The Art of the Brick

September 28, 2019 through January 26, 2020

Weekdays, 9:30 am – 5 pm; Weekends, 10 am – 6 pm.

New York Hall of Science


All Ages

$7 per person, plus museum admission ($16 adults; $13 children, students & senior citizens)

The Art of the Brick at New York Hall of Science

Event description:

Museum visitors can experience the world's largest display of LEGO art during this special exhibition. Acclaimed artist Nathan Sawaya created the 100+ pieces for this exhibition using only LEGO bricks. The collection features original pieces such as Yellow, a life-size sculpture of a man ripping his chest open with thousands of yellow LEGO bricks cascading from him, and Dinosaur Skeleton, a 20-foot long sculpture of a T-Rex dinosaur skeleton. The collection also includes re-imagined versions of some of the world's most famous art masterpieces such as Mona Lisa, The Scream, and Starry Night. Visitors inspired by Sawaya's work can visit a special interactive area of the exhibition where they can engage in LEGO brick building challenges, games and a free play area. In this section of The Art of the Brick, visitors can recreate famous buildings and bridges, build a LEGO brick car and test it out on various ramps, create a LEGO brick maze, and more.

Address: 4701 111th Street
Corona, NY 11368
Phone: 7186990005

About New York Hall of Science

Standard hours: Monday-Friday, 9:30am-5pm, Saturday-Sunday, 10am-6pm
Wheelchair accessible: Yes
Stroller parking: Yes
Stroller check: No
Bring food: No
Buy food: Yes
Where is food allowed: Food allowed in designated spots
Changing tables in the women's room(s): Yes
Changing tables in the men's room(s): Yes
Family bathroom: No

New York Hall of Science presents 450 exhibits, demonstrations, workshops, and participatory activities that explain science, technology, engineering, and math.

NYSCI offers professional development for teachers, produces curricula and resources for classrooms, and studies how technology and play affect how we learn.

NYSCI was founded at the 1964–65 World’s Fair and has evolved into New York’s center for interactive science, serving a half million students, teachers, and families each year.

Parking: Paid
Nearest public transportation stop: 7 (local 111th Street Station)
Party room: Yes

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