Clydebank Town Hall , 5 Hall Street, G81 1UB Clydebank
£5 for adults, £3.50 for children, under 3 are free and £14 for a family ticket of 2 adults and 3 children or 1 adult and 3 children. With huge demand expected for tickets, visitors are advised to book early to avoid disappointment*.
Brick History features famous moments such as the end of dinosaurs and the destruction of Pompeii alongside LEGO® models of icons from Mozart to Martin Luther King. It will be shown for the for the first time in Scotland when the exhibition opens at Clydebank Town Hall in June for a 12 week run.
The family-friendly exhibition created by master modeller Warren Elsmore will include an interactive play area where kids can create their own masterpieces and a soft play brick area for younger visitors.
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*a typical period of 1 hour is recommended for a visit.
Please note there are no toilets in the venue, these are available via Hall Street within the Town Hall.