Sydney Harbour Icons

With Lego® Bricks

Sydney Harbour Icons with LEGO Bricks, a world-premiere exhibition now on at the Museum of Sydney.

Australia’s only certified LEGO professional Ryan McNaught has recreated Sydney Harbour’s most iconic and visionary structures, as well as some of its most famous moments, bringing to life the spectacle of Sydney Harbour in colourful LEGO bricks with a series of playful installations incorporating world-first fireworks, lights, movement and almost 1000 minifigs.

Guests will see a flotilla of harbour watercraft including Sydney to Hobart maxi yachts, a tug boat, P&O cruise ship and the Endeavour tall ship, as well as a cross section through the Sydney Opera House Concert Hall.

Marvel at the giant model of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, made from over 130,000 LEGO bricks, and complete with traffic, pedestrians, criss-crossing commuter trains and the Harbour Tunnel underneath. Suspended above the exhibition will be a trio of exploding LEGO fireworks. Have fun exploring the intricate detail within Ryan’s LEGO creations; discover minifigs at the opera, on a cruise, having fun at Luna Park and climbing the harbour bridge. Perhaps even spot a Sydney celebrity or two amongst the sea of bricks.

Members go free

Purchase a membership bundle to gain free entry to for you and up to four kids. You’ll also enjoy year round access to our 12 museums and houses plus many more benefits. Find out more about this great offer and a special 'Kids Eat Free Promotion' here.

Entry is by timed session only.

Sessions are one hour long and start at 10.30am, 11.30am, 12.30pm, 1.30pm, 2.30pm and 3.30pm.
To secure your spot we recommend booking online to avoid missing out especially on weekends and during school holidays

  • General admission (age 3 upwards) - $15
  • Family tickets (admits 4) - $45
  • Membership bundle - $80 enjoy unlimited Lego visits for 1 adult and 4 kids plus other year round benefits.
  • Members go free 

Book your sessions online today secure your session

Museum of Sydney

7 November 2015 - 31 July 2016

Museum of Sydney

Cnr Phillip and Bridge Streets, Sydney, NSW 2000

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