Okay, so I was able to go to this earlier today, and was pretty happy, because it ends on Monday. I realized when I got there that I ha forgotten the camera, so I had to use my cell phone. Hense, please excuse the quite terrible quality of the pictures.
So, we pulled in, parked, and realized we had to go in on the second floor because on construction. However, they had some pretty cool signs directing us:Clicky
Anyway, we got in, and explored the castle exhibit. Actually, for the most part, it was for little kids. However, there were a few things that really caught my eye:Clicky
- Siege TowerClicky
- Castle Construction - Wood SawingClicky
- Castle Construction - CraneClicky
All this took about 10 minutes. For the next hour, I sat down at the lego building tables, and started building, which was by far the best part. After that hour, I had created a gate, wall on both sides, and walkway on top, plus crenelation. I wanted to do the second story of the gate house, but we had to go at that point.Clicky
So, overall, it was a fun trip. Hopefully the Children's Museum will host another lego exhibit soon. The only other one I remember was the underwater one, many years back.Clicky
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