There is good news for The Next Generation fans with an announcement that the Star Trek: The Original Series Set might branch out from the original series.
As reported by TrekMovie, James Cawley is in “preliminary discussions with CBS to expand the set tour to include the USS Enterprise-D sets from Star Trek: The Next Generation.”
The hope is to use a building located next door to the original series set, which is larger than the current building in which the original series set resides. The building next door also had two floors, and Cawley would like to “create the full footprint” of the USS Enterprise TNG sets.
If the talks go well, Cawley would begin work on the set “within a year.”
Meanwhile, the original series set will gain some additions with the Enterprise‘s Auxiliary Control Room and the Emergency Manual Monitor (second floor of Engineering). These should be ready “by the fall.”
Star Trek: The Original Series Set Tour is located in Ticonderoga, New York.