Today we visited the Brick Wonders Lego exhibition in the Forum Norwich.
It is open everyday 10am-4pm until 21st January with free entry.
The creator is Warren Elsemore and he has created models of some of the many wonders of the world with more than 500,000 lego bricks.
They really are amazing, so much to see in the intricate designs.
Little K liked the airport and Big A liked looking at the Egyptian pyramids. My favourite design was the map of the world showing where internet connections were faster and slower.
The exhibition offers a wall to add your name/message in lego bricks and a table with massive boxes of bricks to get involved creating your own models.
The star piece for us was the airport in the middle of the exhibition complete with passengers, space station above, fire truck, bin lorry it really is a complete airport.
The girls said they would love to visit again so if we have time we will pop back to have another look around.
We recommend getting there earlier in the day during the holidays. We arrived at around 10:20 and were able to head straight in however when we came out there was then a queue starting to form to get in.
Thanks for reading.
What ages was it for?
No specific age, however I would say older children would really appreciate the models as they are in glass boxes. The lego table and wall (quite high) however are for any age. Check out the link for more information -http://www.theforumnorwich.co.uk/news/brick-wonders-tour-of-500,000-lego-bricks-is-coming-to-the-forum