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Bricktionary: The Interactive LEGO® Brick Exhibition at Melbourne Museum

Bricktionary: The Interactive LEGO® Brick Exhibition has opened at Melbourne Museum, just in time for the spring School Holidays. The exhibition has been created by one of the world’s leading LEGO® brick artists and the only LEGO® Certified Professional (LCP) in the southern hemisphere, Ryan ‘The Brickman’ McNaught.

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Bricktionary: The Interactive LEGO® Brick Exhibition at Melbourne Museum
Image: Bricktionary: The Interactive Exhibition at Melbourne Museum, photo: Eugene Hyland

The exhibition features six interactive build zones, with over 150 models from McNaught’s book (The Bricktionary: The Ultimate A-Z of LEGO®) and models from television’s LEGO® Masters Australia. The exhibition also includes 45 new brick models from the imaginations of The Brickman team, ranging from life-size animals to creations based on the builder’s favourite things.

Bricktionary: The Interactive LEGO® Brick Exhibition at Melbourne Museum
Image: Bricktionary: The Interactive Exhibition at Melbourne Museum, photo: Eugene Hyland

The exhibition’s interactive build zones allow families the chance to become master builders. Families can create their very own LEGO® brick model, learn about how to make LEGO® builds stronger and test their skills against the Earthquake machine.

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Bricktionary: The Interactive LEGO® Brick Exhibition at Melbourne Museum
Image: Bricktionary: The Interactive Exhibition at Melbourne Museum, photo: Eugene Hyland

Prepare for the robot revolution: take inspiration from Brickman’s 2.4m tall Mech and design a LEGO® brick robot, whether it’s a super-fast police robot, or a robot to tidy up all the LEGO®. With thousands of LEGO® parts, the only limit is a LEGO®-lovers imagination.

Bricktionary: The Interactive LEGO® Brick Exhibition at Melbourne Museum
Image: Bricktionary: The Interactive Exhibition at Melbourne Museum, photo: Eugene Hyland

Bricktionary: The Interactive Exhibition is designed as an interactive LEGO® brick experience, that offers a fun-filled journey of creation for families, children and adults alike. With brand-new hands-on challenges and featuring over 1 million LEGO bricks, families will learn how to turn LEGO® dreams into reality, with amazing creations and something to spark everyone’s creativity.  

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Bricktionary: The Interactive LEGO® Brick Exhibition at Melbourne Museum
Image: Bricktionary: The Interactive Exhibition at Melbourne Museum, photo: Eugene Hyland

Bricktionary: The Interactive Exhibition
Date: 3 September 2022 – 29 January 2023
Location: Melbourne Museum, 11 Nicholson Street, Carlton
Price: $14 – $27.50, children under 3 free, discounts for concessions, family tickets $72.50

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