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Kids Go Free Offer at The Art Of The Brick Manchester Lego Exhibition

a large lego brick man from the Art Of The Brick Lego
29 Jan 2020

Lego loving kids go free this February Half Term at the world renowned Art of the Brick Exhibition in Manchester. 

The Art of the Brick which opened in Manchester in November features over 75 pieces of art by award winning Nathan Sawaya using more than a million iconic LEGO® bricks. 

After touring the world for the last 5 years the fun exhibition will showcasing at Manchester’s Great Northern Warehouse until 20th April. 

To celebrate February half term The Art of Brick Manchester will be offering free tickets to children visiting the exhibition. 

The exhibition which focuses exclusively on the use of LEGO® bricks as an art form features a range of work including from 3D sculptures to huge portraits.

Popular pieces include My Boy and Dinosaur and recreations of iconic art such as the Mona Lisa and The Kiss, along with 25 never-before-seen pieces have also debuted. 

The exhibition also features screens where children can play LEGO® games such as LEGO® Ninjago and both large foam and small LEGO® bricks to play with. 

The Art of The Brick has received raved reviews all over the world, including from us (check out our review here) and is aimed at visitors of all ages. 

Children will able to visit The Art of the Brick Manchester exhibition from 10th to 23rd February half term, with one free child’s ticket with every paying adult. 

The kids go free offer will be available on all pre-booked tickets and at the box office. It is however advised to book online to make your not disappointed. 

Adult tickets cost £14.50 for adults and if you unsure if The Art of the Brick Manchester exhibition is for your family make sure you check out our review here. 

For more information about the Art of the Brick Manchester including opening times see here. 



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