Houston museum to exhibit props from the "Chronicles of Narnia"

The Houston Museum of Natural Science will present an exhibition of props from the recent film version of the Chronicles of Narnia October 3, 2009 - January 18, 2010.

The exhibit will include costumes, props and set dressings from the movie.

From the exhibit website:

Through authentic costumes, props and set dressings from the magical films, visitors will enter a three-dimensional world that combines the wonders of science with aspects of fantasy of this enchanting world. Catch a glimpse of artifacts from Lewis’ personal study and experience exciting environments such as the famous attic and wardrobe. Encounter falling snow and other interactive and instructive elements, including a replica of the White Witch’s Throne, where guests can sit and feel the chill; and special areas featuring King Miraz’s Castle from The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian, where visitors have the opportunity to build an arch as well as create their own animals based on the mythical creatures featured in the film. This special exhibition is a truly captivating and entertaining experience for all ages.

For those not able to visit the museum, a gallery of photos is available online.