A force behind music, mosaics, machines, and more
Has any other toy influenced pop culture in the past 40 years more than Rubik's Cube? Music, art, movies, television — just name it and the Cube has been there.
Marvel at the engineering masterpiece that is the Giant Cube. Create your own haiku, or appreciate a priceless work of Rubik’s Cube art. Take a moment and celebrate the artists and engineers who have been inspired by the Cube.
Beyond Rubik’s Cube features a 10 ft tall, 2,367 lb working Rubik’s Cube that you can control.
You get to manipulate an object that's about the size of a car, and there are 43,252,003,274,489,856,000 possible combinations. Feel the power!
To celebrate the 15th anniversary of the Rubik’s Cube’s invention, Fred Cuellar of Diamond Cutters International crafted a Cube from diamonds, rubies, emeralds, amethyst, sapphire, and 18-karat yellow gold. The result is a priceless and beautiful work of art called The Masterpiece Cube.
This Cube, valued at $2.5 million, was unveiled in 1995, but was never displayed publicly until it became part of this exhibition. Now, it will travel internationally as a part of Beyond Rubik’s Cube.
The plastic clicking of a turning Rubik’s Cube is not exactly music to the ears. Cube Symphony changes that. Visitors to Beyond Rubik's Cube can actually create music using a Cube. Colored lights flash to the rhythm of the music.
This robot has one job. It can’t walk or talk, but it sure can solve a Rubik’s Cube. The Beyond Rubik's Cube robot joins a long and proud history of robots built to make order from the colorful chaos of Ernő Rubik’s Cube. If you can’t solve your own Cube while enjoying the exhibition, just hand it off to this amazing robot and it will be solved in a matter of seconds.
In the exhibition, visitors will have an opportunity to create their own Cube mosaic as a team. Assemble the iconic Statue of Liberty or create a unique mosaic all your own! Artist Pete Fecteau, known for his awe-inspiring Rubik’s Cube mosaic of Martin Luther King, Jr., also crafted a special mosaic of Rubik’s Cube inventor Ernő Rubik for Beyond Rubik’s Cube.
Cube man was originally crafted as a bronze-concept Rubik’s Cube by Ernő Rubik. Now he has been reimagined as a life-sized companion.
Take a selfie with him. Cube Man loves the attention.
Painstakingly handcrafted by artists Matt Donovan and Hallie Siegel, the Haikube features cube faces with words that visitors can rearrange to create an endless number of haikus.