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Lego Exhibition

Are you looking for some summer holiday entertainment for your children or grandkids?

Bucks County Museum in Aylesbury has a brand new and interactive LEGO┬« exhibition over the summer holidays — it's on now and continues until Wednesday 5th September.

Civilisations is an amazing show with stunning LEGO models including life-sized human figures from ancient civilisations, including an Aztec, Samurai Warrior, Egyptian pharaoh and ancient Greek philosopher.

As well as learning about these civilisations, visitors can even pose for 'selfies' with the life-sized figures and build their own LEGO models to add to the huge world map.

The museum will also be running the 'Big Brick Building Competition' over the summer holidays so check the website for details and how to enter.

A brilliant exhibition for LEGO fans of all ages!

Check the museum website for opening times and admission charges.

Bucks County Museum, Church Street, Aylesbury HP20 2QP.
Tel 01296 331441 or visit www.buckscountymuseum.org

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