LEGOLAND discovery center Schaumburg celebrates Martin Luther King, Jr with a dream weekend exhibit

Legos are a must have toy for many boys and girls. Chicago is lucky to have LEGOLAND Discovery Center in Schaumburg, which celebrates the joys of Legos and all the creativity that they offer.

From January 16 through January 18, 2010, LEGOLAND Schaumburg is celebrating Martin Luther King, Jr with Dream Weekend.

Throughout the Dream Weekend celebration, parents and children can participate in an interactive mural that depicts King's "I Have a Dream" speech. The guests will build brick by brick a mosaic which is more than nine feet long comprised of over 16,000 bricks. In additional to the mural, children can add their thoughts and drawings to the Park's "Dream Box." A selection of these submissions will be posted on the LEGOLAND Discovery Center website.

LEGOLAND mosaic designer Dan Morey will be available to answer questions on the exhibit.

While at the Park, families can explore a multitude of other exhibits including the Technicycle, Dragon Ride, and a tour of the Lego factory. For a complete list of all exhibits, please click here.

LEGOLAND Discovery Center will be open 10 a.m. till 7 p.m. on January 16, 2010 through January 18, 2010.

LEGOLAND is located at at the Streets of Woodfield, 601 N. Martingale Road, Schaumburg, IL 60173 (Higgins Road and Martingale Road), 847-592-9700. For directions to LEGOLAND Discovery center, click here for a map.

Currently LEGOLAND is offering a promotion where ticket cost is $12. Click here for the coupon. This coupon represents a savings of $7 for adults and $3 for children.

With many children having a day off of school, a trip to LEGOLAND would be a fun and educational experience to celebrate the legacy of the Martin Luther King, Jr.

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