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We can go anywhere—over land, sea, and air—when we create extraordinary vehicles to take us where we want to go! To go on a travel adventure to exotic locations, you’ll need to think creatively, plan and build vehicles to move through all kinds of terrain, including mountains, oceans, jungles, and deserts, to name a few!

What Will You Build?

Get creative! Build your own vehicle at one of three build tables, then test it at the terrain table by rolling it up and down the side of a volcano, across a sandy beach, or around ocean obstacles. Share your creation digitally, too! 

Where Will You Go?

Suit up and hit the road! Dressed as pilots, sailors, racers, or world explorers, take the wheel of the life-sized toy vehicle, engage in large-motor play, and imagine traveling all the way around the world over multiple terrains.

How Will You Get There?

To reach travel destinations around the world, families will need the perfect vehicle. This area of the exhibit showcases all the types of vehicles they might consider building, placing professionally built brick models against dynamic backdrops of real-life destination.

Travel Adventure will be on display at the Centennial Library beginning January 20, 2018 and ending April 21, 2018. If you are an educator and are interested in scheduling a field trip, please call the Centennial Library's Youth Services department at 432-742-7445. 












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Travel Adventure Programs


​Thursday, February 1 at 4:00pm

Magnetic Rockets Program

Children will learn about space travel, make their own rockets, and move them with magnets


Saturday, February 3 at 1:30pm ​
Special Screening of "The LEGO Movie"
In conjunction with our Travel Adventure exhibit; enjoy a movie, free popcorn, and make a LEGO craft to take home


​Thursday, February 15 at 4:00pm

LEGO Wearables

Children will enjoy making hair clips, lapel pins, or bracelets using LEGO pieces and their own creativity