Brickman Wonders of the World {Sydney}

Ever dreamed of visiting the Empire State Building, Arc De Triomphe, the Great Wall of China and other world-famous landmarks?  Thanks to the “Brickman” you can experience the Wonders of the World in Sydney – made from LEGO.

When: until 5 February 2017

Where:  ICC Sydney, International Exhibition Centre, Exhibition Hall 1

Cost:  child $25, adult $35, family (2 adults, 2 kids) $95.  Book now.

Thank you Sally T Ridden for visiting on behalf of Meetoo and sharing these great photographs and insights.  🙂 

Brickman Wonders of the World is an epic world of LEGO masterpieces showcasing the wonders of the world, both natural and man-made; this public event is historical and educational.  Journey back in time with the fully interactive discovery experience, on a global tour continuing around Australia (rumored next stop Melbourne 2017).

With over 50 never before seen huge display models, all well-spaced apart for access and viewing, boasting nearly 5000 hours of building exclusively curated by LEGO certified professional Ryan McNaught and his team, there’s so much detail to this all new exhibition.  Our top 11 model displays model displays were easily (we simply could not narrow it down to 10!).

  • Empire State Building & King Kong
  • Great Barrier Reef
  • International Space Station
  • Flying Scotsman
  • Hanging Gardens of Babylon
  • Golden Gate Bridge (you can even add your own self-built model car to the bridge!)
  • Taj Mahal
  • The Arc De Triomphe
  • Temple of Artemis at Ephesus
  • Great Pyramid of Giza and
  • The Sphinx

Fanatics and budding builders can all get involved at any ability level and help build and add to many of the displays with numerous hands-on build stations.  Each display features an informative plaque including the history of the wonder as well as the behind the scenes build process and facts. Plenty of staff to assist with imaginative LEGO creations (luckily, as I, unfortunately, am not so great at LEGO!)

Make your own plaque and leave on the wall of LEGO fame. Allow yourselves plenty of time to enjoy the massive exhibition and to build and create in the many spaces provided.