Marvel's Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N., which stands for Network Training and Tactical Intelligence Opative Network, opens in London at Excel London on November 29.
The experience of several rooms reaches the capital after successful stays in New York, Seoul, Paris and Las Vegas.
It will give fans the opportunity to train to become an agent of S.T.A.T.I.O.N. as they get caught in the background story of every character in The Avengers, including Captain America, Thor, Iron Man and The Hulk.
For the first time, it also has screens in Black Panther, The Wasp and Thanos.
MCU movie accessories and interactive technology will surely delight fans.
Visitors will be able to see the Thor Observatory, where they can prove their worth by lifting Thor's hammer and seeing the outfits, reviewing Captain America's personnel file and learning about the science that made Steve Rogers the iconic superhero and see the Iron Iron. Man Engineering Bay.
There, trainees can see the Iron Man suits and even experience a simulated flight inside one.
Fans can also visit Bruce Banner's lab and explore the transformation of Banner's brain as it transforms into The Hulk.
Meanwhile, after a great year for the MCU films, moviegoers have a lot to look forward to when Avengers 4 goes on sale next April.
With Avenger's Infinite War ending with the destruction of half the population in the universe by Thanos (played by Josh Brolin), there is much speculation about how the sequel will begin.
Earlier this week, Jeremy Conrad of MCU Cosmic predicted the start and tweeted his 31,000 followers: "Will there be a jump in time in Avengers 4? More likely, yes."
He continued: "Will not we see Tony and Steve get together? If it happens, it will be a flashback, since someone has to explain to Scott Lang what happened while he was stuck in the Quantum Kingdom."
Chris Evans is expected to retire from the role of Captian America after Avengers 4, the 37-year-old actor, recently sparked speculation that Steve Rogers will be killed in the film.
"Officially involved in Avengers 4", he tweeted his 9.8 million followers. "It was an emotional day to say the least.
"Playing this role in the last eight years has been an honor. To all who are in front of the camera, behind the camera and in the audience, thanks for the memories! "He added. "Eternally grateful."
The Avengers of Marvel S.T.A.T.I.O.N. will take place at ExCel London from November 29 to March 31. Tickets can be purchased here: https://www.avengersstation.co.uk