|Queuing at St Pancras Station|
It promises a “stunning” collection of some of the world’s most famous landmarks. And to a certain extent it delivers.
There’s a huge St Pancras station packed with action and details and a whopping model of the Olympic Village in London.
|An Edinburgh street|
|Marilyn might have liked it hot, but we didn’t|
While the exhibition proper might not have occupied us for as long as I’d hoped, the Boys had lots of fun taking part in the creation of some Lego Paisley pattern.
There are also stations where children (or adults if they fancy) can build some of their own Lego creations.
We did have a wander round some of the rest of the museum and found it worth promising ourselves a return trip.
And the entrance price for Brick City (£15 for five of us) allows another three visits before the exhibition closes.
It’s interesting enough – particularly for small Lego fans – though Legoland alumni might feel a little underwhelmed and I’d certainly advise trying to find a less busy time.