Do you have any Legos or other small toys collecting dust? The National Museum of Toys and Miniatures is asking people to donate colorful, palm-sized toys for a two-story sculpture that is being created while the museum is closed for renovations. Toys can be dropped off through Sept. 30 at five locations in the Kansas City area.
Do you have any Legos or other small toys collecting dust? The National Museum of Toys and Miniatures is asking people to donate colorful, palm-sized toys for a two-story sculpture that is being created while the museum is closed for renovations. Toys can be dropped off through Sept. 30 at five locations in the Kansas City area. File image
Do you have any Legos or other small toys collecting dust? The National Museum of Toys and Miniatures is asking people to donate colorful, palm-sized toys for a two-story sculpture that is being created while the museum is closed for renovations. Toys can be dropped off through Sept. 30 at five locations in the Kansas City area. File image

KC-based toy museum wants to turn your old playthings into art

August 11, 2014 06:32 PM