The Bricktionary: The ultimate LEGO® A-Z exhibition, has been created to inspire LEGO builders’ imaginations and challenge visitors with new and fun interactive build zones! Filled with models inspired by the book, the exhibition also includes models from the Brickman collection, never-before-seen creations, and over 45 models from the imaginations of the Brickman team!
We’ve added a whole new level of challenge to our exhibition build zones for Bricktionary! In a Brickman exhibition exclusive, visitors to Bricktionary can build a LEGO® brick model to survive an earthquake! Learn how to make your LEGO builds strong, then test your skills against our Earthquake machine! How long can your build last?
Unleash your creativity and design a unique LEGO® spaceship inspired by Brickman’s brick-built X-Wing. What will be the purpose of your spaceship, how does it move, does it have blasters, and what is the color scheme? With thousands of LEGO parts to build with, your imagination is the only limit. Don’t be afraid to experiment and let your creativity soar!
As part of the Bricktionary exhibition, the builders had a chance to build a LEGO® brick model of each letter in the English alphabet, showcasing both their skills and passion for LEGO. From Rockets to Trucks, Flowers to Towers, or even a giant LEGO brick, there’s something to inspire everyone to get out their LEGO bricks and start building!
is for Airplane
Number of bricks: 94,380
Number of hours: 195
The Antonov An-225 Mriya was the largest cargo aircraft in the world. It was designed and built by Antonov Design Bureau in Ukraine.
is for Begonia
Number of bricks: 100,000
Number of hours: 400
Standing over 2m tall and is built from over 100,000 bricks. This is the world’s largest LEGO Begonia Flower!
is for Car
Number of bricks: 35,143
Number of hours: 290
The DeLorean time machine is an iconic symbol of the Back to the Future franchise and is famous for its stainless steel body, gull-wing doors, and flux capacitor.
is for Truck
Number of bricks: 61,399
Number of hours: 222
Dwarfing any regular road-going vehicle, the CAT 797F mining truck is big in every way imaginable, and constructing the LEGO brick version was no exception!
ho is the Brickman?
The Brickman is a team of skilled LEGO® brick craftspeople led by Ryan McNaught, aka “The Brickman.” Ryan is a LEGO® Certified Professional, one of only 23 in the world and the only one in the Southern Hemisphere! Ryan is also the competition judge on the award-winning TV series LEGO Masters Australia.
The Bricktionary: An Interactive Exhibition is an exciting LEGO® brick experience inspired by the book, The Bricktionary: the ultimate A-Z of LEGO®. Featuring over 45 models created by the Brickman team, this exhibition showcases some of the biggest and latest LEGO® brick models, including never-before-seen ones! With more than 150 individual models on display, visitors can enjoy a range of creations, from animals to fashion and fantasy.
The exhibition is perfect for sparking creativity, as visitors can build with over 1 million LEGO® bricks and take on brand new interactive challenges. At Bricktionary: The Interactive Exhibition, the safety of patrons and staff is top priority, with a commitment to a COVID-safe environment. Physical distancing measures, sanitiser stations, and capped visitor numbers will be in place. To secure a preferred session time, it is strongly recommended to pre-book. Don’t miss this chance to unleash your imagination and explore the world of LEGO®!
Under normal circumstances we would try and move tickets to another day, however if that is not possible, due to COVID or other situations, then a full refund will be available.
We are proud to support Companion Card. We offer complimentary admission to your companion person upon presentation of a valid companion card at the time of purchase.
Please contact Guest Services at (513) 287-7000 for a refund or to reschedule.
Tickets are available to buy at the door, but we encourage you to buy tickets online before you arrive to ensure you can secure tickets for your preferred session time, as many are selling out, especially in the mornings and on weekends.
Children 3 years and over will be charged entry.
Yes, a family is classified as either 2 adults + 2 children or 1 adult and 3 children.
The age limit for children’s tickets is under 15 years and under.
Food and beverages are not permitted in our galleries or exhibition spaces to ensure the preservation of our important collections.
Yes, although commercial photography is not permitted
Ryan will be visiting the exhibition periodically for special events-stay tuned to our social media for updates!