My house is a big LEGO-loving household, there isn’t a kit that isn’t on our wish list and anything huge made out of LEGO really blows our minds. This is why I couldn’t miss the chance to check out the amazing exhibition Towers of Tomorrow with LEGO® Bricks presented by Concert Properties and White Spot Restaurants and a must see for your whole family. This exciting gallery features 20 of the world’s most astonishing skyscrapers from Canada, the United States, Australia, Asia and the United Arab Emirates constructed with breathtaking architectural detail and accuracy by Australia’s Ryan McNaught, the only certified LEGO® professional in the Southern Hemisphere.
Science World is the perfect place to showcase this amazing exhibit – giving both kids and parents something to marvel at. Some of my favorite features of course are the ones of our most iconic Vancouver buildings, something you can have fun getting the kids to try and identify!
Of course they feature way more than just buildings from our very own city. Some of the most iconic and eye-popping towers from across North America are featured in this gallery including Toronto’s CN Tower, Philadelphia’s Comcast Technology Center, Los Angeles’ Wilshire Grand Center, Chicago’s Willis Tower, Atlanta’s Bank of America Plaza, New York’s super slender skyscrapers 111 West 75th Street, Central Park Towers and the city’s famous landmarks, Empire State Building and Chrysler Building.
But you want to know one of the coolest features that everyone can get in on?
Outside the entrance to the gallery at TELUS World of Science, visitors will be able to contribute to a crowdsourced LEGO® mural that over time will reveal a fun, large-scale landscape of some of Vancouver’s most iconic features.
Science World is all about hands on learning which is why: the back of the gallery will host an interactive Community Building exhibit designed to facilitate creative thinking. Playing with how urban and neighborhood design can support and contribute to thriving communities — a central element of Science World’s vision and a key priority for Concert Properties.
Have younger kids and concerned about all the little LEGO??
Don’t you worry they have a whole Duplo section just for all of our youngest science explorers so make sure you don’t shy from this amazing new exhibit that Science World has put together. This exhibition runs from January 24 to September 7, 2020 Tickets are available at https://tickets.scienceworld.ca/