Towers of Tomorrow with LEGO® Bricks partners up some of the world’s most dazzling and innovative skyscrapers with the world’s most popular building brick. The exhibit features 20 astonishing skyscrapers from North America, Asia and Australia constructed in breathtaking architectural detail by Ryan McNaught, one of only twelve LEGO® certified professionals in the world. Some of the world’s most iconic and eye-popping towers are featured, constructed exclusively of LEGO® bricks.
The towers include:
- Burj Khalifa • Bank of America Plaza • Barangaroo Hotel • Central Park Tower • Chrysler Building • CN Tower • Empire State Building • Eureka • Infinity Tower • International Commerce Tower • Marina Bay Sands • Petronas Towers • Q1 • Shanghai Tower • Taipei 101 • Tokyo Skytree • Willis (Sears) Tower • Wilshire Grand Centre
Visitors will be inspired to create their own ‘towers of tomorrow’ with over 200,000 loose LEGO® bricks available in hands-on construction areas. Young and old will be limited only by their imaginations as they add their creations to a steadily rising futuristic LEGO® metropolis inside the exhibition. McNaught and his award-winning team of builders have used more than half a million LEGO® bricks and devoted over 2000 hours to build the structures featured in the exhibition.
Towers of Tomorrow with Lego Bricks is a traveling exhibition from Sydney Living Museums and toured internationally by Flying Fish.
|Space Required:||3,000 - 7,000 sq.ft.|
|Minimum Ceiling Height:||14.5 ft. recommended for Burj Khalifa
12 ft. throughout
|Standard Rental Length:||3 month minimum|
|Production Time:||4 working days for each install & 3 for deinstall|
|Freight:||1 - 40 ft. container or 1 - 53 ft. truck|
|Museum of Sydney||Sydney, NSW, AUS|
|Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory||Darwin, NT, AUS|
|Museum of Tropical Queensland||QLD, AUS|
|Rockhampton Art Gallery||Rockhampton, QLD, AUS|
|Ipswich Regional Art Gallery||Ipswich, AUS|
|National Museum of Australia||Canberra, AUS|
|The Magic House||Saint Louis, MO, USA|
|Science Museum of Minnesota||Saint Paul, MN, USA|
|Discovery Centre||Halifax, NS, CAN|
|Discovery Park of America||Union City, TN, USA|
|Discovery Place||Charlotte, NC, USA|
|The Henry Ford Museum||Dearborn, MI, USA|
|Vancouver, BC, CAN|
|Sioux City, IA, USA|
“The Magic House attendance numbers for December was 45,354 – our highest December in our 38 year history”
Beth Hasek, Director of Design & Exhibit Development
The Magic House, St. Louis Children’s Museum
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