Whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure, for the first time or the fortieth, New York City never fails to excite visitors with its heart-pounding mix of museums, theaters, restaurants, shopping and must-see attractions. Dubbed “The City That Never Sleeps,” it’s a world stage of finance, politics, art and media – entertaining and engaging all in a melting pot of culture, creativity and tenacity.
If the last time you picked up a Lego was sometime around the first grade, prepare to be amazed. CNN has called "The Art of the Brick" one of the "Top Ten Global Must-See Exhibitions." New York artist Nathan Sawaya's medium-of-choice is the Lego, yes, those colorful plastic bricks that satisfied your earliest creative urges. His whimsical works have toured the world – from Shanghai to Sydney – and, currently, these sculptural wonders are on display at the Discovery Times Square Museum. It's enough to make you dig through your parents' attic in search of your long-lost Legos.
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