Jurassic World by Brickman


I love LEGO, my twin girls love LEGO and now my little boy loves LEGO.

We are also massive fans of Brickman. Who is also known as Ryan McNaught. Yes, his real name isn’t Brickman. And you probably wouldn’t be surprised to learn that I also watch LEGO Masters. Okay, so now you know it is a natural progression to have gone to the Brickman exhibit at The Australian Museum.

One exciting part of being in the city is catching trains. My little boy and I caught a train to Museum and the exhibit was a short walk from the station.

My six year old boy and I visited the Jurassic World by Brickman exhibit at the Australian Museum. We saw so many LEGO dinosaurs and got hands on with all the LEGO. Learn what you an do at the exhibition.
Arriving at the Australian Museum

The exhibit was a secret surprise for my little boy, actually, it was a fun weekend with Mummy in the city.

About Jurassic World by Brickman

Dates: The exhibition is open until 17 July.

Location: The Australian Museum, Sydney, NSW
1 William Street Sydney NSW 2010 
If travelling by public transport get off at Museum Station, it is only a short walk to the Australian Museum.

Tickets: Tickets for a family of 4 are $95 and you can book your tickets at Ticketek

Opening Hours: 10am – 5pm

The Jurassic World Brickman Exhibit features over 50 large-scale dinosaurs, props, scenes, and activities made from over 6 million LEGO® bricks. Plus, in a Sydney exclusive, the newest Jurassic World by Brickman® dinosaur will be unveiled. Weighing in at 400 kilograms, the Baryonyx is over 4.8 metres long and made up of 102,317 LEGO® bricks. Relive the magic of beloved stories and characters from the Jurassic World franchise, as you embark on a thrilling journey across the island – Isla Nublar.

Walk through the iconic gates of the park (all made out of LEGO) and experience the inner workings of the Jurassic Worldlab. Venture into the baby dinosaur enclosure, where a life-size Brachiosaurus weighing well over 1.8 tonnes awaits! Encounter incredible models of Triceratops, Velociraptors, T.rex, and many more.

There will be 2.5 million LEGO® bricks for you to show off your own building skills. Get hands-on with LEGO® brick paleontology, mystery mosaics, island-building, hybrid dinosaur creations, and much more.

More than two years and 10,000 build hours have gone into the creation of Jurassic World by Brickman®, making it the biggest exhibition the Brickman team has ever created. This is a not to be missed experience for kids and adults alike.

LEGO Jurassic Fossil

New Jurassic Film out soon

If you are a Jurassic World fan like I am you will be excited for the new Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment film Jurassic World: Dominion debuts in cinemas in June 2022.

Jurassic World Brickman exhibit at the Australian Muesum

We had a blast at the exhibition. The dinosaurs and the world that was created were amazing and all out of LEGO. It must have taken ages and been hard work to create the signs, doors, lights, and of course life-like dinosaur statues.

It was fantastic that kids were able to be hands-on and get totally involved by creating their own LEGO pieces as well. Alexander spent hours creating his version of a Pterodactyl as well as some interesting art that was meant to be a dinosaur footprint but ended up being an artwork.

Be prepared to stay for hours longer for your LEGO-obsessed child to play with all the LEGO.

Brekkie with the Brickman

Would you like to meet Brickman? How about having breakfast with the man? I wish we could have done this as well… the exhibit was amazing. However, learning a few tips and techniques to make my LEGO creations more fabulous ( I can dream right?)

Ryan ‘the Brickman’ McNaught. Image from the Australian Museum website

You can join Brickman for conversation and a Masterclass with the only LEGO® Certified Professional in the Southern Hemisphere- Ryan ‘the Brickman’ McNaught. Enjoy a light breakfast in Hintze Hall before gaining insights and tips in the Masterclass, as Ryan answers your questions and takes you through a range of fun activities. Explore Jurassic World by Brickman® and snap a selfie with the Brickman himself.

Make sure to book to not be disappointed and have Brekkie with Brickman.

Friday mornings, 29 April & 27 May: 7:30 – 9:30am
All persons under the age of 12 must be accompanied by a paying adult.

An exclusive after-hours Masterclass for grownups with Ryan ‘The Brickman’ McNaught.

Late Night LEGO with the Brickman
Thursday nights, 28 April & 26 May: 8:30 – 10pm

This is perfect for adults who are LEGO lovers. Have a drink and learn from Brickman and find out how to improve your LEGO creations.

Book today to make sure you don’t miss out.

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