Bricks Britannia – a LEGO® brick exhibition is coming to Bucks County Museum, Aylesbury

This summer Bucks County Museum has a special LEGO treat for families with Bricks Britannia: the history of Britain in LEGO® bricks opening on 22 July. This fantastic exhibition has over 30 stunning models created from 150,000 LEGO bricks that give a rundown of British history from the Stone Age to the 21st Century.

The centre-piece of the show is an 8 metre long model of the Flying Scotsman steam locomotive, the world’s most famous steam locomotive, with light, sound and smoke effects. Together with famous moments and characters from British history, this show is a must for LEGO fans of all ages.

The models were built by Bright Bricks, the professional LEGO building company, who have a team of over 30 LEGO builders and who have produced LEGO models and shows in over 50 countries.

To accompany the exhibition there are special Make and Take activities to make your own LEGO brick model to take home. Check our website for details.

The exhibition runs from 22 July to 4 September 2017, Monday to Saturday 10am – 5pm, Sunday 12 – 4pm.

Bricks Britannia admission charge is £3. There is an additional charge for Make and Take models. Please check our website for all information and charges.

Bucks County Museum is also home to the fabulous Roald Dahl Children’s Gallery where hands-on exhibits inspired by Roald Dahl’s stories make finding out even more fun. Crawl along Fantastic Mr Fox’s tunnel, explore sound with the BFG and discover amazing new exhibits that are out of this world. With a café, gift shop and relaxing garden, it’s the perfect place for families to discover things together. Check our website for ticket prices.