Wanna see some of the coolest LEGO sculptures you've ever seen? You'll be able to, and all you have to do is drive to Opry Mills (I know, a little bit painful).
Ryan "The Brickman" McNaught is one of only 22 certified LEGO Professionals in the world, and he and his team have put together "The Awesome Exhibition". They build some of the largest and most detailed LEGO models, and have even built models for LEGO offices around the world. And now, they're bringing over 40 models consisting of 2.2 million bricks to Nashville.
And we're not talking about your average LEGO set here.
We're talking about a lifesize LEGO Harley-Davidson motorcycle, a 25-foot tall LEGO NASA rocketship, a LEGO Eiffel Tower, and a LEGO orca.
Check out some of the models in this video!!
Just in that video you see the Sydney Opera house, the Space Needle in Seattle, a recreation of the first Ferris Wheel built in 1883, a huge black widow spider, and yes, that aforementioned lifesize Harley.
And of course, because it's LEGO, there's lots of interactive opportunities, including a huge LEGO building station, photo ops, and more. And honestly, it's not as expensive as you'd think. Tickets are about $20 a person and start times are staggered to make sure that the exhibit doesn't get too crowded.
Check out the exhibit and grab your tickets here. The AWESOME EXHIBITION is at Opry Mills Mall from March 11th to May 8th.