The Best Places To See LEGO® in Sydney These School Holidays
By Phoebe Ackland, ellaslist
Find out where all the amazing LEGO® events are happening in Sydney! These July school holidays 2017, warm the soul with some delightful LEGO® action- something that brings a smile to the dial of the young and old alike. Here are our top picks:
1. Sand in the City, Museum of Sydney
This fabulous exhibition is in its last days- so don't miss out! Free after museum entry, this exciting expo provides a winning combination: sand and LEGO®! Celebrate Sydney's beautiful beaches with incredible displays including one from the ‘Brickman’ himself, Ryan McNaught, roll your sleeves up and get digging about and making sandcastles, and of course, build something wonderful with the plethora of LEGO® bricks at your disposal. Read our review here.
2. Rouse Hill House & Farm in LEGO® Bricks
Rouse Hill House & Farm in LEGO® Bricks features amazing models of the iconic Rouse Hill House, outbuildings, stable and barns constructed from LEGO® bricks with breathtaking architectural detail and accuracy by the Southern Hemisphere’s only LEGO®-certified professional, Australia’s Ryan McNaught. As well as providing plenty to ogle over, the construction areas with over 200,000 loose LEGO® bricks will allow families to get hands-on. More information here.
3. LEGO® by BRICKS 4 KIDZ
Need a fabulous school holiday workshop for your kids (5-12 yrs) these winter school holidays? This is perfect for the little LEGO® fan in your house! With their own specially-created in-house models and plenty of time for creative play, the kids are always having fun at the workshops. Awesome themes inspired by Star Wars™, the LEGO® Batman Movie, Minecraft™, Pokemon and MORE! Their Robotics programs are a BRILLIANT way to interest your child in programming and coding. More information here.
4. Lego Robotics with Fizzics Education
Another fabulous school holiday workshop! Offered at both Sydney Olympic Park and Centennial Parklands these July school holidays, this exciting program will teach children how to teach a robot to do what they wish using motors, sensors and more! Robots and LEGO = one epic school holidays.
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