We were kindly invited to have a look at the Brick Wonders exhibition at the Horniman Museum. My little girl LOVES Lego so of course we jumped at the chance!
Not only is the whole thing fascinating but you also get the opportunity to create your own Lego creations.
500,000 bricks have been used to create these brilliant creations. There are Lego versions of the actual Horniman Museum, London Bridge, The Great Wall of China and so much more!
Im always so fascinated by how many pieces it takes to make a Lego creation and how long it takes. This information is also available for you to see on the different creations. Here’s one of my favourites…
How cool is this? A Walrus made completely out of Lego!
There’s a dress up area for kids that little miss loved! I mean who doesn’t want to dress up as Nemo? 😀
There’s also more opportunities around the exhibition for your little ones to play with Lego.
How much much?
Tickets: Child £5, Adult £9, Family (up to two adults and two children) £20.
Horniman Museum, 100 London Road, Forest Hill, London SE23 3PQ.
Need to know
- There’s a buggy park outside. If you have a baby then it will be best to bring a baby carrier too.
- Toilets and baby changing facilities are available outside the exhibition.
- There was a bit of a queue when we went so you can probably avoid this if you go on a weekday or a weekend morning
- There’s plenty to do at the Horniman Museum other than the exhibition so make the day of it!
Brick Wonders is open until Sunday 27 October 2019 so you have plenty of time to visit!