Brick City – The World’s Most Iconic Buildings and Landmarks in LEGO

A street in Amsterdam made from Lego (including canal)China GateLondon Olympic, Brick City exhibition, 20-21 Visual Arts Centre

13 May to 20 June 2017

Brick City is a celebration of some of the globe’s most famous landmarks – made entirely out of LEGO®!

The creations of Warren Elsmore, a big name in the world of LEGO®, these incredibly detailed models contain thousands of pieces and cover up to 62 well-known buildings. From the lively streets of New York, to medieval Japan and glitzy Las Vegas, Brick City allows you to travel the world through this beloved kid’s toy.

But don’t let nostalgia cloud your judgment – Elsmore’s models are far more than child’s play! Many are almost indistinguishable from the real thing, or evoke the atmosphere of a monument with just a few small bricks.

To celebrate the opening of Brick City, 20-21 Visual Arts Centre will be hosting a free family funday on Saturday 13 May. Come along between 10am and 4pm to check out the show and get hands on with a range of LEGO®-inspired arts and crafts activities, as well as tasty treats in our café.

Brick Competition

Create your own LEGO® version of 20-21 Visual Arts Centre building and bring to the gallery between 13 and 17 June. The best entry will be judged by Warren Elsmore, and the creator will win over £200 of  LEGO®.

Visit the Brick City Competition page for further information on how to apply.

PLEASE NOTE: the Brick City competition has now closed.

Brick City is sponsored by Clugston Construction. 

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LEGO®, the LEGO® logo, the Minifigure, and the Brick and Knob configurations are trademarks of the LEGO® Group of Companies. ©2014 The LEGO® Group. Brick City is not sponsored, endorsed or otherwise supported by The LEGO® Group.