Art of the Brick Returns

Larger than life LEGO sculptures

After the successful debut of The Art of the Brick, named one of the world's 'Must See Exhibitions' by CNN, award-winning artist Nathan Sawaya is back with The Art of the Brick: DC Super Heroes (until September 3). Instead of the most iconic pieces of art of all-time made out of LEGO bricks, this exhibit features the most iconic Super Heroes and Villains from the last 80 years.

There are more than 120 works of art made of over 2 million LEGO bricks - making it the world's largest LEGO exhibition. Large-scale sculptures include Batman, The Joker, Superman, Wonder Woman and even a life-size Batmobile. Tickets are £11 for children 16 and under (children under 4 are free) and adults are £16.50. Discounted prices for family and groups. All tickets are £10 each on Mondays.
Southbank, London SE1 9PP

Conveniently located in a custom-built tent on Southbank, directly behind the National Theatre, there are a plethora of places to stop for a bite to eat before or after visiting the exhibition. Some fast and family-friendly places include:

For dessert or a treat, queue for freshly made Dinky Donuts (10 for £2) sold from a silver caravan* or SNOG frozen yogurt from their Routemaster bus when it returns to Southbank in May.

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