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The world's largest display of LEGO® art is now open at MSI.
The world's largest LEGO exhibit and more are coming to MSI.
Explore holiday celebrations of more than 50 countries and cultures.
David Woody will oversee the development of our awe-inspiring exhibitions.
Discover the impact of Black architects throughout history in this new exhibit.
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MSI's historic 727 plane stars in a reimagined exhibit exploring modern aviation and the science of flight.
This boldly reimagined exhibition invites guests to explore the train that would reinvent travel and design.
The new Ships Gallery, presented by Captain Dave Truitt, showcases the highlights of ship design and evolution through beautifully detailed model ships.
Numbers In Nature: A Mirror Maze is MSI's newest permanent exhibit, which explains and exposes mathematical patterns found in nature and features an 1,800-square-foot mirror maze.
Science Storms explores the extraordinary science behind some of nature’s most powerful and compelling phenomena, including a 40-foot-tall indoor tornado, a tsunami tank and a Tesla coil launching lightning strikes!
The U-505 Submarine is the only German submarine in the United States, and, now, a national memorial to the 55,000 American sailors who gave their lives on the high seas in WWI and WWII.
YOU! The Experience celebrates the whole "you": mind, body and spirit. See your heart beat 13 feet tall and run inside a human-sized hamster wheel.
The amazing Colleen Moore's Fairy Castle structure, which took seven years and nearly $500,000 to create in 1935, has been at the Museum since 1949.
Fast Forward spotlights some of today’s visionaries working toward a limitless, sustainable future.
Extreme Ice explains and illustrates climate change through stunning photographic documentation and time-lapse videography.
See an amazing collection of bicycles, from the earliest prototypes to the latest innovations, in this gallery of bikes.
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