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London For Toddlers: The Art of the Brick
All ages

The Art of the Brick

The Boiler House

From March 6, 2024

£13.90 - £25.90

The Art of the Brick is the best-known LEGO® art exhibition in the world. After touring several cities and entering CNN's list of "Must-See" exhibitions, it is back in London! Critically acclaimed, the collection features works by artist Nathan Sawaya which are made from millions of LEGO® bricks.

Come and visit The Art of the Brick London, the most famous exhibition of LEGO® art! Find out how over a million LEGO® bricks have been transformed into more than 100 sculptures by artist Nathan Sawaya.

Critically acclaimed, this collection includes not only original sculptures by the artist, but also new versions of great masterpieces such as Michelangelo's David, Van Gogh's The Starry Night and Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa.

In addition to this, the exhibition also features an innovative LEGO® multimedia collection produced together with award-winning photographer Dean West. Visited by over 10 million people around the world, The Art of The Brick promises to be an event in London that's not to be missed!

Get inspired at the Expo and explore our play and build area to create your own LEGO sculptures! You'll also find a gift shop with exclusive LEGO items so you can get creative at home.


Adult (18-64): £17.90
VIP Adult (18-64): £25.90
Child (4-17): £13.90
VIP Child (4-17): £21.90
Senior (65+), Student (13-26), Disabled: £15.90
Group Bundle (8+ tickets, per person): £16.90


Monday, Wednesday and Thursday: 10:00 to 20:00
Fridays and Saturdays: 10:00 to 21:00
Sunday: 10:00 to 20:00


The Boiler House

152 Brick Lane

E1 6RU


Shoreditch High Street


There’s no parking at the venue, but you can park in one of the several public parkings next to the exhibition.


Many restaurants and cafes close by


Prams are allowed, but please, keep in mind that the exhibition takes place over two floors and there are stairs.


Service animals are allowed.


The venue is not fully accessible due to a lack of step-free access. However, upon arrival, you can request access to the materials displayed upstairs by asking a member of staff.