BRICKLIVE Ocean Splashes Down At Edinburgh Zoo

Bright Bricks have been displaying various themed exhibition across the UK for a couple of years now. They are cropping up all over the place, so much so I’ve not really been able to keep up-to-date on current displays. Which is where you lovely lot come in, BricksFanz reader, Matthew is currently enjoying his honeymoon in Scotland and visited Edinburgh Zoo, who are hosting BRICKLIVE Ocean. Dotted across the zoo are numerous ocean-themed brick-built models. The event is included in the admission price to the zoo, you can learn more about the event, which run until September 17th, on the Edinburgh Zoo website. Thanks to Matthew for the information and images.

BRICKLIVE Ocean Edinburgh Zoo

A world-exclusive display is coming to Edinburgh Zoo this summer! You can see over 30 life-sized sculptures made out of over one million LEGO® bricks, including a killer whale, a hammerhead shark, a giant squid, an octopus and much more.

It’s the first-ever showing of BRICKLIVE Ocean, which will run from 6 July to 17 September and will be included in your ticket price.

These amazing sculptures will form a trail around the Zoo featuring lots of interactive experiences, including a LEGO® brick pit and the chance to make LEGO® models, and telling the story of the threats faced by our magnificent marine life.

BRICKLIVE Ocean Edinburgh Zoo

BRICKLIVE Ocean Edinburgh Zoo

BRICKLIVE Ocean Edinburgh Zoo

BRICKLIVE Ocean Edinburgh Zoo

Author: Adam White

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