Brick Wonders

Brick Wonders

Architectural gems in Lego, created by Warren Elsmore.

Following on from the record-breaking success of the Brick City exhibition last year, Paisley Museum is once again working with LEGO artist Warren Elsmore to create an exciting display of incredible LEGO models in the brand new exhibition Brick Wonders.

Take a journey through different zones in the Museum to discover the ancient, natural and modern marvels of the world, all depicted in LEGO. Models range from the Pyramids of Giza and Great Wall of China to the International Space Station and the Great Barrier Reef.

AFOL (Adult Fans of Lego) Viewing Session: Every Thursday 7–9pm.

It’s not just for the kids – LEGO appeals to everyone from 7 to 70. So for the older fans of LEGO, why not book an evening slot to view the exhibition, where you can enjoy a child-free visit to experience the wonders of LEGO?

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Comments & ratings

1. JoanieB5 Apr 2014, 5:56pm3 stars Brick Wonders Report

Not quite as awesome as expected !

We love lego and were very excited about this exhibition. First impressions were great - love the man sized lego person directing you in.

There were lots of pluses - nice staff, fab tea shop, great to see the upstairs ceilings at Riddles Court, a competition for children and a room full of large cardboard box pieces so children and adults could build large models.

However the actual lego was a wee bit underwhelming. No Taj Mahal and models which should have been awe inspiring such as the Grand Canyon were small and a bit, well not very exciting.

If you haven't been to Legoland you will enjoy this and even if you have it's a pleasant way to pass half an hour with a festival exhibit that your children won't complain about having to go to.

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