Brick Built | Banbury Museum

Brick Built

See the world built in LEGO® bricks

28 March – 5 July 2020

Please note The PYE Gallery is temporarily closed, we will strive to open this exhibition as soon as possible.

Step into a creative world where anything is possible and walk among LEGO® models ranging from iconic buildings to the far reaches of space. From the Houses of Parliament to the Forth Road Bridge and the Empire State Building, kids aged 1-100 will marvel at these astonishing feats of engineering – all made from tiny LEGO bricks!

Come face to face with a scaled-up Unikitty from the LEGO Movie, and see the Steampunk Submarine in its first museum display anywhere beyond the LEGO House in Billund, the Danish town where the LEGO brick was invented.

Fire your imagination and build your own creation at one of the hands-on stations, featuring regular LEGO bricks along with Duplo® and LEGO Soft Bricks for our younger visitors.

The displays also include rare historical LEGO items dating from before the introduction of the iconic plastic brick in 1958.

Please note: We will be asking visitors to wash their hands before and after entering The PYE Gallery. 

 

Ticket Price

Adult £5 | Concession £4 | Child £3 |  Art Fund £2.50 | Family £14

 

 

A touring exhibition from Warren Elsmore