LEGO: The Art of the Brick

With two kids who have asked for LEGO for every Christmas and Birthday for the past few years, we didn’t think twice when attending the exhibition The Art of The Brick.


Our kids ages 5 and 12 years old had a fun time at this exhibition. The youngest was in awe at each sculptur and all of our children were extremely impressed by the final masterpiece: a giant 6 meter long Dinosaur Skeleton made from 80,020 LEGO® pieces!





The adults also appreciated the area dedicated to artwork reproductions including the Mona Lisa, the Thinker by Rodin, the Kiss by Klimt, the Scream by Munch, and also the Chartres Cathedral rose windows. We also enjoyed the very last part of the exhibition entitled, “In Pieces” which is a collaboration between Nathan Sawaya and photographer Dean West.







At the end of the exhibition, visitors were invited to express their creativity with LEGO bricks. We had a difficult time leaving and the kids did not want the exhibition to end!  Without a doubt, we are sure that LEGO® is going to continue to feed their imagination for maybe even the rest of their lives, if not for the next few years!


Practical Information

The Art of The Brick
Paris Expo, Porte de Versailles, Pavillon 8/A
1 Place de la Porte de Versailles – 75015 PARIS
Métro : Line 12, Station: Porte de Versailles
Tramway : Line T2 and T3 – Bus : Lines 39 – 80
Parking available

From May 14, 2015 – August 30, 2015
Open everyday from 10AM – 6PM in May and June
From 10AM – 7PM in July and August

Closed exceptionally on Tuesdays in May and June.

Rates / Audioguide included in ticket price
Adults : 16,50 €
Children (ages 5 – 12 years): 13,50 €
Famille (2 adults + 2 children) : 54 €
Children under age 5 are free.
Every Friday
Unique Rate: 13,50 €

Children under age 5 are free.

VIP Ticket
Reserve your VIP ticket and avoid waiting in line.  Reservations can be made each 30 minutes.

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