Bricks in the Sky is back at the ArcelorMittal Orbit this February half term and you are invited! Artist Warren Elsmore will be bringing the London Skyline to life as you’ve never seen it before, with famous landmarks such as the Houses of Parliament, 10 Downing Street door, Beatles Abbey Road and the Crown Jewels all made from LEGO bricks.
Set 80m above east London, the view from the ArcelorMittal Orbit’s highest viewing gallery will also inspire a ‘live build’ during the exhibition. Test your creative flair by building a section of the on-site mosaic which will be centred around some of the London skyline’s most famous sights – as well as some of the Park’s own iconic venues. Learn some tips and tricks from the prolific LEGO brick artist himself, Warren Elsmore, who will be based at the exhibition.
There will also be LEGO bricks free play so you can get stuck in and build whatever your imagination can conjure up! and while you’re at the top feel free to take in the fantastic skyline views the ArcelorMittal Orbit has to offer including Big Ben, St Paul’s Cathedral, the O2 and get a bird’s eye view of the Stadium.
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