The world-renowned exhibition is welcoming children to attend at no cost over the Easter half-term.
The globally renowned touring exhibition made ENTIRELY out of Lego has announced some exciting offers before the close on Monday 20th April in Manchester.
The Art of the Brick sees nearly 100 pieces of art from award-winning artist Nathan Sawaya. The sculptures are made up of more than 1 million iconic Lego bricks all positioned meticulously with artistic skill.
Starting from Monday 2nd March, The Art of the Brick is offering adults and concessions tickets for £10 for midweek sessions (Monday – Friday) and on Mother’s day (which is fast approaching folks) Mums go FREE!
And for one final goodbye throughout the Easter Half Term, Holiday KIDS GO FREE (Saturday 4th April – Sunday 19th April).
The exhibition has been heralded as a ‘must-see’ and has in fact been seen by millions of people across the world on its tour that has spanned 12 years.
The Art of the Brick has broken attendance records around the globe with popular pieces including My Boy, Dinosaur and captivating recreations of iconic art such as the Mona Lisa.
The Manchester Exhibition also showcases 25 never-seen-before pieces in the UK.
There are only a few weeks left before the exhibition moves on to its next stop on Monday 20th April so be quick!!
The Art of the Brick @ Great Northern
Open daily from:
Sunday – Wednesday: 10am – 6pm (last entry 5pm)
Thursday: 10am – 8pm (last entry 7pm)
Friday – Saturday: 10am – 7pm (last entry 6pm)
£10 adult & concession tickets: Monday 2nd March – Friday 20th March.
Mums go free: Sunday 22nd March only.
Kids Go Free: Saturday 4th April – Sunday 19th April.