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Dino Brick Adventure Pops Up At The Exhibition Hub Art Center In Atlanta

Exhibition Hub announced today that Dino Brick Adventure will open to the public on Saturday, May 11, 2024 at the Exhibition Hub Art Center in Atlanta. The all-new exhibition, making its world debut in Atlanta, will combine animatronic dinosaurs and LEGO® bricks for a limited, six-week pop-up experience in time for summer break. 

Kids of all ages can embark on a mythical quest to the land of the dinosaurs and experience them like never before. The 12,000-square-foot exhibit features more than 30 incredible sculptures created by LEGO experts as well as life-sized, animatronic dinosaurs in an adventure setting.

Some of the LEGO sculptures are as large as eight feet long and over six-feet-tall. Visitors will explore dinosaur skeletons, learn the tools of the trade and become junior paleontologists in the process.

“LEGO plus dinosaurs equals the perfect family adventure to start summer,” said John Zaller, executive producer at Exhibition Hub. “We’ve included plenty of hands-on and play activities with incredible, accessible art and learning opportunities.

There is something for everyone at Dino Brick Adventure, including dig pits, massive dinos skeleton, dinosaur slides and a LEGO build area where visitors can create their very own dinosaurs.

Dino Brick Adventure takes visitors back in time through a nine-minute virtual reality experience where they can run with a herd of Stegosaurus, fly with the Pterosaurs and try to escape the T Rex. Visitors also have the chance to ride their very own dinosaur and dig deeper into dino science.

Tickets for Dino Brick Adventure go on sale Thursday, May 9.  For more information and tickets click here

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