Explore the world’s most iconic architectural wonders built entirely of LEGO bricks. Over half a million LEGO bricks come together to create a wonderland of the most mesmerizing, gravity-defying skyscrapers from across the globe.
The whole family will be captivated by elaborate 1:200 scale LEGO towers constructed in stunning detail by Ryan McNaught, one of only 14 certified LEGO professionals worldwide.
Journey through colorful cities across Asia, including Taiwan, Tokyo, Kuala Lumpur and Shanghai. Venture through Australia’s magnificent metros: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and the Gold Coast. Tour throughout Toronto, Chicago, New York, Philadelphia and more marvelous cities in North America to see what happens when LEGO bricks collide with the world’s most incredible architecture.
Over 200,000 LEGO bricks so you can challenge your creativity and start building!
Some Fun facts:
Towers of Tomorrow with LEGO® Bricks took over three quarters of a million LEGO bricks to build.
There’s more than 1.5 tons of LEGO bricks in these 20 towers.
With 104,800 LEGO bricks, the Shanghai Tower used the most of any structure in the exhibition.
Invented in 1958, the LEGO brick is more than 55 years old.
More than 400 billion bricks have been made since LEGO brick was first invented.
40 billion LEGO bricks stacked one by one would reach from the Earth to the moon.