Get ready for an immersive adventure like no other as Ryan ‘Brickman’ McNaught re-imagines Jurassic World, the blockbuster franchise from Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment, in the largest LEGO® brick exhibition ever made by The Brickman team.
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AN IMMERSIVE ADVENTURE
THE JURASSIC GATES
Visitors to Jurassic World by Brickman® begin their journey by walking through the iconic 4-metre-tall Jurassic World gates to explore the Isla Nublar and experience the inner workings of the Jurassic World lab. 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.
EMBARK ON A THRILLING JOURNEY
THROUGH THE STORIES AND DINOSAURS
FROM THE EPIC JURASSIC WORLD
Featuring large-scale dinosaurs, props, scenes and activities made from over 6 million LEGO bricks — plus, the newest Jurassic World by Brickman® dinosaur, weighing in at 400 kilograms, the Baryonyx! This dino 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 Isla Nublar.
2.5 MILLION LEGO BRICKS
TO BUILD WITH
In the Jurassic World by Brickman® experience, LEGO® brick fanatics will have an opportunity to show off their own building skills.
The hands-on exhibition features a myriad of activities, including island-building, LEGO® brick palaeontology and discovery through mystery mosaics, hybrid dinosaur creation, learning to track a dinosaur by creating species footprints, and even building escape vehicles to get away from a T.rex. With 2.5 million bricks to play with, creativity will not be in short supply!
THE LARGEST LEGO BRICK
EXHIBITION IN AUSTRALIAN
This experience brings you the iconic Jurassic World in LEGO® bricks. More than two years and 10,000 build hours have gone into the creation of Jurassic World by Brickman, making it the biggest exhibition ever made by The Brickman team. The world-first exhibition has taken over two years to design and build, and features some of the most complex and challenging models they have ever created. This is a not to be missed experience for kids and adults alike.
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
Five cities and three countries so far. Jurassic World by Brickman started in Melbourne, Australia in 2021. Since then, the show has travelled to Sydney (AUS), Perth (AUS), Norrköping (SWE), and Wellington (NZ).
Jurassic World by Brickman 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.
Our life-size Brachiosaurus is not only the largest model within the exhibition but is also one of the largest LEGO sculptures ever made! Weighing well over 1.8 tonnes and made almost entirely with DUPLO® bricks, Brachiosaurs took 1477 hours and 171150 bricks to build.
Situated 120 miles (190 km) west of Costa Rica, Isla Nublar is home to the Dinosaurs of Jurassic World. This secluded (and sadly fictional) island was leased by InGen from the Costa Rican Government. At Jurassic World by Brickman, Isla Nublar has been brought to life through LEGO; taking a total of 426 hours and 27,543 LEGO bricks to build, featuring dinosaurs, plants, and park attractions from the Jurassic franchise.
Through a number of different ways. Sometimes it’s twice as much work to map something out on a computer, so we often draw and sketch our ideas. Others are meticulously planned out within an inch of their lives. The Baryonyx is over 4.8m long and made up of 102,317 bricks. It took 790 hours to put together. There’s a lot of work involved!
There are four different Mystery Mosaics visitors to Jurassic World by Brickman can help us build. Each of these mosaics was digitally designed first, then broken into small 6×6 LEGO® stud squares that our custom iPad app gives visitors instructions for. Each mosaic uses 124,416 1×1 LEGO bricks and, depending on the number of visitors doing them, these mosaics can take anywhere between four and 15 days to complete.
Very carefully on six semi-trailers, or six shipping containers for overseas travel! Obviously, you can’t transport a giant T Rex on a truck, so we deconstructed each model into large sections which we then put together again.
The Velociraptor ‘Blue’ was one of the more technically challenging builds within the exhibition. However, the engineering challenges are also what made ‘Blue’ Brickman’s favourite. It took 460 hours and 58,227 bricks to bring this iconic build to life, and Ryan and The Brickman team learnt more about raptors than they ever thought they would need to.
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.