The New Brickman LEGO Exhibition in Singapore

Science Centre Singapore Unveils the World's Largest LEGO® Exhibition.

A poster with a castle built from Lego.
Picture from The Brickman website

The Brickman Wonders Of The World 2022 exhibition features over 1.5 million LEGO® bricks and will be open to visitors from 12th March to 3rd July 2022, and is a must-visit for all fans of the iconic building block toy.

The event will consist of a variety of interactive exhibits designed for children aged 3 years and above, as well as adults who want to reminisce about their childhood by viewing more than 50 jaw-dropping masterpieces of the world’s most iconic landmarks.

There will also be workshops on building different structures with LEGOs, so it is definitely worth checking out!

Why Is the Brickman Lego Exhibition a Must-See

Brickman LEGO® Exhibition is a must-see for all LEGO enthusiasts and families.

The exhibition features a small-size replica of the world's most iconic landmarks. The show also features a variety of interactive displays, including a LEGO® model of the Statue of Liberty and Taj Mahal and a replica of the St. Basil's Cathedral.

It is not just about seeing these unique creations in person but also taking away some great souvenirs from the exhibition.

What to Expect From This Exhibition

Brickman is a famous LEGO® artist who has created art from LEGO® bricks for over 20 years. His work has been displayed in many galleries and museums worldwide, including the Louvre in Paris.

In Singapore, Brickman will be showcasing his latest sculpture and installation pieces made with LEGO® bricks and other materials.

Visitors can expect to see sculptures of the world's most iconic landmarks.

How to Get There

A map showing the location of the Singapore Science Center.
Picture from the Science Center's webpage

The Science Center is located 8 minutes walk from the Jurong East MTR station. For details, please visit the Science Center Singapore website.

How Much Does It Cost

The ticket costs SGD 23 per visitor. Keep in mind that pre-registration is required. You can book your ticket through the exhibition's website.