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An amazing look at the world if it was made of LEGO
To parents, LEGO are those loveable little bricks that hurt like hell when you step on them and get stuck in the vacuum cleaner. But to kids, they are a childhood rite of passage used to build whole new worlds.
For kids who love LEGO, the 'Wonders of the World' LEGO Exhibition at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre is one not to be missed. Curated by the Southern Hemisphere's only LEGO Certified Professional (who knew it was a real job?) Ryan McNaught, this exhibition will feature some of the wonders of the world made entirely from LEGO.
The exhibition will run from Thursday, 22th June to Sunday, 30 July – see the Empire State Building – complete with King Kong, Big Ben, The Leaning Tower of Pisa and Michelangelo's Statue of David, all without leaving Perth!
It's not just an opportunity to explore a world of amazing LEGO wonders, but a chance for kids (and the big kids – AKA, parents) to learn a bit more about these great achievements in a fully interactive and educational experience.
If your kids simply can't keep their hands off things, they will have the opportunity to put their own building talents on display in the master builder zones. Visitors are encouraged to spend around 90 minutes exploring the displays, which will open at 9:30am daily. You can read more about the exhibition here. You can purchase tickets at the Ticketek website
This is an exhibition for the little and big kids alike – be amazed at these amazing structures and you'll never look at LEGO in the same way again.