BREVARD COUNTY, Fla. — Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex has added a new Lego exhibit that allows visitors to learn about the space industry and the future of space travel.
What You Need To Know
- Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex has a new exhibit
- Lego's Build to Launch series has come to life with hands-on activities and interactive displays
- The exhibit lets visitors learn more about the space industry and the future of space travel
The STEAM-focused exhibit called Build to Launch: A STEAM Exploration Series was created as a digital series through a partnership between Lego and NASA.
The exhibit brings the digital learning series to life through hands-on activities and interactive displays.
“Our primary goal at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is to educate and inspire the next generation of space explorers, and Lego Education has been challenging young minds for decades,” Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex chief operating officer Therrin Protze said in a statement. “The Lego Education Build to Launch exhibit is a great example of how we engage guests in a fun, colorful and meaningful way, and provides a space to explore the world of STEAM while also learning about the latest Moon mission — Artemis I.”
In addition to Lego Minifigures, the exhibit also features life-sized versions of the Lego Space Team characters, including Flight Director Maria, Program Manager Daniel and Engineer Avery.
The Build to Launch exhibit is included with admission to Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. The series is also available free online.
Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex has a number of space-themed activities and exhibits, including the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame, the Rocket Gardens, Space Shuttle Atlantis and the new Planet Play.
For more information, visit kennedyspacecenter.com.