Brickman Wonders of the World – LEGO Brick Exhibition Singapore will be landing at Science Centre Singapore on 25 March 2022! Here's what to expect!
*Updated 24 March 2022: new opening date and added photos from preview
Venue: The Annexe, Science Centre Singapore
Date: 25 Mar to 3 Jul 2022 (Fri to Sun, School & Public Holidays)
Time: 10am to 8pm (Last Entry at 6.30pm)
Fee: $23 (includes $1 booking fee) | Book tickets here
With the COVID-19 pandemic greatly impacting the travel industry, this new and upcoming "never-seen-before" exhibition in Singapore seeks to bring fans and friends of LEGO to re-live travel through exhibits of world-famous landmarks, merging the love for travel and LEGO to provide an interactive and engaging experience for all.
Over 1.4 Million LEGO Bricks Used
Involving over 1.4 million LEGO bricks that weigh over 1.4 tonnes, visitors will have the chance to witness more than 50 jaw-dropping creations of the world’s most iconic landmarks and discover the secrets behind how these epic masterpieces were brought to life through science, arts and technology.
Every model is custom built and packed full of fun details to educate, entertain and inspire LEGO fans, young and old! This exhibition in particular took the team of skilled LEGO brick artists and craftspeople almost 5,000 hours to create meticulously – a staggering 205 days in precise!
A Visit To The World's Greatest Sites!
Get ready for an indoor walk-through journey through history to explore a world of large-scale LEGO bricks masterpieces which includes the ginormous ‘Tokyo Subway Map’ and ‘Mona Lisa’, the magnificent ‘Great Barrier Reef’ and ‘Golden Gate Bridge’, the intricate ‘RHS Titanic’ and ‘Great Wall of China’, and everything in between. Of course, it wouldn’t be an exhibition of the World’s Wonders without Singapore’s very own ‘Merlion’!
Visitors can also expect to be immensely mesmerised whilst learning more about other world famous landmarks such as the ‘Great Pyramid of Giza’, ‘Leaning Tower of Pisa’, ‘Taj Mahal’, ‘Mount Rushmore National Monument’, ‘Arc De Triomphe’, ‘St Basil the Blessed Church’, ‘Himeji Castle’, ‘Ryugyong Hotel’ and many more – with no passport required!
Created by Ryan McNaught, the only LEGO®️ Certified Professional in the Southern Hemisphere and one of only 22 in the world, the global exhibition provides a fun and interactive experience that will keep both adults and kids entertained!
Ryan has a love for movies, and thus you will also find many references of movies hidden within the exhibits too! Some are slightly more obvious compared to others. Let's see how many you can spot!
At the exhibition, families will also find loose LEGO bricks to inspire kids and visitors to try their hands at making their own creations! From building cars at the Arc de Triomphe or a statue at the statue of David, these give kids an additional element of "to-do" when visiting the exhibition.
There are also 2 ongoing mission contest at the exhibition.
- The Creative Travel Photos
- Snap your most creative travel photos with the exhibit and post in on IG.
- Stand a chance to win a LEGO The Globe set.
- Find Eddie The Explorer
- Lego Minifigure Eddie is hidden within the exhibits
- Find him and count how many of him there are.
- Upload your answer and stand a chance to win a LEGO Education SG50 Building My SG Commemorative set
Details of the missions are available at the exhibition too.
Tickets are priced at $23, and are available for purchase from Trip.com.
Terms & Conditions
- For group bookings, all visitors must be present at point of entry.
- Visitors aged 12 and above are required to be fully vaccinated to gain entry.
- Visitors aged 6 and above are required to wear masks throughout the experience.
- Visitors aged 2 and above will require admission tickets to gain entry.
- Visitors below the age of 2 admit for free, identification is required as proof of age at point of entry. Failure to provide identification will result in denied entry.
This exhibition is brought to you by Apollo Entertainment Media, produced by TEG Live and The Brickman, in collaboration with Science Centre Singapore, alongside official ticketing partner KKday and official merchandising partner The Brick Shop.
For more information, visit this link.