Get into the holiday spirit by visiting Raleigh’s mesmerizing LEGO® Art Exhibit. This world-renowned exhibit provides the perfect creative escape with family during the holidays. It’s only in town for a few months—so grab your tickets now!
Venture to the Pleasant Valley Promenade to experience the one-and-only art exhibit that showcases over 90 impressive LEGO® sculptures. The ‘Art of the Brick’ exhibit has stunned over 10 million guests around the globe and has been named on CNN’s list of “Must-See” exhibitions, and it has finally opened in Raleigh for a limited time.
See the new Christmas-inspired LEGO® sculpture, inspired by the famous festive tune ‘The 12 Days of Christmas,’ currently featured at the ‘Art of the Brick’ exhibit in Raleigh until January. You’re probably thinking: those sculptures are made with a ton of LEGO® bricks, and you’d be right. The ‘Partridge in a Pear Tree’ comprises 3,420 bricks, the ‘10 Lords of Leaping’ are made of 38,190 bricks, and the ‘5 Golden Rings’ are made of 4,945 bricks in total. This massive sculpture can only be seen for a few more weeks, so don’t miss out!
For more holiday fun, the ‘Art of the Brick’ exhibition in Raleigh will have plenty of new activities to celebrate Christmas, including a gift hunt with exciting prizes like tickets to Fever events and free merchandise, an opportunity to send Santa a card and put it in his festive mailbox, and special drawings that kids can color.
It’s a good thing that contemporary artist Nathan Sawaya left his career as a corporate lawyer in NYC to pursue his love of building with LEGO® blocks, which has brought joy to millions of worldwide fans. Lucky for Raleighites, you can now see his work up close for the first time!
Since the exhibit has been so successful around the world, tickets sell out quickly, so snag yours now! If you enjoyed building with LEGO® blocks as a kid, you would not want to miss this once-in-a-lifetime exhibition.
The ‘Art of The Brick Experience’ in Raleigh will showcase Nathan Sawaya’s most famous sculptures. The artist’s most iconic work, Yellow, is a fan favorite and is on display! It showcases a close-up of a male torso with hundreds of LEGO® pieces pouring out.
Dino lovers rejoice because there’s a 20-foot Tyrannosaurus Rex that you can check out at this experience, so if you have kids that love dinosaurs, don’t miss this!
There are even sculptures for lovers of classical art, including Gustav Klimt’s ‘The Kiss,’ Michelangelo’s ‘David,’ Van Gogh’s ‘Starry Night,’ Edvard Munch’s ‘The Scream,’ and Da Vinci’s ‘Mona Lisa.’
Over the holiday season, be prepared to see re-imagined versions of world-renowned works of art, everyday objects, musical instruments, and so much more! Plus, you’ll be able to see an intriguing multimedia collection that artist Nathan Sawaya put together with award-winning photographer Dean West.