As a toy, Lego® is truly unique. We all have an affinity with those little bricks, using our young imaginations to build the best structures going. So, imagine a place where you could see professionally designed and built Lego® models…
Well, this is where Shrewsbury Museum & Art Gallery can help.
Open since 9 February, Brick History takes you on an incredible journey through the pivotal moments in history… in LEGO®!
This is an exhibition that offers something for parents, grandparents and children alike.
From tiny recreations of Concorde and Titanic that would sit in your hand, to a 1.5m square castle bustling with activity in periods of both peace and war, there is something for all to be amazed by and to admire.
What’s on for Kids?
Shrewsbury Museum & Art Gallery have created a Lego® haven for children, complete with a Lego playzone in which children can race a car, build their own fantastic Lego® creations taking inspiration from Brick History and have fun with the Lego® graffiti wall!
But that’s not all…
Children, and adults, are invited to take part in the 20 second tower building challenge! How high can you go?
Brick History is open until Sunday 15 April and is well worth a visit.
Family tickets can be bought from just £7.
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