Past photo, #147 . March 31st, 2015. Back when I went to the Indiana Jones Exhibition at the Telus World of Science in Edmonton. This is Mutt Williams motorcycle from Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.
So I may be spamming in the next little while 'cause I got to do this today at the Telus World of Science. Went and saw the first Indiana Jones: Raiders of the Lost Ark in the IMAX and then did this: INDIANA JONES™ AND THE ADVENTURE OF ARCHAEOLOGY. Got to look at real props from the movies, information, paintings drawings, etc, and know a lot more about all sorts of different things from little videos/audio with a special tablet with headphones you got to use. Read this next part if you want to know more: (Upon entering, you are immersed in the world of Indiana Jones in an exhibit environment created with state-of-the-art technology and spanning over 10,000 square feet. Equipped with a personal video companion, you embark on a quest to uncover the true origins of archaeological mysteries. An original audio greeting recorded by Harrison Ford welcomes and invites you to begin a journey into the science of field archaeology. Charged with comprehensive content, photos and videos, the interactive hand-held device guides you on the “Indy Trail” and through the various archaeological zones. You also have the ability to create your own adventure with an interactive quest.
Indiana Jones and the Adventure of Archaeology features an exclusive collection of original Indy props, models, concept art and costumes from all the films. It also presents a wealth of historical and cultural facts and objects. The internationally renowned University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, otherwise known as the Penn Museum, provides a remarkable array of archaeological artifacts and educational material. National Geographic, the exhibition’s global presenting partner, also shares photos, videos and content from its impressive and historic archive.)