This exhibition lets you see famous landmarks built with Lego – and you’ll get to build your own too!

Thinking of travelling but still a bit wary of the entire situation? Don’t worry, because you might actually be able to see the world right here in Singapore thanks to the Brickman® Wonders of the World that will be launching in March 2022!

This exhibition will bring you more than 50 of the world’s most iconic landmarks, all made from LEGO® bricks. In fact, it was revealed that more than 1.4 million LEGO® bricks were used in this project, with all of the landmarks weighing more than 1.4 tonnes in total.

The figures will all be placed indoors in one of the exhibition galleries in Science Centre, and you can take your time to admire each of the landmarks. There will also be information posters about each landmark so you’ll get the chance to learn more about the history of them, just like you would if you were actually physically there.

We’re sure you’re excited to know what you can expect, so take a look at some of the landmarks you’ll get to see!

Credit: The Brickman
Credit: The Brickman

They even built the RHS Titanic! This exhibit is the heaviest of all, weighing a total of 120kg.

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This exhibition is brought to life by Ryan McNaught, who is one of the only 21 LEGO® Certified Professionals and the Managing Director of The Brickman, and his team of skilled LEGO® brick artists and craftspeople. And here’s a shocking trivia that may make you more excited about visiting this attraction – this entire exhibition took them 205 days to complete!

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Immersive experience

This exhibition is meant to be an immersive, entertaining, and educational one, so there will be activities for you to do while you’re there. One of which is for you to look for Eddie the Explorer, a LEGO® minifigure that is hidden in almost all of the exhibits.

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The team at Brickman® has also included one million LEGO® bricks for you to play around and build your own structures in the Master Builder Zones. That’s right, you can actually build your own pyramids right beside the Great Pyramid of Giza, and even add coals and creatures to the Great Barrier Reef. This will be an exciting experience for both the young and old!

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After you’re done with the exhibition, don’t forget to drop by The Brick Shop – a LEGO® certified store – for some souvenirs. There are lots of LEGO® sets that you can purchase from the store, so do be sure to check it out.

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You might be worried because this is an exhibition with many touchpoints, but rest assured that regular cleaning and disinfection practices are in place to ensure the safety of everyone. Batches of the LEGO® Master Builder Zones are also alternated daily so that they can be disinfected thoroughly.

All visitors above the age of 12 are required to wear a mask throughout this event, check-in via SafeEntry, and have their fully vaccinated status verified upon entry. Children aged six to 12 must also wear a mask throughout the event, while those between the ages of two and five are encouraged to wear one.

You are also strongly advised to sanitise your hands regularly as you move about.

Event details

The sale of early bird tickets will begin at 10am on 16 December 2021, and you can enjoy 10% off for every two tickets that are purchased. These bundles will only be available while stocks last, so do book early in order to avoid any disappointment. Do note that you will only be allowed to book a maximum of five tickets per ticket purchase. Children below the age of two can enter for free, however, the relevant documentations must be shown to prove this, otherwise, you will be denied entry.

There will not be any on-site ticket booth, so if you would like to go for the event, you would have to purchase your tickets online and choose the session you would like to go for. This is to ensure that the number of people within the area is kept below the maximum to adhere to safe management measures.

You can purchase your tickets here.

Event period: 12 March to 3 July 2022 (Friday to Sunday, School and Public Holidays)
Opening hours: 10am to 8pm (do take note that last entry is at 6.30pm)
Ticket price: S$23 (including booking fee)
Address: 15 Science Centre Road, The Annexe, Science Centre, Singapore 609081