Creativity rewarded at Lego Exhibition


Since the Towers of Tomorrow With Lego® Bricks exhibition opened our guest have made the most of the 200,000 bricks on offer to creating hundreds of towers, houses, bridges and people.

We have been amazed at the creativity inspired by the breath taking skyscrapers on display.

As part of the Snap & Share competition the exhibition hash tag #SLMtowers has collected over 550 images from people all hoping to win a chance of the fantastic workshop with exhibition architect, Ryan McNaught, one of only 12 LEGO® certified professionals worldwide. We recently drew the winner for this comp and thrilled to invite young Max and his friends to take part in this special master class at the Museum of Sydney.

Mum, Lamina, who took the photo during the January school holidays said Max was "Super excited to win".  They will be returning to the Museum of Sydney soon to embark on a special afternoon of play and creativity with The Brick Man, Ryan McNaught. 

You can check out the winning image below and come along to the exhibition 7 days a week create your own masterpiece.

Towers of Tomorrow with LEGO® Bricks is on now at the Museum of Sydney. For more information and tickets head to the exhibition page. 

The winning image

Young lad shows of his Lego skills
Max the winner of our Towers of Tomorrow competition Via @doabit

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