With thousands of LEGO® parts to build with, the only limit is your imagination!
Just like Brickman’s bestselling book, The Bricktionary: The ultimate LEGO® A-Z, the exhibition is built to inspire LEGO builders’ imaginations and challenge visitors with new interactive build zones! The Bricktionary Exhibition is The Brickman’s ultimate A-Z of LEGO® brick models! Designed to showcase the creativity and possibilities within the simple LEGO brick, The Bricktionary exhibition includes over 200 individual models created by Ryan and his team based on the letters of the alphabet.
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Current exhibitions now showing at the below locations. Visit the dedicated website to buy tickets for that specific location.
Build your imagination
The Bricktionary: An Interactive Exhibition is designed as an interactive LEGO® brick experience, offering a fun-filled journey of creation for families, children and adults alike. With 6 interactive zones and hands-on challenges featuring over 1 million LEGO bricks, participants will learn how to turn LEGO® dreams into reality, with amazing creations and something to spark everyone’s creativity.
Encounter a new level of interactive experience with our Earthquake Challenge!
Visitors to The Bricktionary must build a LEGO® brick model to survive an earthquake! Learn about how to make your LEGO builds strong then test your skills against our Earthquake machine! How long can your build last?
Take a walk through The Brickman’s ultimate A-Z of LEGO brick models!
As part of The Bricktionary exhibition, Ryan (AKA, ‘Brickman’) gave The Brickman team a chance to build a LEGO® brick model of anything they could think of, showcasing both their skill and passions. From anime to animals, fashion to fantasy and tabletop games to TV shows, there’s something to inspire everyone to get out their LEGO bricks and get building!
Who is The Brickman?
The Brickman is a highly skilled team of LEGO® brick model builders and craftspeople, led by one of the world’s leading LEGO brick artists and only LEGO Certified Professional (LCP) in the southern hemisphere, Ryan ‘Brickman’ McNaught.
Ryan’s creations have won many awards and have been displayed all around the world. In 2019, Ryan took on the role of judge and LEGO expert on Australia’s award-winning TV show, LEGO Masters Australia, which just completed its 5th season – Grand Masters.
Frequently asked questions
Four cities and three countries so far. Bricktionary: The Interactive Exhibition, started in Melbourne, Australia in 2022. Since then, the show has travelled to Gold Coast (AUS), Cinncinati (USA), and Beijing (China).
The Bricktionary Exhibition was so popular, we decided to make two. Now we can share the ultimate LEGO A-Z with more audiences around the world.
The Bricktionary is a globally touring exhibition. The best way to stay up to date on all upcoming Brickman events and tour dates near you, is by signing up to The Brickman mailing list. You can find the sign-up link above the footer at the bottom of the page.
It’s pretty hard to pick a favourite, but built as a challenge on LEGO® Masters Australia, the Space Shuttle is out of this world in terms of detail and size. It is the biggest model in the exhibition at 4m tall.
The LEGO Masters Space Shuttle took 775 hours and 167,891 bricks to create, and is the second largest rocket The Brickman team have ever built at 4m tall. The largest is the Nasa SLS Rocket, and at over 7.5m is the tallest LEGO® model built in the Southern Hemisphere – this massive build took The Brickman team 563 hours and 460,323 bricks to complete.
Please refer to the ‘TICKETS ON SALE NOW’ table at the top and bottom of the page for links to location specific show details. Visit the dedicated website for each location to find event FAQs and buy tickets for a particular show.