The LEGO Group launches first Brickosaurs World exhibit in Singapore

The LEGO Group’s first Brickosaurs World exhibit in Asia has opened at Singapore’s national zoo and River Wonders park.

LEGO fans in Singapore can now visit a brand-new Brickosaurs World exhibition, the first of its kind in Asia. The event is open at the country’s Mandai Wildlife Reserve until May 3 and features more than 60 life-sized LEGO dinosaur displays for visitors to view. Brickosaurs has previously visited Marwell Zoo in the UK and debuted internationally in 2019.

The models on display at the Brickosaurs World attraction have been constructed from more than 1.5 million LEGO bricks and took over 8,500 hours to build. Guests can check out their favourite prehistoric beasts, including such iconic dinosaurs as a T-rex, Triceratops, Velociraptors and many others. Jump right into the action by navigating through a maze filled with hidden clues, join in craft workshops and take part in an archaeological treasure hunt.

Visitors can also learn more about wildlife conservation at the zoo, with exhibits highlighting animal conservation and biodiversity. A LEGO pop-up store will be open at Singapore Zoo Pavilion by the lake and guests can pick up an exclusive minifigure with every child admission ticket.

For more information on the Brickosaurs World exhibit and to book your visit, check out the official site here.

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