Brickman Cities

Our latest LEGO® brick experience focuses on some of the world’s greatest Cities, explores their history with LEGO® bricks and then invites you to build them into the future with millions of LEGO® bricks! With this show we’ve really pushed the envelope and built something very different that combines classic fun Brickman models with cutting edge technology. This experience is a smaller, more intimate and immersive one than our other exhibitions, with a focus put on learning and play rather than large scale sculptures.

Brickman Cities experience features for the first-time ever, a brand-new collaboration with LEGO® CITY – an entire wall devoted to showcasing the history of LEGO® CITY, with CITY Fire Stations from decades ago.  This interactive master builder zone offers kids the opportunity to get hands-on with over half a million LEGO® bricks, become the heroes of LEGO® CITY and spark their creativity and build the LEGO® CITY of tomorrow.

The centrepiece of the new experience is a 3m x 4m 1:600 scale model of Lower Manhattan, and is built entirely in white LEGO pieces so we can 3-D project stories of New York directly onto them with UHD 4K projectors. The story takes visitors from the days of the First People’s villages amongst the swamps of the river delta right up until the present day.

Around Manhattan we have 4 of great cities of the world; London, Tokyo, Dubai and Sydney. Each City is represented with 3 huge skyscrapers as well as 3 different stages of their history, from 1000 AD right up to the present day and show how each city has evolved and grown. Each City has hundreds of thousands of LEGO bricks for YOU to build what you think that city will look like in the future!

Part WOW factor, part educational, Brickman Cities took over 1,500 hours to build and used over 900,000 LEGO® bricks, with the team spending a further 250 hours developing sophisticated 3D projections that bring the hero city, New York to life.

This new kind of LEGO® learning experience premiered at a purpose-built structure at The Entertainment Quarter in Moore Park Sydney in January 2019, which we followed up with a fantastic run at The WA Maritime Museum in Fremantle Perth. Most recently it has had an amazing 4 month stay at Melbourne’s Scienceworks museum!

Brickman Awesome

Our all-new fully interactive LEGO® brick exhibition which is all about things which are amazing, unique, record-breaking or just plain awesome! You’ve never seen LEGO® like this before!

Marking Ryan’s third exhibition made entirely from LEGO® bricks, Brickman Awesome showcases the first life-sized LEGO® Harley Davidson ever made.

The exhibition is made up of 36 never-seen-before LEGO® models, totalling more than 2 million bricks and clocking up more than 5,000 hours of build-time! The exhibition also showcases a giant 3m tall LEGO DUPLO® Orca Whale and the largest ever LEGO® Caterpillar 797 dump truck! Adding to the awesome-ness is a full-sized LEGO® Australian saltwater crocodile, weighing over 60kgs and built using more than 40,000 LEGO® bricks!

If that’s not awesome enough, visitors will be forgiven for thinking they have stepped inside a zoo as they find themselves surrounded by a LEGO® Kangaroo, Koala and Emperor Penguins!

So far we’ve had smash hit tours of Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane and Adelaide, and Hobart and now we’re heading to Newcastle for a special 3- week school holiday run Newcastle Entertainment Centre! See more here.
NOTE: Please be aware that due to COVID-19 protocols our exhibitions currently no longer have LEGO building activities included.

Wonders of the World

Ever dreamed of visiting the Empire State Building or the Great Wall of China, seeing the Mona Lisa or navigating the subway of Tokyo without having to go overseas? Well now you can at our ALL NEW interactive exhibition of epic LEGO® masterpieces: Wonders of the World!

More than 50 awe-inspiring and never-seen-before models will be on display, taking visitors on a hands-on journey through history. Some of the models that will be showcased include a giant LEGO® Arc de Triomphe, LEGO® Empire State Building with Kong Kong, LEGO® Big Ben, a LEGO® Leaning Tower of Pisa! And even Michelangelo’s statue of David made from LEGO® bricks. We’ve just wrapped up blockbuster tours of Australia and New Zealand- stay tuned to our social media to find out where we’re heading next!

The Brickman Experience

The Brickman Experience is my first ever touring show that collects together sixty of my original LEGO® brick models along with  their own unique  behind-the-scenes story, including original drawings and sketches. It has had sell-out tours in all across Australia and New Zealand, and in 2019 headed overseas to South America!

The exhibition, suitable for little kids and big kids (LEGO® code for adults!) is re-opening at Highcross in Leicester from August 15th!
Book your tickets here!

We are working with safety professionals who have advised us and risked assessed the re-opening of the Brickman event. The relaunch has taken into account all of the government legalisation, regulation and advise, and therefore does of course mean that the look and feel of the event will be slightly different.

For our full COVID Secure measures, see our Leicester FAQ page

Towers of Tomorrow

Towers of Tomorrow with LEGO® Bricks features some of the most iconic and eye-popping towers from across Asia & Australia including Queensland’s Infinity Tower & Q1, Melbourne’s Eureka Tower, Sydney Tower, Taiwan’s Taipei 101, Japan’s Tokyo Skytree, Kuala Lumpur’s twin Petronas Towers, Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands, and the amazing and highly anticipated self-contained city that will be China’s Shanghai Tower.

Currently on tour around the USA thanks to Flying Fish Exhibits!




      •  Re-opening 15th August! – Leicester, United Kingdom



      • 15th June 2019 – 6th October 2019 – Scienceworks, Melbourne- SEASON EXTENDED DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND!
      • 5th April – 5th May 2019 – WA Maritime Museum, Fremantle
      • 4th January 2019 – 10th February 2019 – Entertainment Quarter, Sydney


      • 10th – 27th January 2019 – Adelaide Convention Centre
      • 13th – 28th April 2019 – MAC2, Hobart


      • 15th December 2018 – 20th January 2019 – Air Force Museum of New Zealand, Christchurch


      • 11th March – 14th April 2019 – Oaklands Mall, Guatemala
      • 13th January 2019 – 22nd February 2019 – Multiplaza Escazú, Costa Rica



      • 1st December -22nd December – Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre
      • 15th September – 14th October – Dreamworld on the Gold Coast
      • 23rd June – 22nd July  – Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre
      • 21st March -29th April – Melbourne Museum Plaza, Melbourne
      • 26th December 2017- 4th February 2018 – Sydney, New South Wales


      • 28th September – 14th October 2018, Exhibition Park in Canberra
      • 23rd September – 28th January 2018, The District Docklands, Melbourne, Victoria


      • 15th December 2018 – 20th January 2019 – Air Force Museum of New Zealand, Christchurch
      • 30th June – 22nd July -ASB Baypark Stadium Lounge, Mt Maunganui
      • 30th March- 13th May -Auckland Museum, Auckland, New Zealand
      • 3rd – 25th March -Claudelands,Hamilton, New Zealand
      • 9th December  – 18th February 2018 – Wellington, New Zealand



      • 26th December 2017- 4th February 2018 – Sydney, New South Wales


      • 14th – 29th Jan, Geelong, Victoria
      • 9th-30th Apr, Newcastle, New South Wales
      • 23rd September – 28th January 2018, The District Docklands, Melbourne, Victoria


      • 1st April – 7th May – Melbourne, Victoria
      • 22nd June – 30th July – Perth, Western Australia
      • 9th December 16th February 2018 – Wellington, New Zealand



      • 1st – 24th July – Auckland, New Zealand
      • 29th July – 14th August  – Hamilton, New Zealand
      • 27th Sept – 9th October – Hobart, Tasmania
      • 17th Dec – 11th January 2017 – Adelaide, South Australia


      • 23rd Nov – 14th December – Brisbane, Queensland
      • 20th December 2016 – 5th Feb 2017 Sydney, New South Wales

The Brickman

The Brickman