Get ready, Houston! It’s time to take a trip around the world, in and out of time, into the depths and beyond. Experience new heights and sights on LEGO® magic!
For the first time we will all get to enjoy the award-winning Awesome Exhibition, a spotlight on LEGO® models created by LEGO® Certified Professional, Ryan “The Brickman” McNaught, in our hometown!
The Brickman is one of 22 Certified Professionals in the world, and he and his team of skilled LEGO® artists and craftspeople have created some of the world’s
largest, most recognizable and most detailed LEGO® models, and now, you can see them for yourself!
Builders, creators, and LEGO® lovers are welcome to check out this stunning exhibition of over 30 displays made solely of LEGO® bricks. Fill your LEGO® passport with stamps as your travel through the four themed rooms, complete with immersive audio components, that will engulf you and your family in a world of LEGO®.
An Awesome Adventure will launch you into an exploration of the world with incredible replicas of the Space Needle, Windsor Castle and the Sydney Opera House. Visit with unique displays of wild animals like the kangaroo, a family of penguins and more!
Let’s Go to the Movies! will take you back in time with the iconic 1981 Delorean time machine made entirely of LEGO®. Visit The Simpsons living room, check out the E.T. display and travel the galaxy with Star Trek and Star Wars.
The Danger Zone will expose you to thrilling LEGO® machinery. You will never forget the replica of the first submersible to reach the deepest place in the ocean, the Trieste Bathyscaphe, NASA SLS rockets and the largest truck in the world, the Caterpillar 797 Mining Truck. Your kids will be amazed by the thrilling displays of exotic animals like the crocodile, redback spider and orca.
Brick by Brick will display a giant LEGO® brick and LEGO® snake wall where can place our original works you’ve created during your tour at the interactive play tables!
Be sure to visit the exhibition at the George R. Brown Convention Center in
Downtown Houston from October 29 to December 30!
To purchase tickets, click here!