wrtyler captured great shots of the National Museum of Natural History and American History. The two models are part of a larger National Mall (Washington D.C.) project.
morecitybricks built a two story modular natural history museum. The build is home to three dinosaurs remains, which sound like a very fun place to visit on your next LEGO City field trip.
wrtyler completed the complex model of NGA - East Building, located in Washington D.C. The building is known for its triangular forms, which can be difficult to mimic in LEGO, however the micro version does a great job of capturing the angles.
Lasse Vestergård built the LEGO House, which is currently on display in the real LEGO House (Billund). The 1:100 scale model is part of a BIG exhibition, an honor achieved by builders of BIG models in LEGO.
Jet Kwan (aka legoarchitecturemoc) built a series of Berlin landmarks to form Museum Island. The beautiful MOC includes the Berlin Cathedral, Altes Museum, and Alte Nationalgalerie.
Bricky_Brick designed and rendered an amazing History Museum. The museum covers various time periods and contains the tomb of Anubis, the Discobolus of Myron, the Sunflowers of Van Gogh, and many more historical items. The three story modular is also loosely inspired from the movie "A Night at the Museum".
Caroline Mockett ARPS built a wonderful Micropolis Air & Space Museum. This model has many great parts, including the Rocket Garden, Astronauts' Memorial, and LEGO Space colored building.
Anthony SÉJOURNÉ the A21 Tribeca Art Gallery. The New York inspired scene is composed of two buildings creating a nice slice of urban life. Inside are small workshops, a mini scooter garage, and of course, art.
Inyong Lee built an alternative model to 10214 Tower Bridge set. The three story modular is quite stunning, and houses a museum and bakery.
gonkius built a nanoscale version of the Guggenheim Museum in New York. Incredibly the model uses just 24 pieces.