Lego Lovers across the Mornington Peninsula, prepare for your turn to go Inside the Brick during these September school holidays. This travelling Lego play zone promises to be even more interactive than ever before. Avid Lego constructors can dive head first into the "Build Zone" and let their imaginations run wild.
Inside the Brick is both a play and model exhibition for the Lego enthusiast. Everyone is catered for. Toddlers can play freely in the Duplo construction zone, while older children can build vehicles and test them on the specialty race ramp.
To add to the fun, there are regular build challenges where kids can compete in a friendly environment and other guided activities for kids of all ages.
Eyes will boggle at some of the Lego creations that will be on display. Though they are there to inspire and impress, kids can create 'cargo', which will be carried around on the moving train, too. Enabling them to interact with the exhibits.
Inside the Brick is being held at the Frankston Arts Centre, located at 27 Davey Street, Frankston from Thursday 22nd to Sunday 25th September 2016. Entry into the exhibition is deliberately staggered to avoid over-crowding. Sessions start hourly, but once inside you can stay and play for as long as you like.
To assist family impacted by Autism Spectrum Disorders, a special session will be held on Sunday at 9am featuring low volume music and announcements, along with a reduced number of visitors.
Sessions times often sell out, so it is wise to book in advance. Also, early purchase provides discounted tickets. Tickets can be booked through TryBooking and you can follow the link from the Inside the Brick website here.
Family tickets (2 adults, 3 children) are $44 in advance or $59 at the door. Single adult entry is $12 or $15 at the door. Children and concession tickets (ages 3 to 7 years) are $10 or $12 at the door. Children under 3 are admitted free when accompanied by an adult ticket holder. All children must be accompanied by an adult and fully supervised during this event.
There is parking at the Frankston Arts Centre or surrounding street parking in Frankston. The Frankston Arts Centre is within walking distance of the Frankston Train & Bus Station.