For the sake of science, Dr. Jane Foster (Natalie Portman) has acquired some pretty cool stuff (on loan, of course) from Thor's home realm of Asgard. Items on display include Loki's helmet and shackles, some heavy-duty swords and shields (including Heimdall's blades), and one of those seriously creepy masks worn by the sinister dark elves.
But that's not all. After taking in some of the Asgardian artifacts, visitors will hear a familiar voice. It's Odin, King of Asgard, announcing that the Bifrost -- the magical Rainbow Bridge that connects Midgard (that's Earth) and Asgard -- has been fixed, and you've been granted a tour of the throne room. Since Earthlings can't be trusted, Thor is there to chaperone, answer a few questions, and maybe take a photo or two. Just don't try to touch his beloved hammer, Mjolnir, unless he tells you it's OK; you're not a god, after all.
Check out our photos of the exhibit below. "Thor: Treasures of Asgard" will have a home at Disneyland until January 6, 2014, so be sure to get there before Loki takes back his stuff.
"Thor: The Dark World" is in theaters now.