The exhibition is bilingual, to know what languages it is presented in, you must visit the host venue’s website.
Visitors should expect to spend roughly an hour and a half (90 minutes) in STAR WARS™ Identities.
Yes. Visitors are welcome to take pictures and videos for personal use during their time in the exhibition. Please note, however, that both flash photography and the use of a tripod are prohibited. Media photography (and any photography for professional use) is prohibited unless authorized and accompanied by museum staff.
Yes. The exhibition gift shop has a wide variety of Star Wars merchandise for sale, including exclusive STAR WARS™ Identities items. Bring the exhibition home with you! Returns and exchanges for product purchased at the exhibition’s venue boutique are to be done at point of purchase.
Yes, but please note: while visitors of all ages are welcome to wear Star Wars-themed costumes to the exhibition, helmets or masks covering part or all of the face cannot be worn into the exhibition space. Leave these elements at home, or consult the venue's website for information pertaining to lockers or coat-check facilities.
No it is not permitted. Out of consideration for other visitors, all replica weapons and other props are also forbidden inside the exhibition.
Please refer to the website of the host venue for information pertaining to on-site facilities and services.
This exhibition has something for everyone. From kids to grandparents, from superfans to newbies, all visitors can explore what makes them who they are at STAR WARS™ Identities.
No. STAR WARS™ Identities features clips from all the first six Star Wars films to offer plenty of context for newcomers to the saga.
Clips from the films—including some with lightsaber duels—are part of the exhibition. Concerned parents can refer to their regional film classification system, or to visitor services at the host museum, for more guidance, but the exhibition has been designed to be enjoyed by visitors of all ages.
STAR WARS™ Identities looks at the Star Wars films—and at what makes someone who they are—through the lens of the sciences of identity. This includes genetics, neuropsychology, health sciences, and psychology.
Yes. Visitors wishing to avoid disappointment at the door are advised to book tickets in advance. You will be allotted a specific time to start your visit. Tickets can be purchased at the venue or online, and even printed out at home!
There is a limit to the number of people who can visit the exhibition at once. By booking a start time for your visit, you guarantee yourself all the time and space you’ll need to enjoy STAR WARS™ Identities to its fullest.
Visitors are responsible for arriving on time for the visit time indicated on their ticket. Make sure to leave extra time to avoid disappointment, including time to pick up your tickets, if applicable.
No. There’s a lot to see … take your time!
On the day of your visit, from a few minutes to a few hours after you’ve entered your email address.
First, be sure to check the spam folder in your inbox. If it’s not there, it’s possible that the email address you entered at the exhibit was incorrect. Unfortunately, since we do not keep your data, it is impossible for us to retrieve it.