Brick History Exhibit Date, Time and Location Information
Every parent and teacher out there knows getting kids interested in learning about history can be a difficult task. Getting kids interested in LEGOs, however? That’s easy. So why not combine history and LEGOs to make learning about history fun? That’s exactly what’s happening at the Brick History exhibit at the Tampa Bay History Center – and it’s succeeded in every way possible. So, for those who want to have a great time while learning about some very important moments in history, here’s all the Brick History exhibit date, time and location information you need to know.
As we pointed out a few times already, the Brick History exhibit is at the Tampa Bay History Center – located at 801 Old Water Street in Tampa’s Channel District. More specifically, the Brick History exhibit is going on now through February 16, 2020, with tickets starting at $10.95 for children age 7 and up. Kids under the age of 7 are free. The Brick History Exhibit features important scenes from throughout history recreated by LEGO artist Warren Elsmore and his team. These scenes are separated into different categories, such as “The Arts,” “Conflict,” “Equality,” “Exploration,” and “Transport,” with scenes running the gamut from the first cave paintings and the destruction of Pompeii to the Boston Tea Party and the Civic Rights Movement. All in all, there are 28 LEGO scenes “depicting a person, moment or discovery that altered world history,” according to the museum.
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