Towers of Tomorrow with LEGO® Bricks

This traveling exhibition features 20 astonishing LEGO® skyscrapers from North America, Asia, and Australia constructed in breathtaking architectural detail by Ryan McNaught, one of only 21 LEGO® Certified Professionals worldwide.

Towers Highlights:

The exhibition offers visitors a chance to build their own ?tower of tomorrow? using over 200,000 LEGO® bricks available in the hands-on construction areas. Both young and old can unleash their creativity and add their unique creations to a steadily rising futuristic LEGO® metropolis inside the exhibition.

McNaught and his team used over 500,000 LEGO® bricks and 2,000 hours to create the exhibition?s structures.

Specifications

Space Required:

3,000 - 7,000 sq. ft.

Target Audience:

Families with children

Minimum Ceiling Height:

12 ft. throughout, 14.5 ft. for Burj Khalifa

Production Time:

Three (3) working days for installation; two (2) for deinstallation

Freight:

One (1) 40 ft. container or one (1) 53 ft. truck

Language:

Exhibition provided in English

Tour Availability

September 2024 – January 2025
September 2025 and beyond

Produced By

Towers of Tomorrow with LEGO® Bricks is a traveling exhibition from Museums of History NSW and toured internationally by Flying Fish.

Partners

Presenting Partner:

Tour History and Itinerary

Museum of Sydney

Sydney, NSW, AUS view map

December 13, 2014 ? July 12, 2015

Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory (MAGNT)

Darwin NT, AUS view map

November 28, 2015 ? April 10, 2016

Museum of Tropical Queensland

Townsville, QLD, AUS view map

May 7, 2016 ? November 13, 2016

Rockhampton Museum of Art

Rockhampton, QLD, AUS view map

December 8, 2016 ? March 5, 2017

Ipswich Art Gallery

Ipswich, QLD, AUS view map

March 25, 2017 ? July 9, 2017

National Museum of Australia

Canberra, ACT, AUS view map

July 28, 2017 ? October 8, 2017

The Magic House

St. Louis, MO, USA view map

December 2, 2017 ? February 19, 2018

Science Museum of Minnesota

St. Paul, MN, USA view map

March 2, 2018 ? September 3, 2018

Discovery Centre

Halifax, NS, CAN view map

September 21, 2018 ? January 2, 2019

Discovery Park of America

Union City, TN, USA view map

January 18, 2019 ? May 4, 2019

Discovery Place Science

Charlotte, NC, USA view map

June 1, 2019 ? May 4, 2019

The Henry Ford

Dearborn, MI, USA view map

October 11, 2019 ? January 5, 2020

Science World

Vancouver, BC, CAN view map

January 24, 2020 ? January 28, 2021

Saskatchewan Science Centre

Regina, SK, CAN view map

April 5, 2021 ? September 6, 2021

Perot Museum of Nature and Science

Dallas, TX, USA view map

September 24, 2021 ? April 24, 2022

Sioux City Art Center

Sioux City, IA, USA view map

May 2, 2022 ? August 9, 2022

The Bishop Museum of Science and Nature

Bradenton, FL, USA view map

November 22, 2022 ? March 18, 2023

The Durham Museum

Omaha, NE, USA view map

May 26, 2023 ? September 3, 2023

Michigan Science Center

Detroit, MI, USA view map

September 11, 2023 ? January 12, 2024

Indiana State Museum

Indianapolis, IN, USA view map

January 17, 2024 ? May 12, 2024

Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI)

Seattle, WA, USA view map

May 23, 2024 ? September 2, 2024

Richmond, VA, USA view map

February 1, 2025 ? August 24, 2025