Brick History


Journey back in time and explore key moments in world history, from the Big Bang to the discovery of DNA – all created in LEGO®!

Credit Warren Elsmore.
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East Lothian

5th August - 5th November
National Museum of Flight
Free with museum admission.

Thousands of LEGO® bricks have been used to create scenes depicting significant periods of history.

From dinosaurs and the arrival of the Vikings to the birth of the Industrial Revolution and the Women’s Suffrage Movement, as well as more recent events, including the inauguration of US President, Barak Obama.

As part of Brick History, a series of special LEGO® events will also be available where visitors can get hands-on and create their own builds. A relaxed morning, with noise-reduced sessions takes place on 10 September. Full details of all related events are available on the National Museum of Flight website.

Credit Warren Elsmore

Brick History runs from 05 August to 31 October and from 04 to 05 November 2023, 10am to 5pm at the National Museum of Flight. Entry is free with museum admission. Further details and tickets are available on the National Museum of Flight website.

National Museum of Flight is located at East Fortune Airfield in East Lothian, 25 miles from Edinburgh city centre. Plan your journey with the Traveline Scotland website.