Giant Lego Exhibition To Open On November 17th

In just under a fortnight Poland's largest Lego exhibition is to come to Stadion Wrocław. 

When the exhibition last came to town, 10 lorries were required to transport all the Lego creations present at the exhibition. Over a million bricks were used to build an array of impressive scale models, including one of the titanic. 

This year's attractions include a scale model of Air Force One with a wingspan of 11 metres, as well as full scale model of football hero Robert Lewandowski. 

Visitors keen to admire the Lego creations can see the exhibition for themselves from 17th November at Stadion Wrocław. Ticket prices for the exhibiton range from 15-22zł depending on what time you go.

The exhibition is top open from 10am-6.30pm on weekdays and on weekends until 8pm. It will run from November 17th until January 28th. 

For more information, visit the official website here.

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