Get Nature!  Back by popular demand, the award-winning Nature Connects:  Art With LEGO Bricks exhibition by world-renowned artist, Sean Kenney, is now on display through May 7th at McKee Botanical Garden.


This year's exhibition features thirteen sculptures built with over 300,000 LEGO pieces never-before-seen at McKee including a Monarch Butterfly, Praying Mantis, Giant White Triumphator Lily, and a LEGO Brick Build Station, just to name a few!





Nature Connects Presenting Sponsors
David and Barbara McKenna


Sculpture Sponsors


A Friend of McKee – Lego Build Station
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Broadbent – Giant White Triumphator Lily Sponsor
Bill and Laura Buck –Mallard with Ducklings Sponsor
Marion and Willem de Vogel Foundation –Moth Orchid Sponsor
George E. Warren Corporation – Milk Snake and Field Mouse Sponsor
Bill and Cis Glavin –Rototiller Sponsor
The Majestic 11 - Birds and Squirrels at Feeder Sponsor
Bob and Gail Malin –Pileated Woodpecker Sponsor
Publix Super Markets Charities –Sundial Sponsor
The Schumann Family –Praying Mantis Sponsor
Spectrum Interior Design –Rabbit and Fox Mosaic Sponsor
Dace and King Stubbs –Garden Worker Sponsor
Wilmington Trust, N.A. – Butterfly Sponsor
Connie and Bob Wood –Bald Eagle Sponsor
This project is sponsored in part by the Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs, the Florida Council on Arts and Culture and the State of Florida (Section 286.25 Florida Statues)


LEGO® Brick Builders


A Friend of McKee
Mrs. Herman F. Becker
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence R. Brashears
Bert and Karen Condie
Joan and Al DeCrane
Mrs. J. Robert Edwards
Eileen Hoguet
Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Kaneb
The Jean Thomas Lambert Foundation
Alma Lee Loy
Sheila and George Marshall
Bob and Ellie McCabe
Lisa B. O’Brien
Gerri and Bob Ripp
Hap and Liz Schroeder
Warren and Virginia Schwerin
Lindy and Bill Street
Barbara T. Traphagen
Jean and Jim Ueltschi
Bill and Mary Ughetta
Elise and Roger Wellington
Kenneth L. Wessel




General admission rates apply:  $12 Adults, $11 Seniors, $8 Children ages 3-12.  McKee members and children under 3 free. 


Hours of admission:  Tuesday-Saturday 10am-5pm and Sunday Noon-5pm, closed Monday.












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