A new exhibit at the Georgia Southern Museum will features an interactive Lego exhibit about the sea. Here's information from a release put out by GSU:
Created by the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, the exhibit is comprised of more than 183,000 Legos and covers some 1,200 square feet.
With the assistance of built-in video screens and other interactive elements, the Lego Ocean Adventure invites curious young visitors to let their imaginations run wild as they learn about sea creatures and deep-sea exploration.
The Lego Ocean Adventure will be open to the general public every Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. The exhibit will open at 9 a.m. for groups that make a reservation. Summer camps and daycare centers are welcome.
Admission is $4.50 per person for visitors who are 15 years of age and older, and $3 per person for visitors who are 14 and under. Members of the Museum will be admitted free. A gift shop will offer special Lego and ocean theme souvenirs.
The Lego Ocean Adventure will remain open through Saturday, Aug. 26.
The Nessmith-Lane Continuing Education Building is located at the corner of Chandler Road and Plant Drive. For more information on the Lego Ocean Adventure or the Georgia Southern Museum, visit http://ceps.georgiasouthern.edu/museum or call (912) 681-5444.
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