Explore art and nature through stunning sculptures made with LEGO pieces. Now open!

This premium exhibition uses beautiful works of art made from simple toy blocks to explore animal endangerment, the balance of ecosystems, and mankind’s relationship with nature. Explore massive LEGO pieces, all created by Brooklyn artist Sean Kenney, brick by brick.

Some show the majesty of various wild species including pandas, tree frogs, polar bears, and hummingbirds. Others depict eco-friendly actions humans can take—from protecting an animal's habitat, to planting a garden, to using a bike instead of a car. Just like LEGO bricks, everything in nature is interconnected in a delicate balance.

This exhibition also includes a hands-on play zone where guests can dream up and build their own wild creations using thousands of bricks!

Experience Sean Kenney’s Art Made with LEGO® Bricks from June 22 through Sept. 2, available with the purchase of a Combination or Premium Pass.

**Please note: The exhibition will close at 3:00 pm on Tuesday, June 25. Be sure to see it early!**

Visitor info

Location: 4th Floor

Dates: June 22 – Sept. 2

Available with the purchase of a Combination or Premium Pass

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