Over 2.5 million toy building bricks were used to recreate a variety of Dallas landmarks, including the American Airlines Center and the Nasher Sculpture Center, which are currently on display at Galleria Dallas.
Dallas CityScape features a number of Dallas buildings that have been made with LEGOS, and the exhibit can be viewed now at Galleria Dallas as a part of the shopping center's 30th Anniversary celebration.
Other buildings in the exhibit that have been built out of the toy bricks include the Dee and Charles Wyly Theater, Galleria Dallas, Hyatt Regency Hotel, Reunion Tower, Old Red Courthouse and more.
Also, as a part of this year's exhibit, guests can insert provided toy cars into a speedway and watch them race through the track's multiple levels.
The money raised from Dallas CityScape benefits East Dallas Community Schools, which is a nonprofit organization that operates learning centers for children ages nine and below.
Tickets to see Dallas Cityscape cost $5 for ages 2 and up, while children younger than two can enter for free. For more information visit www.DallasCityScape.com.