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BJ has just returned to his day program after nearly a four week break. He was super anxious to get back, despite doing lots of activities in the holidays either with us, or his buddy AL. With much of Australia experiencing an intensely hot summer it’s been a challenge finding enough activities with air conditioning to keep him busy. But each year Lego come to the rescue with a new and impressive exhibition.


AL and BJ headed into the city to the new International Convention Centre to see the Brickman Wonders of the World which took them on a trip around the world without leaving Sydney. There was no long-haul flight to get there so it was ideal for BJ.


The exhibition includes more than 50 awe-inspiring and never-seen-before models. The models include a giant Arc de Triomphe, Empire State Building with King Kong and Big Ben.


As with all the Lego exhibitions, there is an opportunity for building and interaction.


The Lego exhibition is wheelchair accessible and the models are at a good height for wheelchair users and young children.





I love AL taking BJ to the Lego exhibition because she takes plenty of time getting him involved, this time even building a pyramid and a wheelchair.


As I wasn’t along for this outing, I don’t have much more to add but from what AL reported, it’s well worth the visit.

BJ’s companion card was accepted.

AL and BJ didn’t pre-purchase tickets and had no problem getting tickets on the day they visited.

Read more about Brickman Wonders of the World exhibition here.

You can find answers to frequently asked questions here.

Brickman Wonders of the World is on at the International Convention Centre Darling Harbour until 5 February 2017.

A big thanks to AL for taking photos on BJ’s iPad for him to share with everyone.


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