It's relaxing to sit at home watching TV, but then you'll never know what's on other places' TVs. See what's out there with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $8 for admission for two ($16 value)
- $16 for admission for four ($32 value)
- $24 for admission for six ($48 value)
The Unofficial LEGO Museum
Some things are more than the sum of their parts—especially the exhibits at the Unofficial LEGO Museum, which was featured on A&E's "Shipping Wars". The parts in question are simple: tiny plastic bricks, considered kids' toys by most people. But when the museum's millions of bricks are put together, the result is the world's largest LEGO brick image. The space also houses massive sculptures of everything from an owl to a table of poker players, all looking at cards made of LEGOs. There's even a Spiderman statue, which museum-goers can pose with in pictures, or wait patiently next to, hoping he shoots LEGO webs out of his wrists.
“In an old school...no a/c but neat displays including a guiness world record! ”
“Was so amazing! Never saw anything like this and my kids loved looking at everything. Great thing to go to with children 5 and up. ”
“My 4 year old son and 9 year old nephew said its the best museum ever! They had so much fun!”