Long-time Star Trek fans can now take a tour of the U.S. Enterprise, from home.
One of the things many Star Trek fans often fantasize about is actually being on the bridge of a version of the U.S.S. Enterprise. We’re not just talking about the Enterprise, but the Enterprise-D, the NX-01, the XCV-330, and all of the other major ships to bare the name.
Well, now thanks to the official Roddenberry Archive site, you can do just that. The Roddenberry ARchive allows fans to explore the various incarnations of the Enterprise’s bridge. From the beginning of the show in the 1960s, through the Enterprise of the titular show in the early 2000s, all the way to the latest incarnations with Star Trek: Picard.
You can explore nearly 60 years’ worth of history all at the tips of your fingers. A truly impressive thing to achieve. To take the tour yourself, simply click here.
The Roddenberry Archives needs to add more to their Star Trek content
The Roddenberry Archive allowing fans to explore past Enterprise bridges is nice, but the experience needs more to make it worth checking out constantly. While it’s cool to look around the bridges, there aren’t that many different details between the ships to make it exactly worth it. At least not for more than a few minutes anyway.
If you want fans to be fully engaged, then a full tour of each major Star Trek ship is going to be in order. Taking fans through Deep Space Nine, Voyager, the Cerritos and others will surely get fans to check back far more often and stay longer than they thought they would.
The more content to explore, the better.
That said, it’s still cool to see the bridge they would’ve used from Star Trek: Phase II.