Bricks Britannia: the history of Britain in LEGO bricks

July 22, 2017 - 10:00 am
Aylesbury HP20 2QP
Price: £

22 July – 4 September

Open Monday to Saturday 10am – 5pm, Sunday 12 – 4pm

A fantastic exhibition specially for the summer holidays of stunning models created solely from LEGO bricks, giving a rundown of British history from the Stone Age to the 21st Century.

Featuring over 30 models created by Bright Bricks, the leading company for LEGO creations and using over 150,000 LEGO Bricks. The centrepiece of this amazing exhibition is the show stopping 8 metre long model of Flying Scotsman, the world’s most famous steam locomotive, with light, sound and smoke effects. Together with famous moments from British history, this show is a must for the whole family and a treat for LEGO fans.

Also on site is the fabulous Roald Dahl Children’s Gallery where you can discover the world around you through amazing new hands-on exhibits inspired by Roald Dahl’s stories.


LEGO Exhibition Admission Prices

All tickets     £3.50*

*Includes a minimum 10% voluntary gift aid donation. Gift Aid helps to support our charity and our running costs of £2000 per day. Thank you for being a Gift Aid visitor.

Under 4s      By Donation

There is no advanced booking for this exhibition as tickets will only be available on the day. At busy times timed tickets will be issued to stagger entry.


Make & Take LEGO Activities

After you have looked round the exhibition why not make your own LEGO brick model to take home. Choose from the following:

Racing Car, Train, Bird     £6.00 each

Minifigures are available for younger children   £3.00 each

All models subject to availability. Make & Take activities are available during exhibition opening hours. Check for updates before your visit.


Joint tickets for LEGO Exhibition & Roald Dahl Children’s Gallery

Child 4 – 18    £6.00

Adult                £8.00

Under 4s        By Donation

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