the slew of case files, weapons and suits on display, and test out select operational stations including the Captain America grip strength test, Hulk DNA gamma radiation reader and more.  When the exhibit is completely up and running, guests will receive cards with scan codes, which will keep track of their results as they move from station to station.  Upon completing your S.H.I.E.L.D. training, you’ll get a personalized certificate to take home.  Check out our pictures from the exhibit below (including loads of reflections of yours truly) and experience Marvel’s Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N. for yourself when it officially opens on Friday, May 30th.


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  • Alex

    Take all of my money NOW

  • Oliver Queen

    I really wish there is a level of Avengers Tower in Age of Ultron where Stark has placed all of the Avengers costumes from the first film behind glass displays like these and i hope there is a hall of relics like Hydra and Chitauri weapons, and Loki’s helmet. Would be some awesome if all this was in the movie as the Avengers base of op. :D Also hoping to see those compartments that Stark was designing for each Avenger at the end of the last film.

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  • Philip

    Just have one question. How long is the tour?

    • les342

      I saw elsewhere on the internet that it going to be there until next year, until January or February. Sorry I don’t remember more specifically than that. It’s on the Discovery Times Square website, if you look it up there.

    • Nick

      Each room has about 5 minutes of interactions, however long lines due to broken machines and skipping areas due to complete computer malfunctions caused my trip to take about 2 hours, only 10 minutes of which was I actually using the interaction software.

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  • Spiderfan

    We just got back from our NY vacation…Save your money. Not worth it. Long lines, half the machines were broken, and very poorly laid out. Employees didn’t care about your experience. We were very bummed about this. The pictures above are the entire attraction. Stan Lee, step in and close this down! This is the stuff that gives Marvel a bad name. Would have been worth maybe ten bucks a person, not thirty.

  • Nick

    Just a warning, I went to this, it is a really cool concept and the exhibits with the “artifacts” are quite nifty, however the games / simulators / and other computer based interactions are constantly broken or badly-constructed.

    There was a line of guests to the door that barely moved since only 1/3 or if I was lucky 50% of the machines were working. This, paired with some of the simulators not working properly thus causing people to use them multiple times only to give up, created a 2 hour trip filled with disappointment.

    I spoke to an employee asking if this was a one-time thing, and was told that this happens each day, and if I were to return in an hour the machines I saw that were currently working would be broken and the ones that were broken would be just barely functioning.

    I love the avengers, and this is a cool concept and somewhat worth the trip, but I wouldn’t recommend it for the price.

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