BRICKLIVE – the UK’s largest interactive brick-filled exhibition – opened its doors at Exhibition Centre Liverpool today.
A truly unique experience for children and adults alike, families will be able to view over two million bricks, exclusive digital content and life-sized professionally built statues at BRICKLIVE this weekend.
The event is bursting with awe-inspiring models from British history, the world’s most iconic buildings and epic fantasy creations. Visitors can enjoy detailed models, such as an 8m long Flying Scotsman, a fire breathing dragon and even a scale replica of the Great Pyramid of Giza.
There will also be a full range of interactive features to keep the whole family entertained for hours, including a galactic adventure zone, featuring Star Wars-themed bricks to build your own spacecraft. Additionally, there are Minecraft gaming tables, racing ramps, selfie stations and giant brick pits each containing over 250,000 LEGO® bricks.
The event runs until Sunday, 27th October with 3.5 hour sessions across the weekend – Saturday and Sunday morning and afternoon.
Colm Graham, senior sales manager for Exhibition Centre Liverpool, said: “We have been busy building the BRICKLIVE exhibition – the largest collection of bricks and models ever to come to Liverpool – throughout the week and it looks fantastic.
“We are looking forward to welcoming thousands of visitors this weekend to this fun event where families can play, create and discover.”
Admission is free for children aged three and under. Carers go free (pre-registration required).
Tickets are priced from £9. To book tickets, log on to https://www.exhibitioncentreliverpool.com/bricklive or call the Ticket Quarter Box Office on 0344 809 4620. Tickets are also available via www.ticketquarter.co.uk/Online/bricklive