Featuring 1.4 tonnes of LEGO and over 50 iconic global landmarks

The long-awaited Brickman Wonders of the World touring exhibition has finally landed on our shores, at the Science Centre Singapore. Get ready to be taken on a historical, storytelling tour around the world, visiting more than 50 world-famous attractions – with no passport required.



Showcasing over 50 scale models built using more than 1.4 million tiny LEGO bricks, this travelling exhibition has completed an impressive 11 successful runs so far. The Singapore edition will run at the Science Centre Singapore from now – 03 Jul.



From the magnificent Arc De Triomphe in France, the Leaning Tower of Pisa in Italy, to Himeji Castle in Japan, the exhibit took the Brickman team of skilled LEGO brick artists close to 5,000 meticulous hours to design and build – spanning across a staggering 205 days, to be precise.

And of course, it wouldn’t be a Singapore leg without a stunning replica of our very own Merlion statue.



Visitors typically take 90 minutes to go through the interactive and educational exhibition, which boasts fun facts and stories about each attraction, aimed at educating, entertaining, and inspiring LEGO enthusiasts, young and old alike.



Multiple play stations are set up around the indoor venue, where visitors can try their hand at building their own LEGO sets.



Instead of hopping on a plane and jetting off somewhere for now, why not visit the exhibition and learn about these iconic landmarks in the safety and comfort of our home?


For more information, visit the official event page here.