If you think you know how to LEGO, you haven’t seen the work of Ryan McNaught, better known as the ‘Brickman’.

He’s become a household name from the TV series ‘Lego Masters Australia’ and now some of his best constructions are on display at the Queensland Museum in South Brisbane.

The Brickman with his Leaning Tower of Pisa (Wonders of the World LEGO Exhibit)

The “Wonders of the World” exhibit features a number of Earth’s greatest engineering feats recreated using LEGO.

From the Empire State Building and Taj Mahal, to the Great Wall of China – it’s all there!

In total there are more than 50 epic displays from right across the globe. You can even see the LEGO version of the Great Barrier Reef!

The Space Shuttle (Wonders of the World LEGO Exhibit)

Here’s some of the other noteworthy pieces:

  • The Space Shuttle from this year’s LEGO Masters Australia at 4 metres tall (the tallest, heaviest and the most time consuming build)
  • ​The Titanic at 120 kilograms (the second heaviest)
  • Tokyo subway map measuring 4.65 metres long (the longest creation)
  • Flying Scotsman steam engine made up of 164,611 bricks (the second most bricks)
  • St Basil’s Cathedral which took 320 hours to construct. (the longest build by a single builder)
Arc de Triomphe (Wonders of the World LEGO Exhibit)

Tickets are $12.50 for kids aged 3-12, adults cost $19.50, the concession price is $17, kids under 3 are free, or you can get a family pass (2 adults and 2 kids) for $59.

The exhibit runs until the end of January.

For more info or to book tickets CLICK HERE.

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