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Brickman: Wonders of the World

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50 world wonders made from Lego on display at Melbs Museum
A massive interactive Lego exhibition of awe-inspiring attractions from all around the world will be on display at the Melbourne Museum from Saturday 1 April until Sunday 7 May 2017.



Sure to delight all kids and kids at heart, the Lego exhibition, titled Brickman: Wonders of the World, will feature attractions from around the world built out of Lego. The wonders of the world made completely out of Lego that will be on show will include the Empire State Building, the Arc De Triomphe, the Great Wall of China, Big Ben, the Leaning Tower of Pisa and Michelangelo's David statue.



Lego Certified Professional (the only one in the Southern Hemisphere) and Melbourne local, Ryan 'The Brickman' McNaught has created more than 50 intricate models for the exhibition, which will take children on a hands-on educational journey through history, teaching them more about each attraction, as well as wowing them with their size and detail.

Master builder zones in the museum will also allow future Lego Certified Professionals to practice and improve their Lego building abilities, as well as even assist in building some display models.



Tickets to the exhibition can be bought online via Ticketek here. Booking tickets beforehand is advised. Each day is divided into sessions, with each session lasting around about 1.5 hours.

Running from Saturday 1 April until Sunday 7 May in the Touring Hall, Brickman: Wonders of the World is a perfect school holiday activity for the kids and a fun day out for the whole family.
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Why? Using Lego to sculpture famous attractions from around the world takes skill
When: 1 April - 7 May 2017 from 10am (closing times vary)
Phone: 13 11 02
Where: Melbourne Museum
Cost: $20 - $95
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