Since Steven Spielberg first introduced the world to Jurassic Park in 1993, the fascination with it has only grown. To date, the mention of Jurassic World can transform grown adults into excited, dinosaur-loving kids. Everyone unanimously enjoys the sense of thrill and adventure that comes from revisiting the franchise.
So naturally when Ryan ‘The Brickman’ McNaught, took the wildly popular Jurassic World franchise off the cinema screen and transformed it into an immersive LEGO adventure in 2021, excitement was sky high.
The exhibition, which has had successful seasons in Melbourne and Sydney, is now open at Queensland Museum in Brisbane. Dinosaur enthusiasts can see an epic recreation of the Jurassic World movies — made completely from LEGO.
Featuring more than 6 million LEGO bricks and more than 50 large-scale LEGO creations, visitors to Brickman’s Jurassic World will first be greeted by the iconic Jurassic World gates that stand at an impressive four metres tall.
Jurassic World by Brickman
The truly immersive LEGO experience will bring you up close and personal with everything from a two-tonne LEGO Brachiosaurus to the famous Velociraptors – Blue and Delta, and of course the legendary T-Rex.
And you don’t just get to walk around and see these impressive creations. You can get hands-on with more than 2.5 million LEGO bricks to show off your own building skills.
You can get tickets to Jurassic World by Brickman here. It’ll be stomping around until July 14, 2024.