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Yoda Guy Movie Exhibit
Yoda Guy Movie Exhibit

Yoda Guy Movie Exhibit

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19A Front Street, Philipsburg, St Maarten

The Basics

Downtown Philipsburg might seem an unlikely place to see Chewbacca, Darth Vader, Han Solo, and friends, but that’s what you find at this shop. Book a tour to enjoy the movie relics, all of which come from the private collection of the creator of Yoda (and St. Maarten resident) Nick “That Yoga Guy” Maley. Storyboards, scripts, vintage movie posters, and behind-the-scenes photos from movies he worked on.

Guided by Maley’s narration (from a DVD) and holographic characters, the tour offers insight into movie making—he worked onThe Shining,Superman, the originalStar Wars andThe Empire Strikes Back, among others. Don’t miss his collection of face casts including Alfred Hitchcock, James Cagney, Abraham Lincoln, Angelina Jolie, and Michael Jackson, which Maley created for his "Thriller" video.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Movie fans of all ages will appreciate this first-hand look at how movies are made.

  • Admission to this non-profit museum includes the tour.

  • Photos are allowed without flash.

  • The museum is up stairs and not wheelchair accessible.

  • Narration is in English only.

  • If Maley is present when you visit, he will autograph any item over $20 from the museum’s gift store.

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How to Get There

The museum is located on the second story of a building overlooking Front Street and is easily accessible by taxi. Those who drive find ample parking near the museum. From the cruise dock, it’s about a 10-minute walk.

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When to Get There

Yoda Guy Movie Exhibit is open daily, year-round, with shorter viewing hours over the weekend. Crowd levels depend on whether or not there is a cruise ship in dock.

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May The Force Be With You

Get an insider view of what it’s like to work on famous movies includingStar Wars, Superman, The Terminator, Highlander, Men in Black, and more, while also contributing to a worthy cause. Your admission fee to enter this nonprofit exhibit goes to local initiatives to “inspire youths to overcome negativity and peer pressure to live exceptional lives.”

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