A free event attracts dinosaur and LEGO fans alike with brick-built prehistoric beasts.
Brick Dinos is a special exhibition showcasing a range of LEGO creatures, from tiny insects to a four-metre-long Masiakasaurus, a dinosaur similar to Chris Pratt’s favourite raptors. The collection was developed by LEGO artists Warren Elsmore, with the help of a team of palaeontologists to make sure it’s historically accurate.
Elsmore has designed a range of similar displays before, including the Brick Wonders exhibition currently running at the National Museum of Flight in Scotland. There you can find both old and new Wonders of the World, as well as a six-metre long brick-built Concorde, to match the real-life one housed in the museum.
The event promises to be both fun and educational, teaching visitors about what the world was like before humans came out on top. It will be held in the Gallery at the Forum in Norwich from July 19 to August 30, running from 10am to 5pm every day.
Although it’s completely free to enter, you do need to reserve a space online in advance. You can find out more about the exhibition and book your ticket on the official website.