Oh I've got a fun one for you today, but you've got to be quick as there's only a few days left to catch it. Brick Planet is an exhibition of the world's most iconic buildings and landmarks made out of Lego! And it's completely brilliant! Much like the famous bricks themselves, it's a small exhibition but big on fun, and if you're a big kid like me, total and utter fascination at how anyone would have the patience to do it! Here's a few photos to show you.
Here come the facts:
When and where: It's only running until 11th July 2016 so you have a few more days to catch it, and it's on at Kirkleatham Museum, Redcar, TS10 5NW.
Ticket prices: £3.50 for adults and £1.50 for children, and a family ticket to include 2 adults and 3 children is £8.50.
Opening times: Tuesday - Sunday 10am - 5pm, with extended opening on Thursday evenings until 6pm.
Accessibility: the location of the exhibition is really easy for access as it's entirely on one floor, located in the building right opposite the main museum. The museum itself is fully accessible on all floors.
To find out more, visit the websites: Kirkleatham Museum and Brick Planet.
On a grey and rainy day it was the perfect entertainment. It's a real shame it's not running through the school holidays as I'll bet it would have been even more of a winner. Squeeze it in if you have a spare hour, highly recommended!