LEGO fans, young and old, will soon discover a whole new experience at Melbourne Museum. Have fun in six interactive build zones, gaze in amazement at over 150 models, and see incredible life-sized animals and other fantastical creations. Bricktionary: The Interactive LEGO brick Exhibition will open at Melbourne Museum on Saturday September 3.
Bricktionary: The Interactive LEGO brick Exhibition
This exciting exhibition was created by Ryan ‘The Brickman’ McNaught, iconic LEGO brick artist and the only LEGO Certified Professional in the southern hemisphere. The exhibition is based on his latest book, The Bricktionary: The Ultimate A-Z of Lego®, and is about using LEGO to inspire and encourage imagination.
“With over 150 models to inspire you, millions of LEGO bricks to build and play with, and six all-new build zones (including an Earthquake challenge), I can’t wait to see what Melburnians create!” said McNaught.
Expect some of the biggest and latest LEGO models, including models from McNaught’s book, the TV show Lego Masters Australia, and imaginative creations from the Brickman team. Some of these models have never been on display before in Melbourne.
This interactive experience will feature over 1 million LEGO bricks, and plenty of hands-on challenges for you to try. Create a model that will survive an earthquake, invent your own LEGO brick robot, and more!
“We are excited to welcome the Brickman team to Melbourne Museum for this colourful and fun exhibition,” said Linda Sproul, Director of Exhibitions and Audience Experiences at Museums Victoria. “LEGO inspires creativity in both kids and big kids at heart. At Melbourne Museum, we understand the power and importance of play-based learning and are thrilled to offer our visitors the chance to let their imaginations run wild with this wondrous exhibition.”
This exhibition should take about 60 to 90 minutes for you to enjoy. It will open on Saturday September 3. Tickets are on sale now.