Brickish Weekend Returns To Space Centre This March

The National Space Centre in Leicester will once again be playing host to their annual LEGO® event – Brickish Weekend. On March 3rd & 4th visitors to the Space Centre can immerse themselves in one of the largest displays of LEGO creations in the UK. Members of the Brickish Association will be on hand to show off their amazing MOCs, budding builders can help create the famous Fairy Bricks mosaic and you’ll also be able to track down the LEGO Treasure Trail for a chance to bag some LEGO Star Wars goodies. Plus on Saturday evening, once the daytime activities are over, spend the evening with LEGO Batman during an exclusive screening of The LEGO Batman Movie in the Sir Patrick Moore Planetarium. Learn more about both events over on the National Space Centre website. This is a local event for us so we’ll be there and we hope to see you there too.

The Brickish Weekend March 3rd & 4th

Imagine one of the largest displays of LEGO ever created in the UK. Now you don’t have to imagine it, as the National Space Centre joins forces with the Brickish Association to create a weekend dedicated to the iconic colourful plastic brick.

Now in its ninth year, the weekend will see the whole building filled with huge LEGO creations, rare kits, planes, trains and automobiles.

Of course, there will be a whole gallery dedicated to LEGO space, with huge LEGO builds of real and fictional craft.

Author: Adam White

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