Queensland Museum Is Home To More Than 50 World Wonders In This LEGO Exhibition

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Queensland Museum Is Home To More Than 50 World Wonders In This LEGO Exhibition

It’s also coming alive after dark for one special night in August.

Australia’s Largest Ever LEGO Experience, Jurassic World, is currently on display in Melbourne before it begins its national tour. However, Ryan ‘The Brickman’ McNaught has been plenty busy because currently on display at the Queensland Museum is another one of his and his team’s exhibitions: Brickman Wonders of the World.

As part of the exhibition, more than 50 structures have been recreated using the famous plastic bricks. Some of the displays are tall (space shuttle), some of them are heavy (the Titanic) and others are long (the Tokyo subway). Other wonders of the world include the Great Wall of China and Taj Mahal as well as the Empire State Building.

Ryan McNaught is one of LEGO Master Australia Judge and one of only 14 certified LEGO builders in the world, so you just know that this exhibit is going to be pretty spectacular as well as fun for the whole family.


The museum, however, will be open after dark for a very special adults-only session with live music and other fun events. This After Dark session takes place on Friday, 6 August from 5:30pm – 8:30pm and tickets cost $35 per adult. For more info, see here.

Brickman Wonders of the World is on display now until Monday 4 October 2021. For more details, see here.

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