The Great Western Brick Show returns to the STEAM – Museum of the Great Western Railway in Swindon next weekend. This popular event is one of the highlights of the UK LEGO® scene, with builders from The Brickish Association and beyond heading to the event to show of their amazing MOCs. As well as amazing LEGO builds, there are plenty of build opportunities for visitors, including helping to build a huge mosaics and a number of Brick Pits. The Great Western Brick Show takes place this upcoming Saturday and Sunday, learn more below and book tickets here. Although I’ve never personally attended they show, I hear great things about it and it’s based within a wonderful location so well worth a visit. Plus I hear there could be some spooky things happening this at the event this year.
The Great Western Brick Show 2019 October 5th & 6th
The display will be held at STEAM – Museum of the Great Western Railway in Swindon on 5th and 6th October 2019. We’re planning some amazing new displays as well as all the usual activities for all the family to enjoy and participate in. All models on display are built by Brickish members, making it one of the the largest display of LEGO fan models from the UK.
Doors open at 10am and the show closes at 5pm. Last admission is at 4.30pm.
There will be plenty to see and do, making it a fabulous day out for all the family:
- Lots of models of all sizes built by LEGO fans such as railway layouts, buildings, space craft, cars, trucks, aircraft and much more
- Interactive Building – help create an all-new giant LEGO mosaic from over 100,000 bricks!
- Visit the LEGO Shop and other independent LEGO traders for some great deals on some exclusive LEGO sets not available on the high street
- LEGO and Duplo brick pits tables for children
- Brick Cafe – to keep you refreshed in first class style.
- all the regular displays and exhibits telling the remarkable story of the men and women who built, operated and travelled on the Great Western Railway. One entrance ticket covers access to the LEGO model show as well as the museum itself and the displays and exhibits of the Great Western Railway.