Celebrate the magic of Lego this March with new Dublin exhibition

If you’re looking for your next big day out, then Lego has some great news for you!

Starting from March 10, the beloved brick toys will be launching a brand-new model exhibition in Dublin.

The experience has been created by one of the world’s leading Lego brick artists, Ryan ‘The Brickman’ McNaught, and he has based it on his book, The Bricktionary: The Ultimate A-Z of LEGO. 

The interactive experience has already received rave reviews in locations in Australia, Asia, and America, and now it is finally being debuted in Europe, with the Irish capital being the first to welcome it. 

Whether you’re 4 or 84, there is something for everyone in this exhibit. Visitors will be able to get stuck into challenges, featuring over 1 million LEGO bricks. The experience has 6 interactive build zones and over 150 models, meaning that you won’t struggle to find something to entertain all the family. There are also 45 brand new brick models in the exhibition, ranging from life-size animals to space travel.  

Speaking about the creation, Ryan gushed: “I am so excited to open Bricktionary to Ireland, after it makes the journey from (literally) the other side of the world. This exhibition is all about using LEGO bricks to inspire and celebrate the power of imagination.”

He added: “With over 150 models to inspire you, millions of LEGO bricks to build and play with, interactive build zones, including an Earthquake challenge and mystery mosaic, where guests get to help create enormous LEGO murals, I can’t wait to see what Dubliners will create!” 

Bricktionary: The Interactive Exhibition will be housed in Dublin’s Theatre of Light in the Point Village, and will be open to the public from Sunday, March 10. Tickets are on sale now, with prices ranging from €15 for adults and €12 for children (excluding fees). For all the details, visit the exhibition’s website here.