LEGO Exhibition In Western Australia Opens With 90-Years Of History On Display
Perth's largest LEGO User Groups join forces with a local tourist park to put on a one of a kind display in Western Australia.
A new LEGO museum has just opened its doors in Western Australia, giving LEGO fans a journey through history, showcasing models from the last 90 years.
50km south of Perth, located at Amaze Miniature Park in Barragup, the miniature scale theme park has joined forces with local LEGO User Group WA Brick Society, with a jaw-dropping display.
The exhibition, aptly named 'Ye Olde Brick Lane', will be WA’s first permanent Lego display. The internal exhibition space is a brand new feature to Amaze and adds a fresh new attraction to the historical and exciting venue.
The newly established space is every Lego fan’s dream with an explosion of colour and storytelling throughout the room. There are movie-themed builds to marvel at, set and original modular constructions to make your jaw drop and every kind of vehicle you can imagine from Technic Cars to Excavators and Historic aircraft on display. All models on display have been constructed by members of the WA Brick Society who are excited to share their love of all things Lego with the wider community.
From this Lego fan’s perspective, building with Lego is such a creative form of expression, whether you are building a set or designing and devising a MOC (My Own Creation) build. There is something truly exciting about being able to create literally anything from the pieces at your disposal with no right or wrong way to devise and build.
Club Secretary Ryan Masters is excited for what the display will bring to Amaze Miniature Park. “It’s an incredible collection of Lego models from the last 90 years” he said. “We have some of the biggest sets Lego has ever produced and there is something for everyone” he continued.
‘Ye Ole Brick Lane’ is open now as part of the Amaze Park attractions but will celebrate its official opening with a celebration on Saturday 30th April from 12:00pm. There will be interactive activities and fun for the whole family so why not make a day of it?
Amaze Miniature Park is located just north of the Pinjarra and Husband Road intersection and is a 10-minute bus ride from the Mandurah train station (via Bus Route 600). Be sure to check out their website at https://www.amazeminiaturepark.com.au/ for weekly and seasonal opening hours.
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