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Brickman® Wonders of the World
LEGO
® Brick Exhibition Singapore

Date: 25 March - 3 July 2022

(Friday to Sunday, School and Public Holidays)

Time: 10am - 8pm

(Last Entry at 6.30pm)

Venue: The Annexe, Science Centre Singapore

📍 Singapore

With all the uncertainties and inconveniences for international travels, it unequivocally feels like we haven’t travelled for the longest time. Therefore, ‘We Bring The World To You’ instead!

 

Get ready to be taken on a historical, storytelling journey through time to uncover the rich history behind the more-than-50 world-famous attractions - with no passport required!

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Highlight #1: St Basil the Blessed Church (Russia)

This exhibit required a jaw-dropping 320 build hours

The actual building that stands in Red Square of Moscow was constructed 5 centuries ago in the 1500’s!

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Highlight #2: The Flying Scotsman (England)

This exhibit has the highest brick-count – an astonishing 164,611 LEGO® bricks!

 

'The world's most famous steam locomotive' earned its title for servicing the people between London and Edinburgh since 18 June 1862.

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Highlight #3: CN Tower (Canada)

This exhibit is the tallest, standing at a towering height of 3.6 metres!

 

The actual building was the ‘World’s Tallest Free-standing Structure’ for over three decades, and remains the tallest in the Western Hemisphere till date, providing visitors a view of the Niagara Falls on a clear day.

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Highlight #4: Tokyo Subway Map (Japan)

Being the longest exhibit at 4.65 metres, it candidly expresses the essence of the Tokyo Subway being one of the world’s most complex, extensive and busy networks in the world.

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Highlight #5: RHS Titanic (United Kingdom)

This exhibit is the heaviest at 120 kilograms – in LEGO® bricks!

 

On the launch of the actual Titanic in 31 May 1911, it became the largest movable man-made object with a maximum capacity of 3,500.

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Highlights #6, #7, #8 and Beyond...

Discover 46 other Wonders of the World from many other countries!

The more-than-50 epic masterpieces involved over 1.4 million LEGO® bricks that weigh over 1.4 tonnes, and took almost 5,000 hours for the team to create – 205 days in precise!

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YOUR Unique Creations in Singapore!

1,000,000 LEGO® bricks in the Master Builder Zones allows you and your loved ones to unleash your creativities in creating your own Leaning Tower of Pisa, building pyramids next to the Great Pyramid of Giza, adding coals and creatures to the Great Barrier Reef, creating LEGO® DUPLO bridge next to the Golden Gate Bridge, and many more!

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Ryan "The Brickman" McNaught

The LEGO® Certified Professional behind these amazing LEGO® brick creations is none other than Ryan McNaught, alongside his team of skilled LEGO® brick artists and craftspeople.

 

Ryan is the main competition judge for LEGO® Masters Australia; one of only 22 LEGO® Certified Professionals in the world, and the only one in the Southern Hemisphere!

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Brickman® Wonders of the World

The touring exhibition is venturing out of Australia, New Zealand and Saudi Arabia after completing 11 successful shows across 10 cities since its inception in 2016.

 

It awaits your patronage on selected dates between 12 March to 3 July 2022 at The Annexe, Science Centre Singapore!

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Apollo Entertainment Media reserves the right to revise the rules and regulations, and make changes to the elements of this exhibition whenever necessary, and without prior notice to the public or notifying the ticket holders.

 

In the event of any dispute or disagreement, Apollo Entertainment Media and its representatives reserve the right of the final decision that shall be unchallengeable and no correspondence will be entered into.

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