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Suitable for all ages
Venue type: Indoor
Kids love LEGO®. They also can’t get enough of Superheroes. So put those two together and welcome, The Art of the Brick: DC Super Heroes.
Working with Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment, artist Nathan Sawaya has created a brand new exhibition with over 120 original works. He took inspiration from the world’s favourite super heroes and villains, as well as their vehicles, environments and classic comic book themes. Expect to see familiar faces including the likes of Batman, the Joker, Superman, Wonder Woman and Harley Quinn; all artfully rendered in over 2 million LEGO® bricks! Alongside exploring ideas of good vs. evil, Sawaya hopes his work will encourage curiosity in kids everywhere.
This is world’s largest LEGO® exhibition and comes to London after an award-winning, record breaking tour. It’s been seen by millions of people in over 75 cities across the world. In other words, this is one you must not miss! If you’re planning a visit, the works have been housed in a purpose built space on London’s South Bank, handily just a few minutes walk from Waterloo Station.
- The world’s largest LEGO® exhibition
- Over 120 original works based on DC Super Heroes and Villains
- Built using over 2 million LEGO® bricks
- Restaurant Onsite
- Snacks Available
- Wheelchair Friendly
- Toilets Available
- Baby Changing Available
- Disabled Toilets Available
- Parking Available Nearby
- Pushchair Friendly
Getting There and Contact Information
Doon Street Car Park, Upper Ground, London, Greater London, SE1 9PP, England
The exhibition is directly behind the National Theatre.
Standard Opening Times and Pricing
Sunday to Wednesday 10:00 - 18:00
Thursday 10:00 - 20:00
Friday to Saturday 10:00 - 19:00
The last time slot available is 1 hour before closing.
No pets are allowed.
Baby food facilities
There are no baby food/milk warming facilities at this attraction.
Pushchairs can be stored in the cloakroom area. They are not allowed in the exhibition itself.
The nearest car park is located on Cornwall Road (2 minute walk from the exhibition)