Watch This Time Lapse Video of How the National Building Museum’s ICEBERGS Was Built

Watch This Time Lapse Video of How the National Building Museum’s ICEBERGS Was Built

The National Building Museum debuted its interactive display of 50-foot icebergs floating through the Great Hall on July 2. Watch how the exhibit, inspired by the designers’ interest in climate change, got made in this one-minute time lapse video documenting it’s progress from June 10 to its opening.

ICEBERGS is open from July 2 until September 5. Tickets are $16 for adults, $13 for kids, students, and seniors. Video courtesy of Work Zone Cam.

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