Released January 16, 2024

Announcing Towers of Tomorrow with LEGO® Bricks

INDIANAPOLIS (Jan. 12, 2024) — The Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites, Museums of History NSW and Flying Fish present Towers of Tomorrow with LEGO® Bricks, an interactive exhibition combining the science of architecture with the creativity of design in a lively, imaginative space.

Featuring a remarkable 20 iconic skyscrapers hailing from North America, Asia and Australia, the exhibition is a testament to the limitless potential of LEGO® bricks. From the towering Burj Khalifa to the majestic Petronas Towers, the exhibition spotlights a breathtaking array of architectural wonders designed by Australia’s Ryan “The Brickman” McNaught, one of only 21 LEGO® Certified Professionals worldwide.

The exhibition will be open at the Indiana State Museum from Jan. 20-May 12, with a special preview for members on Jan. 19. Presented locally by OneAmerica with additional support from Guidon, the exhibition features a carefully curated collection of towers showcasing world-renowned landmarks that have left an indelible mark on city skylines and global architecture, including:

  • Burj Khalifa
  • Chrysler Building
  • CN Tower
  • Crown Sydney
  • Empire State Building
  • Eureka Tower
  • Infinity Tower
  • Petronas Twin Towers
  • Q1 Tower
  • Shanghai Tower
  • Tokyo Skytree
  • Willis (Sears) Tower

Visitors of all ages can create their own “towers of tomorrow” from over 200,000 loose LEGO® bricks in hands-on construction areas and add their creations to a steadily rising futuristic LEGO® metropolis inside the exhibition.

“This extraordinary collaboration between Museums of History NSW and Flying Fish brings together the finest in architectural artistry and creative expression. Brought to life by the talented Ryan McNaught and his team, these towering LEGO® creations are testaments to human ingenuity and limitless imagination. We are excited to share this stunning exhibition with audiences of all ages, as we celebrate engineering, design and play,” said Jay Brown, Principal and Managing Director of Flying Fish.

Ryan McNaught and his incredible team of builders invested more than 2,000 hours and used over half a million LEGO® bricks to meticulously craft each of the exhibition’s architectural masterpieces. This detail and passion shine through, making Towers of Tomorrow with LEGO® Bricks a must-see for enthusiasts of architecture, design and LEGO® innovation.

This exhibition is free for members and included with museum admission, which is $20 for adults, $14 for youth (ages 3-17) and $18 for seniors. Visitors can go to to buy admission and learn more about the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites’ 12 locations across the state.

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About the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites
The Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites is a museum system with 12 locations across the state, offering visitors a chance to engage with Indiana’s past and present and see how their actions help shape the future. At each location, visitors are invited to explore big questions and create lasting experiences that will resonate long after each visit ends. Whether interested in art or architecture, history or science, there’s something for everyone and every interest. The Indianapolis museum is located in White River State Park in the heart of downtown Indianapolis. The historic sites are located across the state, stretching from Rome City in northeastern Indiana to Evansville in the southwest. Learn more at

About Flying Fish
A leading creator of traveling exhibitions, Flying Fish collaborates with top museums and science centers to produce extraordinary and influential experiences. Our exhibitions have impacted millions of visitors, from Melbourne to New York, generating sustainable income for their clients and inspiring fans worldwide.
For Museums. By Museums.

For media inquiries about Flying Fish, please contact Anna Clark at [email protected]

About Museums of History NSW
Museums of History NSW brings our museums to life through a dynamic and diverse program of exhibitions, research, and events such as walks, talks and tours so that our visitors can experience Sydney’s past as if they had lived it themselves. Since 1993, Museums of History NSW has toured 40 exhibitions to 95 venues, seen by more than 1.8 million people. Our traveling exhibitions enable us to reach wider audiences, stimulating public interest in history, architecture, and design. Their commitment to the audience is to maintain the museums, landscapes and collections with integrity whilst presenting the narrative of each in contemporary, compelling, and relevant ways. We bring a considered and thoughtful approach to revealing the contemporary currency in places and things and providing pleasure and enthusiasm for learning.