Lego's Brick Show comes to Christchurch

Last updated 15:59 11/07/2014
Lego show preparations
Iain McGregor

A SEA OF LEGO: Exhibitors at the Brick Show pick through thousands of Lego pieces ahead of opening day.

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The blocks are out.

Tomorrow, the new 1500sqm hangar of the Air Force Museum will be home to structures and creations only limited by the imaginations of their creators. 

The Christchurch Brick Show will exhibit LEGO models for all age groups.

Enthusiasts and collectors will show their designs, collections and contraptions.

Children will also have the opportunity to go hands on with dedicated LEGO activities in a dedicated play area.

LEGO City Designer Henrik Andersen and LEGO Certified Professional Ryan McNaught will be on had to lend expertise.

The show runs from 9am to 5pm on July 12 and 13. Entrance fee $2 for children, $4 for adults.


The Press is offering Lego experts a chance to win Toy World prizes for their best creations.

Load a picture of your Lego creation here and tell us your name and age. Entries will be judged in three age groups: 3-8, 9-14 and 15+. The creation with the most votes wins.

There are $20 Lego prizes up for grabs just for voting. Entries close at 5pm on July 27.

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