But LEGOs inspire all kinds of creativity. A kid with a pile of LEGOs cannot be contained.
The exhibit has an ample supply of LEGOs on hand from which to construct what the imagination inspires and visitors will be surrounded by plenty of examples of what master LEGO builders have built relating directly to travel and adventure. Historical scenarios like driving the golden spike on the Transcontinental Railroad or the Wright Brothers’ flight at Kitty Hawk are depicted in LEGO blocks.
Tying in with the travel theme, a giant aerial photograph of the Valley provides an eye-in-the-sky view so kids can locate their neighborhood in relation to the rest of the Valley.
Children can have their photo taken behind the wheel of a kid-size race car created entirely out of LEGO DUPLO bricks.
Admission to LEGO Travel Adventure is included in the price of admission to the science center. The exhibit will be on display through Jan. 1, 2013.