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Bricktionary: The Interactive Lego Brick Exhibition

Check out the A-to-Z of Lego — including more than 150 impressive models, plus six interactive building zones.
By Sarah Ward
April 19, 2022
By Sarah Ward
April 19, 2022

They're one of the worst things that you can step on — and, no matter whether you're three, in your thirties or somewhere in-between (or older), they're the type of toy that's truly for all ages. That'd be Lego, aka the source of plenty of childhood fun, and now a kidulting staple thanks to boozy Lego nights and pop-up bars.

Always wanted to get the A-to-Z lowdown about the world's favourite plastic bricks? Then add a visit to Bricktionary: The Interactive Lego Brick Exhibition to your calendar. On display now at HOTA, Home of the Arts until Sunday, August 7, this brick-fuelled event gives southeast Queensland its second Lego-themed exhibition in mere months, after the Wonders of the World showcase wrapped up in Brisbane just a few months back.

Both take advantage of the Lego expertise of Ryan 'The Brickman' McNaught. And, obviously, the state's galleries and museums know one inescapable truth: there's no such thing as too much Lego. You'll certainly find a heap of it at Bricktionary, including over 150 impressive Lego models and six interactive building zones — so you can stare at Lego and make your own creations.

More than one million bricks have been used at Bricktionary, which is spread out over 1000 square metres at the Gold Coast venue.

The ticketed event is a family-friendly affair, obviously, so expect to have young Lego lovers for company.

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