The exhibition will be housed at The Annexe in Science Centre Singapore, from March to July 2022.
Children and children-at-heart, mark your calendars!
From Mar 12, 2022 to Jul 3, 2022, an interactive LEGO exhibition, which will show off 50 of the world’s most iconic landmarks and scenes made completely by LEGO bricks, will be housed at the Science Centre Singapore.
The interactive LEGO exhibition, created by Ryan McNaught – one of only 21 LEGO Certified Professionals in the world – was made by 1.4 million individual LEGO bricks and was assembled over a whopping 205 days.
There are quite a few notable landmarks to look out for when you visit, including the replica of the Titanic, which weighs a whopping 120kg and is the heaviest among all the pieces.
As part of the exhibition, over one million LEGO bricks have been placed in Master Builder Zones around the exhibition, so that guests can create their own mini models beside the big one.
The zones are next to recreated landmarks like the Great Pyramid of Giza and the Great Barrier Reef, so you’ll be surrounded by inspiration!
Visitors will have to be fully vaccinated to visit, and will have to book ahead of time as walk-ins will not be allowed.
Tickets cost $21.80 per person and will go on sale on Dec 16 at 10am.
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