Step into the dystopian world of Panem and follow the journey of Katniss Everdene with more than a thousand costumes and props plus hands-on displays.
Immerse yourself into the world of The Hunger Games movies with a new exhibition at the International Convention Centre in Sydney’s Darling Harbour.
The Hunger Games: The Exhibition invites visitors to explore the dystopian world of the four movies with more than a thousand costumes and props, high-tech and hands-on interactive displays and recreated sets.
Based on the trio of bestselling novels by Suzanne Collins, the movies follow the journey of heroine Katniss Everdeen from humble beginnings in an impoverished district of the post-apocalyptic nation of Panem to finding fame competing in a reality TV fight to the death called the Hunger Games.
Highlights of the exhibition include key costumes and props including the Girl on Fire dress, the Mockingjay pin and Katniss’s bow, along with interactive experiences including a stunt choreography challenge and more.
It’s open every day until February 4. General admission tickets are $37, with family and concession prices and VIP packages available from ticketek.com.au.
AccorHotels is offering accommodation deals with discounted exhibition tickets at 12 hotels around Darling Harbour and the Sydney CBD. The packages include overnight accommodation, breakfast, priority access to the exhibition and discounted general admission tickets for $30.60. Prices start from $199 at ibis Darling Harbour and $209 at the Mercure Sydney.
Virgin Australia Holidays has packages including a ticket to the exhibition, return airfares from Perth and one night of accommodation from $732 per person twin share at ibis Sydney World Square and from $747 at the Novotel Sydney Rockford Darling Harbour or ibis Sydney King Street Wharf, with other hotels also available.
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