We were lucky enough to be a part of the EMP Museum’s Opening Night Brick Party in Seattle. It was part of the Block by Block: Inventing Amazing Architecture Exhibit by LEGO Professional Builder, Dan Parker. Some of the most noteworthy buildings in the world were on display, built in LEGO. Here is a glimpse of the EMP event from our perspective.
2 Story Movie Screen for kids to play LEGO Video games on and watch stop-motion LEGO animation.
Scale model of the largest building in the world: The Burj Khalifa in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Over 21,000 LEGO Pieces were needed to complete this building.
Alice Finch, who build the famous LEGO Hogwarts (http://www.flickr.com/photos/88574960@N02/sets/72157632858317817/), built this amazing temple that she had visited as a teacher.
Here are some of the other noteworthy buildings that we were being displayed. The Freedom Tower is in the back.
Kids all of all ages playing with LEGO at our Monorail Battletrack area.
Our conveyor belt raffle system is ready for all the EMP Museum attendees.
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