Brickman Awesome: Epic LEGO® Creations
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Brickman Awesome: Epic LEGO® Brick Creations is the latest exhibition from the mind of LEGO® Certified Professional, Ryan ‘The Brickman’ McNaught, on now at Auckland Museum. Don’t miss this exclusive chance to explore a world where everything is simply... awesome!
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Pick up a trail map from the South Atrium and follow the clues around the Museum to discover bricks masquerading as Museum objects. Once you've completed the hunt, enter the draw to win… you’ve guessed it - an epic LEGO® prize pack.
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Get up close to this huge LEGO® brick model of Emirates Team New Zealand’s AC75 boat named Te Rehutai, the boat that was made to fly! Over 23,000 LEGO® bricks were used to create this impressive replica, which stands at over 2m high and 1.8m long.
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Grab your bricks and get building! Make a Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland-inspired creation with LEGO and be in to win some great prizes.
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It's time to get building! What will you make? Let your imagination go into overdrive, and display your best creation for everyone to enjoy. There's a gigantic snake that needs some help to build as well. Kids must be accompanied by an adult.
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This world-class exhibition from the British Museum will be well worth the wait.