Action Packed Lego Exhibition at Torquay Museum this Weekend
Lego is coming to the Torquay Museum this weekend, just in time for the start of half term.
Torquay Museum is opening Torbay’s very first Lego Models exhibition, and to celebrate you can expect a action packed model building weekend.
Whether a big kid at heart or a family day out you’re going to love the model exhibition.
Lego, the answer to half term
Visitors to Torquay Museum on Saturday 26th May 2018 will not only be able marvel at the stunning models on display.
But they will also be able to:
- Make their very own models, using play Lego which can be added to a special pre-built town.
- Use a Virtual Reality (VR) headset to walk through a themed building
- Build with Lego using laptops loaded with special builder software
The best part of all, is you won’t have to worry about stepping in any in bare feet.
Celebrate Geopark Festival Week
Along side this Torquay Museum is also celebrating Geopark Festivel Week.
Visitors to the museum can take part in the festival by making their own cave painting by torchlight.
Get to grips with a range of stone age tools, skulls and pots, plus make your very own stone-age vessel from clay.
There is a small additional charge for celebrating the Geopark Festival of £4.00 per child.
The Brick Built: An exhibition of Lego Models is sponsored by Torquay based architects Kay Elliott.
About Torquay Museum
Torquay Museum, is open Monday to Saturday from 10am-4pm.
At the museum you can also visit a plethora of exhibitions including Ancient Egypt, Natural History and more.
If you’re feeling a little famished after all the excitement Lego can bring, why not take a load off by visiting the on site Pengelly’s Cafe.
Finally, make the day memorable with a small gift straight from the Torquay Museum giftshop.