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80,000 Lego fans go to Norwich Forum exhibition

PUBLISHED: 13:16 15 January 2018 | UPDATED: 13:16 15 January 2018

Ellie Jackman, and Holly Elson-Fisher, both 16, study the old London Bridge, at the Brick Wonders exhibition at the Forum. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Ellie Jackman, and Holly Elson-Fisher, both 16, study the old London Bridge, at the Brick Wonders exhibition at the Forum. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

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It’s the last chance for Lego fans to enjoy a trip around the world as the Brick Wonders exhibition at The Forum in Norwich closes on Sunday, January 21.

One of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, made from 1400 lego bricks, at the Brick Wonders exhibition at the Forum. Picture: DENISE BRADLEYOne of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, made from 1400 lego bricks, at the Brick Wonders exhibition at the Forum. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

The exhibition in December and features about 500,000 Lego Bricks that have been used to build recreations of everything from the International Space Station to Niagra Falls.

Curated by artist Warren Elsmore, the exhibition takes visitors on a journey of discovery of amazing sites around the world.

Over 80,000 Lego fans have marvelled at the seven wonders of the ancient world and have been wowed by modern, natural and historic wonders from all seven continents.

Richard Fair, events manager at The Forum, said: “The reaction to the exhibition has been fantastic, we’ve had visitors of all generations flocking to see it. Grandparents have had just as much fun as the little ones. This has to be, by far the most popular exhibition we’ve held at The Forum.”

The airport display, made from about 60,000 lego bricks, at the Brick Wonders exhibition at the Forum. Picture: DENISE BRADLEYThe airport display, made from about 60,000 lego bricks, at the Brick Wonders exhibition at the Forum. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

An additional exhibition piece of the African Savanna is on display at local exhibition partner Jarrold on London Street.

Brick wonders is free and open daily from 10am to 4pm. It will open until 5.30pm on Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.

For more information, visit www.theforumnorwich.co.uk or www.warrenelsmore.com/brickwonders







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