Looking forward to the 2016 show?
We’re excited too! The Great Western Brick Show opens its doors for the fourteenth time in October this year! 14 years! We started off in 2002 with a handful of people who brought a LEGO train display to STEAM. A couple of hundred visitors came to see it and loved what they saw – what adult fans could build with LEGO bricks.
Put this date in your diary: 1-2 October 2016
This year, we are far from just a LEGO train show. We’re now world famous for models from films, TV, books and real life as well as some amazing planes, trains, cars, boats, ships and helicopters – not forgetting some of the coolest spacecraft anyone could imagine. The show runs for just two days and thousands of people travel from all over the country to come to see it.
Nine years ago we started building giant mosaics at the show and we started a trend for LEGO shows around the world. Each one uses nearly 100,000 LEGO bricks and you, the visitors build it! The first one celebrated the 30th anniversary of the LEGO Minifigure. Since then we have created giant images of LEGO Star Wars, Harry Potter, Pirates of the Carribean, LEGO Friends and DC Superheroes. This year brings a whole new surprise. We’ll share all the details as we get nearer to the big weekend.
We’ve also got a whole lot of new displays to show off this October. Watch out for previews right here. If you sign up for the newsletter, we’ll email you updates as well.
TICKETS FOR THE SHOW
Tickets can be purchased in advance via our online ticketing partner, Swindon Tickets. Please note that a small booking fees apply for all online ticket purchases.
You can also purchase tickets on the day.
HOW TO GET THERE
The Great Western Brick Show is held inside STEAM – Museum of the Great Western Railway, just next to the Swindon Designer Outlet Centre
The museum is easily accessible by car and public transport.