Brick Built | Banbury Museum

Brick Built

See the world built in LEGO® bricks

10 August – 31 October 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.

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

 

Ticket Price

Standard entry £2.50

 

All visits to the exhibition will need to be booked at least a day in advance (before 8pm). Please buy your ticket here:

Book your ticket

Please note, tickets are sold in hour time slots and are limited to control distancing measures within the gallery.

We ask all visitors to please wear a mask, use the hand sanitiser on entry and exit, maintain your distance within the museum and galleries and ENJOY this wonderful exhibition.

Your details will be stored securely with us for 21 days as requested by the NHS Trace and Track team. This is purely for your safety and we will destroy all personal data after this period. 

When you get to the museum please use the Castle Quay entrance (Spiceball Park Road entrance will remain closed) and give your lead booking name to our member of staff at the museum desk.
We ask all visitors to wear a face covering, to use the hand sanitiser and distance within the gallery.

 

 

A touring exhibition from Warren Elsmore