Wrigley Field: Lego-Sized

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A museum is currently featuring a replica of Wrigley Field – made entirely out of Legos.

57,960 Lego bricks were assembled together, to create a miniature version of the “Friendly Confines”.

The replica is part of the Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory’s “Big Leagues, Little Bricks” exhibit, in Louisville, Kentucky. Out of all of the displays, the Wrigley sculpture used the most Legos.

The showing features 15 Lego creations in total, including other stadium replicas, player portraits, and baseball-related works of art.

The exhibit will run through September 2nd. For more information, visit sluggermuseum.com.

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