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Rocket Racer

This is my Rocket Racer. I would use its twin rocket boosters to get around faster than ever. I would use its Drag Racer features to race with my friends. The rockets make you tavel at nearly 1,000,000 mph. The Drag Racer features are good for derbys. All in all this would be a good car for me.


This entry was submitted by Ayden Haase in the 8-13 age group.

The LEGO® Travel Adventure exhibit is at The Children's Museum of Indianapolis through July 22, 2012.



Hammerhead

Since my vehicle has wings, I would fly to see the world, especially all the ancient civilization. Hammerhead would fly to China and Egypt. I would like to explore the mummies and dig for early Chinese coins as well as other see other artifacst above ground. On the front of the vehicle there is a hammer that would help uncover the ancient treasures of the earth.


This entry was submitted by Jackson Fought in the 8-13 age group.

The LEGO® Travel Adventure exhibit is at The Children's Museum of Indianapolis through July 22, 2012.


 

C-Fighter

Flight of the C-Fighter

One time I found a bunch of rocks, but hidden with the rocks was…the C-Fighter! With the C-Fighter were the controls. How lucky was I! Now what would you do if you were me and you found the C-Fighter? Well, before long I started flying it. One time I learned how to fly it in space. Another time I flew to a galaxy far far away and met some aliens. I even learned a new game that they sold in the alien stores. It was called “Fix the Brain.” And there was no day or night, so I could play it without getting sleepy. (You could play it forever.) The game was so awesome. It was just like a puzzle except you had to use your head. You wore helmets that had Velcro so it would be a bit easier. After awhile I decided to go home. But when I came back in the C-Fighter…there were lots and lots of asteroids! I almost crashed. Good thing it is shaped like a C with a big gap in the center. I eventually made it safely home. What a fun adventure in my C-Fighter! (Now eventually I would lose my C-Fighter and the instructions…but you may find it and go on your own adventure. You would be lucky!)


This entry was submitted by Evan Birky in the 4-7 age group.

The LEGO® Travel Adventure exhibit is at The Children's Museum of Indianapolis through July 22, 2012.



The Space Conqueror

I will soar across the plains and the prairies, the ocean and the lakes. I will travel over land and over sea. I am the Space Conqueror. No one can conquer me.


This entry was submitted by Greg Tielking in the 8-13 age group.

The LEGO® Travel Adventure exhibit is at The Children's Museum of Indianapolis through July 22, 2012.



 

Pack Ratter

My Pack Ratter vehicle has sensors, safety lights and a roomy cargo area. It can take me safely anywhere. My adventure would start in outer space! I would go to the sun and the moon. I would go to the moon to see all the big holes in it. Then, I would go to Pluto and take a tape measure to see how big it is (even though it might take two tape measures). After all my space adventures I would come back to earth and go to Florida and then go back home.


This entry was submitted by Jeremy Wachman in the 4-7 age group.

The LEGO® Travel Adventure exhibit is at The Children's Museum of Indianapolis through July 22, 2012.


Rock Star

I think I would go to a desert and have a picnic there. After my picnic, I'll rock and roll on my truck. Rock and roll means ride. Then I'll go to play guitar at the band. And then I'll go home and sleep. And then I will wake up and eat my guitar cereal. This is the end that I have to say "The End."


This entry was submitted by Trevor Vaccino in the 4-7 age group.

The LEGO® Travel Adventure exhibit is at The Children's Museum of Indianapolis through July 22, 2012.


 

Sand Crawler

This machine is used in the desert to find new species, to find the lost, etc. One adventure I would have is going through the entire dessert and finding a different species called Drakeo. The Drakeo would be able to cure diseases. The Drakeo has spikes on its back. It is greenish brown with small teeth. On my machine, the legs would be able to climb sand dunes and giant rocks. After my adventure, diseases could be cured easier.


This entry was submitted by Will Staggs in the 8-13 age group.

The LEGO® Travel Adventure exhibit is at The Children's Museum of Indianapolis through July 22, 2012.


 

NATER T. DEVIL SHIP

I would fly to China,Japan,Africa,Russia,Europe, and Italy. I would sail across the oceans to see the beautiful islands. I would go across the Atlantic Ocean,Pacific Ocean, Artic Ocean,and the Indian Ocean. also the air and sea craft can go into space. I would go into the Milky Way to Saturn,Mars,Uranus,and Jupiter. That is what the The NATER T. DEVIL SHIP can do.

This entry was submitted by Nathaniel Turnipseed in the 8-13 age group.

The LEGO® Travel Adventure exhibit is at The Children's Museum of Indianapolis through July 22, 2012.


The Aircrafter

My dream vehicle can go the anywhere in space except the moon and the sun. It's also allowed to drive on the clouds and to jump from cloud to cloud. Sometimes it goes to the Indy 500 to race. When it goes there it almost alway wins the first place. It's allowed to drive upside down and right now it is on the Planet of the Green Grapes. At the Planet of the Green Grapes the Aircrafter has to fight giant grapes that are green.


This entry was submitted by Alan Mingus in the 4-7 age group.

The LEGO® Travel Adventure exhibit is at The Children's Museum of Indianapolis through July 22, 2012.

 

Pink Wagon

This is a wagon for a princess. It'll take me to dreamland where pink flowers are everywhere. It can glide on ice and snow, it will float on the waters too. My little white pony will take me anywhere I want and I'll just read and draw when he's doing that.


This entry was submitted by Sarah Mingus in the 4-7 age group.

The LEGO® Travel Adventure exhibit is at The Children's Museum of Indianapolis through July 22, 2012.


 

Cabin-Emergency Bus

This Cabin-Emergency Bus can go anywhere you want. He is an awesome hero. When there is an emergency the top can come off and rescue someone underwater while the bottom (which has wheels) stays to wait. But....if the top needs help the bottom will zoom off and get the things they need. One day he was at his hospital but then there was an emergency and he went to the rescue at an ocean. The wheels popped off and the top slide underwater to save a little boy but then he was sinking fast and he called the bottom piece to go get a hook to pull him out. When the bottom pulled him out with his hook... the top snapped onto the bottom and it went right to the hospital. The doctors were waiting to come and when they got there they said the little boy was okay because the bottom pulled him up with the hook quick enough. Then they went to the little boys house and dropped him off to his family. The little boy said Thank you. They are still continuing even today.


This entry was submitted by Caleb Nichols in the 4-7 age group.

The LEGO® Travel Adventure exhibit is at The Children's Museum of Indianapolis through July 22, 2012.


 

Super Engine

"I would take it on the adventure of my life. I would go to a place with stories and I would watch a special movie about a dog, like my puppy. Then, I would take my super engine back home and I would be the special engine master that puts the coal in the engine. My super engine will carry special loads."


This entry was submitted by James White in the 4-7 age group.

The LEGO® Travel Adventure exhibit is at The Children's Museum of Indianapolis through July 22, 2012.


Moon Crawler

The dream machine I made is called a moon crawler. I chose that because I like space equipment. I am going to fly to the moon and back in my moon crawler. I will start out on a runway going faster and faster and then go straight up into space. There are 3 rocket boosters- 1 on each wing and 1 on the belly. These help the crawler take off and go really fast. It has a trunk on the back that opens and closes. This is where I will go in and out of and sit during the flight. There are lights on the trunk to help me see if it gets foggy or dark. There are big wheels that will allow me to drive over craters on the moon. There is a yellow gun on the trunk that can shoot mustard at space creatures if they bother me. I can come back to earth any time I want. When I am not in space, I can drive my moon crawler around on earth just like any other vehicle. There are 12 stars and a flag on the crawler


This entry was submitted by Parker James in the 4-7 age group.

The LEGO® Travel Adventure exhibit is at The Children's Museum of Indianapolis through July 22, 2012.



Flying Fire Truck

Sometimes there are fires on the moon. You need the fire truck to put out the fire. The green horn on the front squirts out water. The wing on the back helps it to fly to the moon. It can also fly to Antarctica and to Florida. PS: I am 4 years old, and almost 5. I have never been to Florida before.


This entry was submitted by Eli Johnson in the 4-7 age group.

The LEGO® Travel Adventure exhibit is at The Children's Museum of Indianapolis through July 22, 2012.

 

Fourpid

My name is Jack. I am eight years old. The name of my vehicle is a fourpid. Policeman use it when chasing thieves. It has regular wheels for roads but if thieves are up on a skyscraper the driver can pop off the regular wheels. The sticky tires in the middle will move into place. These special tires can climb up walls or buildings. I use my fourpid to protect the city. I LOVE LEGOS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


This entry was submitted by Jack Eads in the 8-13 age group.

The LEGO® Travel Adventure exhibit is at The Children's Museum of Indianapolis through July 22, 2012.


The Awesomeness Ambassador

My Awesomeness Ambassador is a special space ship. It can go much further and faster than other space ships. In it, I will go explore all over the galaxy. First I will visit Pluto and see if there is any life form there that we haven't discovered. Next I will go home and get more supplies like gas, food, water, electricity, and new light bulbs. After that, I will go to Mercury and see if there's any life forms there. If I find life forms somewhere else, I will bring back proof in my Awesomeness Ambassador. And finally I will stay home and repair my space ship.

This entry was submitted by Ben Howard in the 8-13 age group.

The LEGO® Travel Adventure exhibit is at The Children's Museum of Indianapolis through July 22, 2012.



The Weird Submarine

I want to go way down where it is super dark to look at sunken ships like the Titanic and pirate ships. The hook is to grab treasures. The hose is to see out of the submarine. I will look for treasures through the hose and the colored windows around the submarine.

This entry was submitted by Jacob Cockerill in the 8-13 age group.

The LEGO® Travel Adventure exhibit is at The Children's Museum of Indianapolis through July 22, 2012.


 

Cargo Ship

I am going to cross the ocean. I will have the 10 rubber ducks on my ship. I will set them free in the ocean. I want to see where they go. I will sit in the front to watch for iceburgs. If it is a hot day, I can sit under the awning. If the big cargo ship sinks, I will get on the lifeboat in back. It can carry lots of cargo with me.

This entry was submitted by Emily Cockerill in the 4-7 age group.

The LEGO® Travel Adventure exhibit is at The Children's Museum of Indianapolis through July 22, 2012.


 

The Space Car

It can look up to space.
It can go super fast.
It can fly up to space.
I would fly to Venus.

This entry was submitted by Eli Facey in the 4-7 age group.

The LEGO® Travel Adventure exhibit is at The Children's Museum of Indianapolis through July 22, 2012.


Autoplane 8000

I will fly to Africa. I would first visit Egypt. Then I would turn it into a boat and sail to Madagascar then to China. Then I would come back to the US and go to Chicago. When I got tired of that I would go underwater into the Pacific Ocean as deep as I could. I would look for octopus and sharks. Then maybe I would go to Florida and go to the beach. Then I would come back home to Indiana and use it to go camping.

This entry was submitted by Josson Librant in the 4-7 age group.

The LEGO® Travel Adventure exhibit is at The Children's Museum of Indianapolis through July 22, 2012.