Last weekend, I had the pleasure of being a part of our LEGO-zipline activity. During this activity, our guests were given the necesary materials most of which included LEGO's (of course), to create an object that could easily go down the zipline. They were given a model of how their final product should look like and they had the option to either follow it or completely create their own. The zipline started at the 6th level of the museum above the balcony and ended by the entrance on the 5th level where everyone could see and admire the work of our guests. It was very exciting to witness the creativity of our extraordinary guests, and how parents and children were able to work well together to create a final product. Overall, this would not have been possible without the help of our amazing volunteers who made the whole activity go as smoothly as possible. Although LEGO day is over, there is still an exhibit at the Museum called Towers of Tomorrow where architecture and engineering meet creative play. Until next year!