Now so many of us no doubt can recall at least one happy childhood memory that involved hours of constructive play with LEGO! We love the stuff…unless of course we’re stumbling down the hall way in the darkness of night, only to discover a piece painfully under foot. In that moment, we have a problem with LEGO! You know the story, and a few bashful members of our team here at Ray White Bayside real estate have experienced that too!
LEGO under foot aside, what about those amazing exhibitions featuring amazing LEGO creations comprising of thousands of pieces? Well if you’re somebody who marvels at modern engineering structures made from LEGO, you’re going to want to check out The Towers of Tomorrow with LEGO Bricks, currently on at the Ken Waters Gallery at the Darwin Museum and Art Gallery.
The incredible creations showcased at this exhibition have been constructed by Ryan McNaught who is one of only 12 LEGO certified professionals (that’s right, they do exist!) worldwide! The exhibition is a celebration of the tall and amazing buildings featured throughout Australia and Asia, and you are definitely going to be impressed by what your eyes will see!
An interactive exhibition for children and adults alike, it’s estimated that more than 200,000 loose pieces of LEGO went into the combined construction of the towers on show. So what are you waiting for?! The exhibition opened on 28 November 2015, and will run until 10 April 2016, so why not include it as part of your line up of school holiday fun?
There are three daily sessions from 10.30am – 12 noon, 12.30pm – 2pm and 2.30pm – 4pm, with admission at just $7.50 per person. Children under four are free, however there are no concessions for this event.
Places are limited for the sessions, so be sure to get to the museum ahead of time to avoid disappointment for your chosen session. Tickets are on sale at the museum store.