Brick building fun for kids in South Gippsland this Spring
Melbourne's touring LEGO exhibition heads back to Wonthaggi this September, giving Gippsland kids the opportunity to tap into their inner 'Master Builder' in the Spring school holidays.
INSIDE the BRICK's travelling Interactive Play & LEGO Model Exhibition will set up in Wonthaggi North Primary School, offering plenty of brick building fun for kids of all ages.
INSIDE the BRICK Wonthaggi
Gaze in awe at the impressive collection of LEGO creations on display including Star Wars sets, the impressive moving LEGO train, key world landmarks in LEGO form, and much more.
Incredible Lego displays
It isn't all about 'looking but not touching' at INSIDE the BRICK; kids visiting the Wonthaggi exhibition will have plenty of hands-on activities to keep little fingers busy. A huge 'Build Zone' will be ready for your kids to build up a storm, with challenges set throughout the day. Your kids will be set challenges to build Minion characters, Minecraft worlds, and architecture.
Not forgetting the wee ones, with Duplo on hand to captivate toddlers. The Dulpo construction zone offers even the littlest builders the opportunity to get creative.
Other activities include the race ramp, where your kids build a moving vehicle out of LEGO and race other creations to the finish line. You and your kids can also piece together cargo to add to the aforementioned moving train.
All sessions for INSIDE the BRICK are staggered to avoid crowding, and to give everyone an opportunity to view the impressive LEGO displays. Sessions begin every hour, and once you are inside you can stay as long as you wish.
INSIDE the BRICK also offers Sensory Friendly Session to families impacted by Autism Spectrum Disorders. These sessions are reserved for 9am on Sunday, and provide families with a low volume environment with reduced visitor numbers. Be aware that numbers and noise increases steadily from 10am.
INSIDE the BRICK Wonthaggi is set to be the best school holiday activity you can do with your kids this Spring. Tickets for the exhibition are available to buy HERE. Book online and save. Book before August 17, 2016 for 20% off all tickets