Sybil B. Harrington Gallery, Level 3

Walkthrough the giant cardboard castle into a world that’s waiting to be built with nothing but your wild imagination and engineering skills. Practice the principles of innovating, designing, and constructing at this engaging exhibition. From buildings to bridges (and everything in between), Guests will be able to create their own unique experience. Build the ultimate cardboard fort, design sturdy bridges, or even create your dream house—it’s completely up to you and your wild imagination!

This hands-on exhibition inspires teamwork and creativity through various engaging activities including:

  • Cardboard creation area
  • LEGO building zone
  • Adventure jumbo building blocks
  • City design chalkboard wall
  • Construction time-lapse videos
  • Bulldozer, digger, and dump truck simulator
  • And more!

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 “We started building lego towers, wrote our initials in Legos on the Lego wall, played in the Build A Bear house, had fun on the Bulldozer simulator, built and knocked over the glow in the dark building area, and designed our dream house. The kids were very intrigued by all the different stages of construction. We made a mini-castle using tape and scissors in the cardboard construction area. All the different style building blocks were incredible! And I loved that they had the brand available to see in case you wanted to buy your own. The time-lapse videos of construction and demolition was fun for all ages. My kids asked questions for the rest of the day about how to demolish buildings!” @phoenixwithtwins

 “At the Arizona Science Center, you can walk through the giant cardboard castle into a world that allows you to create your own experience and let your imagination GO WILD! 👷‍♀️🏗 We spent hours creating building indoors. Our gamers loved it! 👷‍♂️ 👷‍♀️ if you have gamers 😎 This will get them OUT THE DOOR 🚪” @sparklemomm.blog

  “We spent 3 hours in just the Build It area! We all enjoyed it so much! Glad to be members!” Elizabeth Steele