Exhibition National Museum of Flight

Brick Wonders

26 Apr - 27 Jun 2021
10:00 - 17:00

Free with pre-booked museum entry

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Travel around the old and new Wonders of the World, recreated in half a million LEGO® bricks by brick artist Warren Elsmore and his team. 

Brick Wonders display

Beginning with the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, over 30 LEGO® models take you to historic, natural and modern wonders from all seven continents, all without having to board an aeroplane.  

See an Egyptian pyramid being built, marvel at the natural pyramid of the Matterhorn, peer into the depths of the Grand Canyon, hear the bustle of Old London Bridge and get lost in the three-metre-long recreation of the Great Barrier Reef.  

Detail from the Great Pyramids of Giza LEGO® model.

Detail from the Great Barrier Reef LEGO® model.

Detail from the Old London Bridge of LEGO® model.

Detail of two giraffes from the Safari LEGO® model.

Download and print

Bring the new trail with you to the museum and make the most of your visit. Copies are also available at the museum.

Download the Brick Wonders Trail

Concorde Big Build

Especially for us, Warren and his team have also created a LEGO® Big Build of our very own Concorde. Six metres long and made of over 60,000 bricks, you can see the model on display under Concorde. 

Minifigure trail

Discover more of the museum with our LEGO® minifigure trail and get inspiration for the real and imagined LEGO® brick wonders you could make at home.

LEGO® minifigures climbing a model of the Matterhorn.

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Warren Elsmore with the LEGO® Big Build of Concorde © Neil Hanna

Further guidance

Essential information

Onsite safety measures, including timed entry, remain in place at the museum to ensure that we can manage numbers and maintain physical distancing throughout your visit. 

Book in advance

Getting here

National Museum of Flight
East Fortune Airfield
East Lothian
EH39 5LF

 

Map and directions

Access

The site is wheelchair accessible and wheelchairs can be borrowed free of charge. 

The hangars have ramped access, however, due to the historic nature of our collection, Concorde is not accessible to everyone. 

Adapted toilets are available. 

Guide dogs, hearing dogs and other recognised assistance dogs are admitted. 

For more information, click here. 

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Header image: LEGO® model of the building of the Great Pyramids of Giza by Warren Elsmore. Model images courtesy of Warren Elsmore.

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