Here's another view, it's really huge and you could look at it all day and not see all the details. So much fun for LEGO® enthusiasts! We spied samurai's sword fighting on top of a Chinese restaurant, Indiana Jones, Princess Leia, and several different kinds of fruit trees among other things.
ER enjoyed playing in the SnapZone with these large scale blocks. There were also tables and plenty of regular sized LEGO® set out for budding architects to build with. You could spend all day sculpting with them.
Twenty-eight of Nathan Sawaya's sculptures made entirely out of LEGO® building bricks were the main part of the exhibit. I was especially taken with this rendering of crayons, the wrapper peeling off is what really impressed me.
ER was more drawn to this castle coming out of a book. I also thought this version of Mt. Rushmore was pretty impressive. "Think" was Brad's favorite.If your child loves LEGO®, you should definitely check out Nathan Sawaya's online gallery to see more of his work. You'll be messmerized and inspired by his creativity and the sheer range of his subjects from every day objects, to famous landmarks and people, to the imaginary.
I'll leave you with one more creation we saw, not by Nathan Sawaya, it was one of several famous buildings around the top floor perimeter. This magical castle, ER really loved. She spent several moments looking at Cinderella, finding Minnie and Micky, as well as several Toy Story Army guys scaling it's walls.