In Western Australia, Perth’s largest LEGO User Groups have teamed up with a local tourist park to create a unique LEGO museum, offering a captivating journey through history with a dazzling display of LEGO models spanning the past 90 years.
Discover ‘Ye Olde Brick Lane’
Situated 50 kilometers south of Perth, at Amaze Miniature Park in Barragup, this miniature-scale theme park has partnered with the local LEGO User Group, WA Brick Society, to present an awe-inspiring exhibition.
A Colorful Journey Through Time
Named ‘Ye Olde Brick Lane,’ this exhibition marks Western Australia’s first permanent LEGO display, adding an exciting attraction to the historical venue of Amaze.
A LEGO Fan’s Dream
The newly established exhibition space is a dream come true for LEGO enthusiasts, featuring an explosion of color and storytelling throughout the room.
From Movie-Themed Marvels to Original Creations
Visitors can marvel at movie-themed builds, original modular constructions that will leave you in awe, and a wide array of vehicles, from Technic Cars to Excavators and Historic aircraft, all proudly on display.
Crafted by LEGO Enthusiasts
Every model showcased in the exhibition has been meticulously constructed by the dedicated members of the WA Brick Society, who are eager to share their passion for all things LEGO with the wider community.
Unleash Your Creativity with LEGO
From a LEGO fan’s perspective, building with LEGO is a highly creative form of expression.
An Official Opening Celebration
The official opening celebration is scheduled for Saturday, April 30th, starting at 12:00 pm. Families can look forward to interactive activities and a day of fun.
Amaze Miniature Park is conveniently located just north of the Pinjarra and Husband Road intersection, with easy access via a 10-minute bus ride from the Mandurah train station (via Bus Route 600).
Plan Your Visit
For up-to-date information on weekly and seasonal opening hours, visit their website at Amaze Miniature Park. Don’t miss the chance to immerse yourself in the world of LEGO history in Western Australia’s exciting new exhibition.
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