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LEGO® Brick History Exhibition

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Thursday 1 January 1970
Duration: 90 minutes

Ticket time slots: 

Weekends and Easter Holidays (13 April – 27 April): 10am, 11.30am, 1pm, 2.30pm, 4pm. 

Weekdays during school term time: No time slots. Tickets valid any time.

Tickets on the day are available at the Museum only.

An exhibition not to be missed!

‘Brick History is a journey through pivotal moments in world history, modelled in LEGO® bricks by Warren Elsmore and his team of artists. Forget dry lists of kings or endless battles – this is history brought to life at a relatable, human level, featuring key figures from Mozart to Martin Luther King, scientific discoveries from the Big Bang to DNA, and recent history from mobile phones to the moon landings. Enjoy the LEGO models, from tiny recreations of Concorde and Titanic that would sit in your hand, to an impressive 1.5m square castle bustling with activity in periods of both peace and war. ‘

The exhibition includes an interactive activity zone with soft bricks, LEGO® building and modelling for all ages. Plus display your own LEGO® models, get involved in the LEGO® related activities on Family Saturdays & the Easter holidays, follow a City LEGO® Trail, enter a prize draw and more!

 


 

Plan your visit

Need directions? Hereford Museum & Art Gallery is in the Museum & Library building on Broad Street, Hereford HR4 9AU.  See map below.

Car Parking: Disabled parking on Broad Street outside the venue. All City car parks can be found here.

Facilities: Toilets are located on the ground floor. A lift is available to the main exhibition area on the first floor. Refreshments can be found at the many cafés and restaurants in the City of Hereford.

Additional activities:  Why not join in the City LEGO trail and find out about other LEGO activities in Hereford Museum and in the City. Click here for more details.

 

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