ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- A new and popular exhibit at Rochester's Strong National Museum has both kids and adults "building up" with excitement.
The LEGO Travel Adventure officially opened to the public Saturday. It features large exhibits built entirely out of LEGOS, narrating the history of world travel.
The most popular parts of the exhibit are the free-building tables, where kids and parents let their imagination run wild.
"It's just what you put into it, and whatever you use from your own imagination. And that's what always so exciting about playing and growing and learning, is using your imagination," said Susan Trien, The Strong spokesperson.
"It's LEGOS, it doesn't have to make sense for it to come true. You know that, right?" said Ben Ketchum, LEGO enthusiast.
The LEGO Travel Adventure exhibit runs through May 12th, and is included in the cost of general admission.
YNN is a proud sponsor of this year's LEGO Travel Exhibit.