Brick History, an exhibition of historical LEGO models, opens today at Derby Museum and Art Gallery, Derby, UK.
Today, LEGO fans in the East Midlands, UK can check out Brick History at Derby Museum and Art Gallery. The history themed exhibition of LEGO models is free to enter and will remain in place for the entire summer, until September 8.
From the dawn of time to modern day, Brick History covers a huge span of history. DNA, the Big Bang, Mozart and Martin Luther King are all covered in this display of original LEGO builds from professional builder Warren Elsmore. From engineering feats such as Concorde and the Titanic to the mobile phone, the achievements of man are covered in models big and small. A medieval castle on display measures 1.5 metres across. Throughout the displays, visitors will learn key facts that contextualise the models on display and learn a little more about the history of the world.
As a bonus, any visitor to Brick History can enter a prize draw to be in with a chance of winning a £50 LEGO gift card.
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