Liveable Exeter have partnered with Exeter City Council’s Royal Albert Museum and Art Gallery (RAMM) to bring the city the LEGO® Brick by Brick exhibition.
An exciting full-family affair, open from 18 June to 11 September, Brick by Brick is this year’s ‘not-to-be-missed’ family exhibition in LEGO® bricks! Watch the Romans take a bath, duck the erupting volcano in prehistoric Devon and picture yourself in the leafy green, sustainable Exeter of the future. Each of the nine miniaturised LEGO® brick models explores a different point in Exeter’s vibrant history.
Families are also challenged to head to the ‘build stations’ and let their creativity flow, with plinths at the ready to showcase their LEGO® brick creations. Expert or novice builder, everybody is invited to come along, dig in and have some fun.
Ian Collinson, Director of City Development said: “Liveable Exeter is a once in a generation opportunity to reimagine what the city could look like. The Liveable Exeter model, as you’ll see it in the exhibition, has been designed as a fun representation of just one of many ways we could do that. We will be using this exhibition as an opportunity to talk to people across the city about what they’d like to see in Exeter in the future and we’ll consider that feedback as we look to develop the new Exeter Plan. I am so excited to see this exhibition open and look forward to listening to what Exeter has to say about how we take the city forward. ”
Look out for further announcements on what Liveable Exeter engagement activities and events are happening over the summer.
The exhibition is supported by official partners Liveable Exeter and Exeter Canal and Quay Trust, and is sponsored by Drive Creative Studio, Stagecoach, the RAMM Development Trust, Building Greater Exeter, Princesshay, Vinci Construction, Kier, T Clarke, Arup, Massey Cladding Solutions and UK Remediation.
Museum entry is free. Brick by Brick exhibition tickets are priced from £2.50 to £4.50 and activities and events are bookable and priced individually. More information and tickets available at rammuseum.org.uk/brick-by-brick