2001: A Space Odyssey Art Exhibit

Step inside one of cinema's most enduring masterpieces with a visit to the 2001: A Space Odyssey Immersive Art Exhibit. Also known as "The Barmecide Feast," this installation from artist Simon Birch painstakingly recreates the white neoclassical hotel room from the final act of Kubrick's 1968 masterpiece. Access to the installation — housed in the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C. — is free, but tickets are required, and only six people will be allowed in the room at a time, for two minutes per group. Should you wonder how they managed to get all the details right when Kubrick was notorious for destroying his sets after filming, it's a simple stroke of luck: Birch's architect, Paul Kember, happens to be the nephew of the draftsmen who created the original.

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