Should You Take Your Kids to See Brickman

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My kids love LEGO and so do I (except when I stand on it!) …

I think its really good as an activity. It teaches them creative play and even when they build set pieces its great for following instructions, learning colours, counting, fine motor skills … so much awesomeness haha

On the weekend I was lucky enough to take my kids to see the Brickman Wonders of the World in Brisbane. This is the ultimate display of amazing LEGO displays with over 5 million bricks making up many of the world’s wonders. It really is amazing and includes kids interactive zones, a scavenger hunt activity and create activities.

All of my kids from 6-14 loves it but there were many happy toddlers there too. I would recommend it to any children but especially those who have and love LEGO. The adults found it interesting too … very fun!

Ever dreamed of visiting the Empire State Building, Arc De Triomphe, the Great Wall of China and other world-famous landmarks without having to go overseas?
Thanks to Ryan ‘The Brickman’ McNaught you can explore a world of epic masterpieces made with LEGO® bricks, where some of humanity’s most amazing achievements from all over the globe come together in a world first, fully interactive experience.

The global exhibition will premiere in Brisbane, marking the beginning of the Australian tour. The exhibition will open on Wednesday 23rd November and run until Wednesday 14th December at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre. The exhibition will then continue around Australia stopping in Sydney, Melbourne & Perth.

More than 50 awe-inspring and never-seen-before models will be on display, taking visitors on a hands-on journey through history. Some of the models that will be showcased include a giant Arc de Triomphe, Empire State Building with Kong Kong, Big Ben, a Leaning Tower of Pisa, and even Michelangelo’s statue of David all made from LEGO ® bricks!

The Brickman Wonders of the World is currently in Brisbane at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre and will be touring around Australia so look out for it in your city. Its around $30-ish depending on the location I am guessing. Full details can be had here – thebrickman.com/wonders

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