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Last week, the National Building Museum announced its summer exhibit: “ICEBERGS,” in which the interior of the museum will be transformed into an underwater “glacial ice field” with the installation of structures—some as tall as 56 feet—and blue paneling. It follows the success of last summer’s “THE BEACH,” in which the interior of the museum was filled with plastic balls that may or may not have given you pink eye. Below are suggestions for future installations, in which the interior of the museum is transformed into, well, you get the idea.
This summer: icebergs. Next summer: pyramids?
HIDDEN TEMPLE, FOUND
If the museum knows what’s good for them, they’ll tap into millennial nostalgia and recreate the famed obstacle course from Nickelodeon’s Legends of the Hidden Temple.
EVERYTHING IS LEGO!
Millenials can use oversized LEGO bricks and Lincoln Logs to build their favorite structures, like standing desks and tiny houses.
What’s better than “THE BEACH”? How about a quicksand pit that visitors can “lose themselves” in.
Photo by AgnosticPreachersKid/Flickr Creative Commons; Illustrations by Lauren Heneghan