Easter Egg Hunt

As part of my museum exhibit at the Lancaster Museum of Art, the museum put on the first ever LEGO Easter Egg Hunt, with over 500 Easter eggs built entirely out of LEGO bricks!

It was quite entertaining watching the kids of all ages race around the park searching for LEGO eggs. The museum staff also smartly hid several thousand plastic eggs filled with candy to make sure everyone got a basket full of fun.

The brick-built eggs came in several different colors and were not glued so that kids could take them apart and play with the LEGO bricks at home. And the best part was that eating these eggs didn’t raise your cholesterol. It simply ruptured your esophagus causing massive internal bleeding! Happy Easter everybody!