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Louisville, Ky. (WDRB) -- An new exhibit at the Louisville Slugger Museum combines a love of baseball with love for a childhood toy.
It showcases replicas of stadiums complete with crowds of people, one even has a retractable roof, and is made of over 35,000 Legos.
Guests can also get hands-on with the Legos, they can build their own artworks.
"Lego bricks are something that people remember playing with as kids, a lot of adults remember playing with them as kids. Kids today love building different kinds of sculptures and toys with their Lego bricks, and it really is an American icon," said Nathan Stalvey, Big Leagues, Little Bricks.
The exhibit, Big Leagues, Little Bricks, runs through September 2nd.
It's included in the general admission price for the museum.