OPENING HOURS: SUN—FRI 10AM — 7PM SAT 9AM — 7PM. THE SLIDE OPENS 30 MINUTES AFTER THE ATTRACTION OPENS
BRICKS IN THE SKY
Hands on LEGO® brick fun for all the family at the ArcelorMittal Orbit
Free with all Skyline Views tickets, or tickets to Ride The Slide from Monday 18 February – Sunday 24 February
Experience Warren Elsmore’s unique, exciting and memorable LEGO® brick installation at one of London’s most iconic attractions
Get involved in the interactive mosaic build or treat the kids to the free play area
‘Bricks in the Sky’ is included with all Skyline Views tickets, or tickets to Ride The Slide
Visit the UK’s tallest sculpture, the ArcelorMittal Orbit, and marvel at miniature representations of some of London’s most iconic landmarks, including the Houses of Parliament, 10 Downing Street Door and the Crown Jewels – all made from interlocking plastic LEGO bricks. Following the success of the last two immersive exhibitions in 2015 and 2016, we are thrilled to welcome you back a third time around, with even more to see and do!
Set 80m above east London, the view from the ArcelorMittal Orbit’s highest viewing gallery will also inspire a ‘live build’ during the exhibition. Test your creative flair by building a section of the on-site mosaic which will be centred around some of the London skyline’s most famous sights – as well as some of the Park’s own iconic venues. Learn some tips and tricks from the prolific LEGO brick artist himself, Warren Elsmore, who will be based at the exhibition.
And to top it all off, there is a free play area where children and adults alike (of course), can enjoy building together with large amounts of miniature bricks to hand.
All the while, you can still enjoy all of the usual delights of the attraction; the Skyline Views which allow you to see up to 20-miles of London and overlooks the stunning Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park also, if you are an adrenaline junkie or generally up for some more excitement you can Ride The Slide- the world’s longest and tallest tunnel Slide which twists and turns 12 times around the sculpture.