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They're back and they are looking for people to feast off of! Except, they're absolutely not going to be any danger and they can't chase you. But if you have seen the movie Jurassic World, then you are going to be delighted. Recreating the movie with some of the best dinosaurs attacking, the Brickman display is going to delight audiences.
Jurassic World is such an incredible movie - it has held up even to today. The sight of dinosaurs is awe-inspiring and incredible. These sights are being recreated with LEGO bricks. The Brickman display will show large-scale dinosaurs, props, scenes and activities that you can get involved in. There is also an enormous 4.8m long Baryonyx that is going to take people's breath away. This monster takes 102,317 LEGO bricks to build.
When you get to the display, you will walk through the iconic gates, explore the lab, see baby dinosaurs in their enclosures, and see the T-Rex, Triceratops and more. What's more is you will get the chance to build your own piece, -whatever you want to build with 2.5 million bricks. Get involved in palaeontology, mystery mosaics, island-building, hybrid dinosaur creations and much more. All of these things are made completely with LEGO and can be interacted with.
Everyone is allowed to get involved with this. The display has taken two years to create. It is not just for children - adults are more than welcome to get involved in all of the displays and creation labs. Tickets for adults are $29.90. It opens the gates on September 24th and doesn't close until February 5th 2023. Most days, they are open between 9am and 5pm, but hours can vary. Check the website for more details and make sure to book in advance to avoid disappointment.