It’s been over 30 years since the Back to the Future trilogy ended, but fans can’t get enough of Doc Brown and Marty McFly after all these years. As well as London being the home of the official musical version of the original film, the UK capital is now also home to a special exhibit featuring over 70 items used in classic time travel movies.
Back In Time Exhibition: A Tribute to Back to the Future is the largest collection of pieces and memorabilia from the film trilogy in Europe. On loan from the Back to the Future Museum in Italy are original hoverboards from 2015, Marty McFly’s red dry jacket, and one of Nike’s self-lacing sneakers.
There are plenty of exhibits with behind-the-scenes information and making secrets for fans to enjoy, including the Back in Time documentary on the trilogy playing on a big screen in one of the rooms. Includes interviews with the likes of Michael J Fox, Christopher Lloyd, producer Steven Spielberg, and director Robert Zemeckis. And at the end, there’s a photo opportunity inside a replica DeLorean time machine, which fans can even sit in.
From our visit, Express.co.uk can safely say that it’s a real treat for mega and even casual fans to see some amazing props, costumes and more. The showroom itself might have looked a little less cheap, but to be honest, it was the items we were really there to see. And ending with being able to get inside a version of the car for a photo (for an additional price to the ticket) was truly magical.
Items displayed from Back to the Future include: the DeLorean’s plutonium battery, original production documents, Doc Brown’s dog food vendor Einstein, two outfits worn by Christopher Lloyd, the anti-radiation suit, McFly’s walkman, authentic copies of the Hill Valley Telegraph, as well as the complete and exclusive storyboard of the first film’s alternate ending.
Items displayed from Back to the Future II include: various items from the world of Biff Tannen, played by actor Tom Wilson, such as the entrance ticket to the Biff Tannen Museum, the box of matches, and the Great Sports Almanac; Mattel’s four iconic hoverboards and other product placements like the Diet Pepsi bottle, futuristic Pizza Hut packaging, and the Nike Mag of the future; school dance decorations Enchantment under the sea; items used by Doc Brown such as the Ez-sleep device and the walkie-talkie with which he communicated with Marty.
Items displayed from Back to the Future Part III include: a new copy of the Hill Valley Telegraph dated September 4, 1885, the production megaphone used on set, and the full Western-style outfit worn by Michael J. Fox .
Back In Time Exhibition – A Tribute to Back to the Future is located at Camden Market Hawley Wharf. The attraction is open at least until the end of February and tickets can be reserved. here.
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