True or False: The tallest LEGO tower ever built was 94 feet high and used 465,000 bricks.
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Certified LEGO® Professional Adam Reed Tucker has taken over half a million LEGO Bricks and created our latest exhibition. That’s 2,700 pounds of bricks that would stretch 11 miles end to end... this has to be Imagination Station’s biggest temporary exhibition yet!
This temporary exhibition bridges art and hands-on learning by featuring amazing sky high LEGO architecture and the opportunity for visitors to build their own structures as they explore engineering, art and design through play!
13 large-scale artistic models allow you to travel from San Francisco to Shanghai, Dubai to Chicago and admire the skyscrapers that make each skyline unique.
Dive deep into bins full of LEGO Bricks just waiting to be imagined. Discover what it takes to be a city planner and add your own contribution to Toledo’s skyline.
Educators: Take an architectural field trip around the world! Your students will learn how engineers created the towering masterpieces that define our city skylines.
March 4 - Measure the weight of your favorite candies with a scale you build using LEGO bricks. This workshop is the perfect balance between creativity, engineering and fun!
March 11 - Make marbles twist and turn, race and spin through a run that is completely yours. Use trial and error to your advantage as you attempt to build a successful marble run using LEGO bricks.
March 18 - Use Newton's First Law of Motion to catapult a marshmallow through the air. Discover the principles of force and energy as you build a marshmallow catapult using LEGO bricks.
March 25 - Build a foundation, secure a frame and prepare for target practice. Explore the science behind sturdy structures as you create your own NERF Gun targets using LEGO bricks.
False: The tallest LEGO structure built achieved a GUINNESS WORLD RECORD on June 21, 2015. The structure was measured at 114 feet tall (35 meters) and took more than 500,000 LEGO bricks to build.
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Imagination Station is located at 1 Discovery Way at the corner of Summit and Adams Streets on the riverfront in downtown Toledo.
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