Bricktionary at Melbourne Museum
Lego is taking over Melbourne Museum.
From September 3, the museum will be filled with more than one million bricks for Bricktionary, a mega new interactive exhibit perfect for children (or your inner child) over the summer holidays.
There’ll be six interactive build zones, including an “earthquake zone” where you can see if your Lego creation can withstand the shakes of an earthquake machine. Also find 150 models to inspire you – everything from life-size animals to fashion and fantasy.
Behind the exhibit is Lego master Ryan “The Brickman” McNaught, who is the only Lego Certified Professional in the southern hemisphere. It’s based on his latest book, The Bricktionary: The Ultimate Lego A–Z.
There’ll also be creations from TV show Lego Masters Australia that have never been on display before in Melbourne.
Tickets are on sale now.