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See the World's Most Iconic Structures made with Toothpicks at Tampa's Museum of Science & Industry

Something very small has arrived at Tampa’s Museum of Science & Industry and it's a huge deal!


Wooden Wonders of the World Tampa Museum of Science and Industry

Tampa’s Museum of Science & Industry has a brand new exhibit for the new year, and they have managed to fit the Eiffel Tower, the Great Wall of China and the Golden Gate Bridge all into the museum, how you may ask, well they are scale models made entirely from toothpicks!


Wooden Wonders of the World is an amazing display of engineering, design, and architecture.


Wooden Wonders of the World Tampa Museum of Science and Industry

The exhibition features painstaking recreations of 50 iconic building, built to an exacting 1:164 scale by hand out of toothpicks!


Many of the tallest buildings from the Washington Monument to current title-holder, the UAE’s Burj Khalifa, will be on display.


These models will take visitors through a global journey of engineering marvels, while inspiring the inner architect and designer in us all.

The exhibit even includes a 40-foot-long Golden Gate Bridge, making it the longest toothpick structure ever created, according to Guinness World Records.

Wooden Wonders of the World is on display at MOSI now through Memorial Day, May 29, 2023.


Wooden Wonders of the World Tampa Museum of Science and Industry

Tampa’s Museum of Science & Industry - MOSI for short - is a scientific playground with more than 100 hands-on activities!


Guests can lie on a bed of nails, build a robot, explore optical illusions, challenge themselves with hands-on brain puzzles, explore another world in a NASA-funded Mission: Moonbase lunar colony, learn about our solar system in the Saunders Planetarium, and defy gravity on the Sky Trail Ropes Course.


There’s no other place like it in Tampa Bay!


For more information head over to Tampa's MOSI website for details.


Wooden Wonders of the World Tampa Museum of Science and Industry



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