If you have been thinking of visiting one of the Lego exhibitions and not sure which one to try, BJ can highly recommend the Art of the Brick: DC Comics. He went last week with AL to check it out at the Powerhouse Museum and it got a big thumbs up from both of them. The Lego exhibitions prove great accessible fun.
They had visited the Sydney Icons exhibition the previous week and although good I gather the DC Comics exhibition was the better one. It also appears that it was easier to get around with the wheelchair and after they’d finished they had the whole Powerhouse Museum to explore.
Take a look at the pics and see what you think and keep in mind that even if you don’t live in Sydney this exhibition may come to your city in the future.
CHANCE TO BE A SUPERHERO
BJ had the chance to earn his superhero stripes with a trick photo. However, BJ was tired and decided to curl up much to the amusement of those waiting. BJ’s photo shows what happens when a superhero is sleep deprived.
As we all know, every superhero needs a side-kick. AL has been a great side-kick these holidays.
SYDNEY HARBOUR ICONS
As I mentioned above, the first exhibition BJ and AL saw in the holidays was the Sydney Harbour Icons.
The exhibition looks great but I gather there is more to see at the DC Comics exhibition and it was easier to get around.
The Art of the Brick DC Comic’s exhibition is on until 1 May at the Powerhouse Museum, Sydney.
You can read full details here .
Sydney Harbour Icons is on until 31 July 2016 and you can read more about it here.
The Companion Card was accepted at both exhibitions.
The photos of The Art of the Brick: DC Comics were taken on BJ’s iPad, some by BJ and some by AL.
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