Brickosaurs World features more than 60 life-sized dinosaurs.
Life-size LEGO dinosaur sculptures are coming to Singapore Zoo and River Wonders from Nov 13, 2021 to May 3, 2022.
Brickosaurs World features more than 60 dinosaurs built using 1.5 million LEGO bricks and took over 8,548 hours to complete.
The event aims to educate visitors about animals on the brink of extinction and what can be done to save them using the dinosaurs as a fun but cautionary tale. This will be done through digital interactive trails on visitors’ phones.
The event also features an exciting line-up of activities that range from an immersive maze of hidden clues and puzzles, craft workshops to design your very own dino masks and mini dino figurines using recycled materials and origami techniques, as well as an archaeological treasure hunt.
An outdoor LEGO pop-up store will be set up at Singapore Zoo’s Pavilion by the Lake to celebrate the dinosaurs’ arrival, boasting special deals, unique diorama displays and activities.
One such activity involves families getting the chance to build their very own creations at LEGO Playtables.
Tickets cost $82 for adults and $57 for kids from three to 12 years old. If you go between Nov 13 and Dec 24, 2021, you can enjoy a 40 per cent off the prices listed. You must however go to both parks on the same day and be a local resident to get this discount.
Visitors will be able to redeem an exclusive LEGO Minifigure with every child admission ticket purchased.
For people who have not used your SingapoRediscovers Vouchers, this showcase is your chance as they can be used to purchase tickets.
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