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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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