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Art of the Brick

KidRated’s Art of the Brick Top Tips:

  • Best for kids & teens: 6m Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton & the create and play area
  • Best for parents: See Lego versions of world famous artworks and watch your kids’ creativity soar amidst a world of LEGO wonders!
  • Top tip: Save plenty of time for the play and build area

Get ready for a LEGO extravaganza as The Art of the Brick makes its return to London! Having traveled through over 100 cities in 24 countries, this exhibit boasts over one million bricks crafted into over 100 stunning pieces of art, both original creations and iconic replicas.

 

Created by Nathan Sawaya, a New York-based artist, these LEGO masterpieces are sure to inspire both art enthusiasts and parents seeking fresh LEGO-building ideas. While younger kids may find more joy in a trip to Legoland, parents who once enjoyed LEGO as children themselves will appreciate this exhibition – after all, LEGO remains the nation’s favorite toy!

 

Please note: No buggies are permitted in the gallery, and food and drink cannot be consumed inside. But fear not – with a runtime of approximately one hour, hunger pangs shouldn’t be a concern. Consider grabbing lunch before or after your visit in the nearby Brick Lane, home to a plethora of delicious dining options.

 

Before you go, brush up on your art knowledge and challenge yourself to identify familiar pieces. Just remember, as tempting as it may be, please refrain from touching the artworks – let the LEGO creations do all the talking!

Love LEGO? Watch our reviews of Legoland.

Grace - Lego

Grace gives Art of Brick 10/10

Luke - Lego

Luke gives Art of Brick 10/10


Booking Advice:

  • Book in advance especially on weekends and in school holidays
  • You can arrive within 30 minutes of your timeslot or book a Flex ticket which is valid for the whole day

VISITOR INFORMATION

Where:

The Boiler House.
152 Brick Lane
London
E1 6RU
(The exhibition’s entrance is on Buxton Street)

Phone number:

+44 (0)203 773 8995

Website:

Opening hours:

Monday, Wednesday & Thursday from 10am – 8pm
Fridays & Saturdays 10am-9pm
Sundays 10am – 8pm

How to get there:

Tube: Liverpool Street

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