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This place is not big, could be covered in 20-30 minute if you bother to find the answers to their activity sheet. You could also stamp on the activity sheet at each station. They display many interesting brick structures and also different types of bricks...More
It's not a very big place. However, it does have lots of toy brick displays, which is not limited to Lego brand only. A mandarin-speaking guide brought us through various sections and explained the special features of some displays. Once you stepped out to the...More
We went as a group of 15 people ranging from 2 years to 65 years old. We all had a great time at the brick art museum. The museum itself was small, but we enjoyed viewing many different statues built by lego, and learning the...More
Brilliant display of exhibitions made of lego or building blocks including some glow in the dark. Totally fascinating. The museum has a DIY session towards the end as well as a play table outside. My son and his father loved it. A must see!
Its is museum not just about Lego but the history of building blocks and the other brands as well. It took them 30 years to complete all the pieces in display. Its amazing pieces are really an art and not just a toy for kids....More