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Brickman Wonders Of The World

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Photograph: Brickman Wonders of the World
Photograph: Brickman Wonders of the World

Time Out says

Kids and those young-at-heart, this upcoming exhibition in Singapore is for you! From March 12 to July 3, this interactive LEGO exhibition will take you on a journey through some of the world’s famous landmarks from the Leaning Tower Of Pisa to Mount Rushmore to Mona Lisa – merging the love of travelling and LEGO together.

Housed at the Science Centre Singapore, Brickman Wonders of the World  features over 1.4 million individual LEGO bricks and takes over 205 days to assemble them. The models are put together by The Brickman team of skilled Lego artists, led by Ryan McNaught. He is one of only 21 LEGO-certified professionals in the world. Here’s a chance to witness over 50 jaw-dropping creations of the world’s most iconic landmarks and discover how each of these epic masterpieces are brought to life through arts, technology and science; no passport required!

A few notable landmarks to look out for when you visit include the Great Pyramid of Giza, Leaning Tower of Pisa, Taj Mahal and the Mount Rushmore National Monument. Explore other large-scale LEGO brick masterpieces such as the intricate RHS Titanic, Great Wall of China, Tokyo Subway Map, the Great Barrier Reef and the Golden Gate Bridge.

You can also be mesmerised whilst learning more about other world-famous landmarks such as the Arc De Triomphe, St Basil the Blessed Church and the Himeji Castle. And of course, look forward to Singapore’s very own Merlion at the exhibition.

Every model is custom-built and packed with fun details to educate, entertain and inspire all LEGO fans. As part of the exhibition, guests can also get creative and build their own mini models using over one million LEGO bricks that have been placed in Master Builder Zones around the exhibition.

Admission tickets to the Brickman Wonders Of The World are available for purchase here.


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