Exhibit Hall

Now Open on Level 3

Bridge your knowledge of engineering in this unique, hands-on exhibit that is sure to build an infrastructure of fun! Builders of all ages can get involved in the engineering process – ask a question; imagine a solution; plan a design; create a prototype; and improve and retest – through a variety of means. This exhibit is sure to get kids and adults thinking about the human-made world all around them.

  • Discover various sorts of bridges including truss, arch and beam
  • Create a boat that can float in water using LEGO™ bricks
  • Construct a bridge several feet high and wide with Superstructs™

This exhibit will have you: Imagine it! Create it! Improve it!

 

 

Take a trip down memory lane to the last time you played with Legos. Believe it or not, these childhood building blocks weren’t only fun—they actually helped develop your aptitude for math and science!

That’s right—besides building space cruisers, helicopters and pirate ships, Legos are also building the next generation of engineers. They allow children to use their imaginations, plus every Lego project also teaches basic engineering and design principles! Building with these little plastic blocks helps kids develop spatial reasoning and learn about structural integrity, design and a practical sense of geometry.

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