A beautiful three-metre LEGO® model of the National Museum of Scotland is now on display.

Renowned brick artist Warren Elsmore and his team took over 350 hours and almost 90,000 bricks to build this exquisite model of the museum.

Using scale-plans and elevation drawings, the miniature model depicts gallery details and a number of exhibition objects with thousands of tiny bricks. Every single brick used is a standard LEGO® brick, although rare bricks and parts were sought from all over Europe to complete this unique build.

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  • A LEGO® view of the Grand Gallery

    A LEGO® view of the Grand Gallery
  • A LEGO® view of the Earth in Space gallery

    A LEGO® view of the Earth in Space gallery
  • A LEGO® view of the Earth in Space gallery

    A LEGO® view of the Earth in Space gallery
  • Looking down into the LEGO® museum

    Looking down into the LEGO® museum
  • A LEGO® view of Hawthornden Court

    A LEGO® view of Hawthornden Court
  • A LEGO® view of the balcony cafe at the museum

    A LEGO® view of the balcony cafe at the museum
  • A LEGO® wedding on the private roof terrace at the museum

    A LEGO® wedding on the private roof terrace at the museum

Festival of Architecture 2016

Showing as part of the Festival of Architecture 2016, which will celebrate Scotland’s fantastic built environment, as a key part of the 2016 Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design celebrations. #IAD2016.

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Exhibition information

When

1 Jun - 31 Dec 2016

Where

Info Zone, Level 3

How much

Free