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Does your family love LEGO® Bricks? If so, this is the event for you!

Combining amazing LEGO® brick models with a trip on a heritage train – a great full day out for the whole family.

Over 40 amazing models will be on display and will take you on a journey through pivotal moments in world history:
• key figures from Mozart to Martin Luther King;
• scientific discoveries from the Big Bang to DNA;
• recent history from mobile phones to the moon landings;
• and so much more.

A live build of a giant model of the iconic Kirtley steam loco took place last weekend. This model will be on display until the exhibition closes on 3rd June. And when you have seen the model, view the real thing in the museum at Swanwick Junction.

These stunning LEGO® brick models are brought to you by Warren Ellsmore, a renowned LEGO® brick artist who has produced stunning exhibitions worldwide, and his team.

 

Children can also join in by building their own model of a locomotive from a LEGO® bricks kit, exclusive to the Midland Railway – Butterley. (Additional charge of £5 for each model, which is theirs to keep.)

Plus all of the usual attractions will be open at Swanwick Junction and there is a find Billy the Brick competition for children.

 

Trains will depart from Butterley Station at: 11.00am, 11.50am, 12.40pm, 2.00pm and 2.50pm.

We recommend that you arrive in time to catch a morning train from Butterley. Please note passengers travelling on the 2.50pm departure from Butterley will have limited time to view the exhibition at Swanwick Junction.

Trains will return from Swanwick Junction at: 11.35am, 12.25pm, 1.15pm, 2.45pm, 3.25pm and 4.00pm.

 

The booking office will open at 9.30am.

Ticket prices are: Adult £14; Over 60 £13; Children (aged 5-15) £7; Children under 5 Free and Family (2 adults and up to 3 children aged 5-15) £35.

Car Parking at Butterley is FREE.

 

The Midland Railway – Butterley is grateful to Forterra Brick, makers of Butterley Bricks, for their sponsorship of Butterley Brick Week.

LEGO, the LEGO logo, the Minifigure, and the Brick and Knob configurations are trademarks of the LEGO Group of Companies. ©2017 The LEGO Group. Neither Brick History nor Butterley Brick Week are sponsored, endorsed or otherwise supported by The LEGO Group.

 

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