Go On A LEGO Minifigure Hunt At Popular Brick City Exhibition

Go On A LEGO Minifigure Hunt At Popular Brick City Exhibition
Go On A LEGO Minifigure Hunt At Popular Brick City Exhibition

Warren Elsmore’s Brick City Exhibition is proving hugely popular at Art Gallery.

Brick-built replicas of iconic buildings from cities around the world are on display at the on Champney Road.

The ultimate world tour offers visitors the chance to explore five continents and experience vibrant celebrations in Rio, New York, Copenhagen, Romantic Venice, Japan, and extravagant Las Vegas.  

In the exhibition, you can discover some of the most recognisable iconic structures of the city and some new urban highlights.  

In the 2012 London Olympic Park and the Roman Colosseum, visitors will find surprising similarities.

Guests can also admire the awe-inspiring centrepiece, London St Pancras station, which measures two metres by four metres.

There are over 180,000 standard bricks that have gone into the construction of this enormous model. In order to create just the model of St Pancras alone, 300 man-hours had to be devoted to the project.

Councillor , the portfolio holder for culture, leisure, libraries and customer services, said;

“Visitors are loving this stunning exhibition, and are amazed by the patience needed to create all the models.”

“I encourage everybody who loves LEGO to come along and see it before it closes on Saturday, 10 September. It’s the perfect family trip out this summer.”

Visitors To Brick City Can Also Go On LEGO Minifigure Hunt

In addition, young visitors can also take part in the Minifig-a-gram competition that will take place in the Treasure House until 10 September.

In the Treasure House Museum, you will have the chance to search for LEGO Minifigures hidden in the display cases around the museum’s exhibits.

Minifigures each hold a letter. It is also worth noting that a few of the letters are also found nestled in the fascinating and cleverly made LEGO Brick models of historic landmarks in Beverley on display.

You can win a fabulous LEGO City set just for collecting all the letters to create the two winning words!

During the regular opening hours of the Treasure House, the Trail will be open to the public.

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