GREEN BAY-APPLETON, Wis. (WFLA/WBAY) – Flowers aren’t the only things drawing people to the Green Bay Botanical Gardens this summer.
The attraction now has a Lego display called “Nature Connects” that opened Friday.
It highlights more than a dozen sculptures by a renowned New York artist who is famous for using Legos to design high-profile pieces.
“The exhibit features 16 sculptures throughout the garden in settings that are– we believe really relate well to these actual sculpture, where you would maybe naturally see a dragon fly near a pond, so you see the dragon fly behind me on our pond,” said the executive director of the botanical gardens, Susan Garot.
It took three years to bring the exhibit to the city because of its popularity.
It will be on display at the botanical gardens through August.