Something new is coming to the Michigan Science Center! Towers of Tomorrow debuts on Saturday, September 16th and LEGO fans are going to love it.
Towers of Tomorrow features 20 astonishing skyscrapers from North America, Asia, and Australia constructed in breathtaking architectural detail by Ryan McNaught. It took over half a million LEGO® bricks and over 2000 hours to building the structures featured in the exhibition. Guest can admire the designs and find inspiration and over 200,000 loose LEGO® bricks to construct their own.
During your visit to check out the temporary Towers of Tomorrow ehibit, check out over 220+ interactive permentant exhibits that allow kids to explore space, learn about engineering, watch physics in action on the Science Stage and more!
The Michigan Science Center is open Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 4pm. Admission is $14 for kids ages 2 to 15 and $18 for guests 16+. The museum is a member of the Museums for All program and families can receive $3 admission for up to 4 people when you show your SNAP/EBT card. An annual family membership is only $99.