Interactive Lego exhibition heads to Leicester

Published on: 9th March 2020

Ryan McNaught’s Brickman Experience will open on March 13th.

Made from over 5m Lego bricks, the exhibition showcases some of the world’s largest and most detailed Lego models including a huge Lego Star Wars X-Wing, an Airbus A380, a quarter scale Lego Ferrari and the world’s largest Lego flower. There is even the chance to get a photograph with all the James Bonds made in Lego bricks.

Brickman Experience features a collection of over 60 individual works by Ryan McNaught – the only Lego Certified Professional in the Southern Hemisphere and one of only 14 in the world. Ryan and his team’s award-winning creations have featured in locations around the globe and are now appearing in the UK for the first time.

Visitors of all ages will also have the opportunity to try their hand at building their own Lego creations in the interactive master builder zones.

“I am really excited that the Brickman Experience is heading to Leicester. This exhibition is very special to me because it is the original collection of my individual works, brought together in one space, for everyone to enjoy. We’ve had huge success with the exhibition across the world, so it only seems fitting we bring it to the UK,” said Ryan McNaught. “Lego brings people together, everyone loves it – kids, parents, grandparents, everyone has a memory of playing with Lego and I’m looking forward to sharing my creations with Lego fans in Leicester and meeting all the budding brickies out there.”

Tickets are available at


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