Winter school holidays are so close, the countdown is officially on. If you are looking for an activity that the whole tribe, young and old can enjoy – you’ve got to check out these LEGO themed activities.
Towers of Tomorrow with LEGO Bricks
WHERE: Ipswich Art Gallery – Brisbane
WHEN: Until July 9
This exhibition is all about famous architecture with 12 iconic mega towers from Australian and Asian cities. The buildings have all been made to scale and created using only LEGO bricks. The tribe will recognise buildings including Gold Coast’s Q1, Melbourne’s Eureka Tower and Sydney Tower. Other buildings that will wow the kids include China’s Shanghai Tower and Malaysia’s Petronis Twin Towers. Then when you’ve taken in the wonders of the Towers of Tomorrow, your budding architects can build their very own sky scrapers with LEGO bricks.
Brickman Wonders of the World
WHERE: Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre – Perth
WHEN: Until July 30
Ryan McNaught is also known as the Brickman and is one of only 14 LEGO certified professionals in the world. This exhibition will leave you gobsmacked with the detail of the world’s most famous man made wonders all built from LEGO. Some of the wonders include the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the Golden Gate Bridge, Big Ben and the Empire State Building with King Kong hanging from the top of it. This exhibition took Ryan 4944 hours to build so it’s most definitely worth checking out with the tribe.
The LEGO Batman Experience
WHERE: Legoland Discovery Centre – Melbourne
WHEN: July 1 – 16
A visit to Legoland is always packed with fun, but these school holidays be sure to stop by for the LEGO Batman Experience. The tribe can meet and greet the characters of the LEGO Movie including LEGO Batman, complete LEGO Batman challenges with a MINILAND Scavenger Hunt where you can win loads of great prizes and take a photo inside the LEGO Gotham City.
Rouse Hill House and Farm in LEGO bricks
WHERE: Rouse Hill House – Sydney
WHEN: On now
This is a display also created by expert LEGO builder, Ryan McNaught. It’s a full model of Rouse Hill House and it’s surrounding farm land and buildings as well as the farm animals that live at Rouse Hill Farm. Made from over 200,000 loose LEGO bricks, this exhibition is a fun experience for the young and young at heart. Visitors to the exhibition are invited to create their own LEGO creations and even the littlest tribe members will be able to build something with a special DUPLO wall available.
Have you seen any of these fantastic LEGO events? Tell us what your tribe loved about them!