Kids will be able to let their imagination run wild to piece together the future of Space Travel with a novel exhibit at the Kennedy Space Centre Visitor Complex.
The interactive experience is part of LEGO educations’ Build to Launch with a digital Steam series created in collaboration with NASA.
This new exhibit aims to further the knowledge of the space industry with immersive interactive displays and hands-on activities.
The LEGO Space team, featuring Lego minifigures, will be on hand to discuss each role of the flight and grounds crew for a successful space mission.
The experience will have elements of a photo opportunity to be part of the crew of the LEGO Space team and a build table where visitors can make their own space exhibit through engineering concepts.
“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,” Therrin Protze, chief operating officer, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, said. “The LEGO Education Build to Launch exhibit is a great example of how we engage guests in a fun, colourful and meaningful way, and provides a space to explore the world of STEAM while also learning about the latest Moon mission – Artemis I.”