Are you following the America’s Cup action? Brand-new to the Museum, Auckland Museum have installed a new LEGO® brick model of Emirates Team New Zealand’s AC75 boat, Te Rehutai. The boat was made with over 23,000 LEGO® bricks and stands at over 2 metres high – check it out in Te Ao Mārama, the South Atrium.
Also epic news! Brickman Awesome: Epic LEGO® Creations has been extended until Sunday 2 MayDon’t miss this exclusive chance to explore a world where everything is simply… awesome!
Brickman Awesome: Epic LEGO® Creations is the latest exhibition from the mind of LEGO® Certified Professional, Ryan ‘The Brickman’ McNaught, landing soon at Auckland Museum.
Step inside the all-new South Atrium and you’ll be greeted by a towering NASA SLS rocket. The tallest LEGO® brick model in the Southern Hemisphere at 7.5 metres. Built with more than 450,000 bricks, it’s even equipped with a lighting and sound system, to blast it off into space!
But that’s only the start of the awesomeness that awaits inside the exhibition, which includes a life-sized LEGO® Harley Davidson and an incredibly detailed model of the DeLorean from the Back to the Future movies.
Then there’s the 2.5m orca, a giant redback spider, amazing cutaway models of ships and castles and much, much more. Altogether, these awesome models took Ryan and his team almost 5,000 hours to build!
If you’re feeling inspired, dig into two million LEGO® bricks and build your own awesome creation.
Brickman Awesome: Epic LEGO® Creations will be exclusively at Auckland Museum from Thurdsday the 3rd of December 2020 until Sunday the 28th of February 2021. With tickets going on sale November the 10th!
**Update** For the month of February, the museum are introducing some sensory-friendly sessions for their Brickman Awesome: Epic LEGO Creations exhibition. Brickman Awesome Quiet Hours are great for families who live with autism, have children with communications challenges or who become easily overwhelmed.
Sessions will run from 9AM – 10AM on Sunday 14, 21 and 28 February with fewer visitors, no soundscape and a quiet space for breaks. Click here to book.