Leading historical and artistic figures, and pivotal moments of scientific and human achievements have been captured in LEGO® as part of Warren Elsmore’s Brick History exhibition, which runs at Hereford Museum and Art Gallery until May 18.

LEGO®: Brick History is guaranteed to delight families and LEGO® fans of all ages as they relive key moments in history through inspirational models. From DNA and the Big Bang to Martin Luther King and mobile phones, Warren Elsmore and his team have created a celebration of our shared stories, struggles, and triumphs, made from everyone’s favourite Danish toy.

As part of the main exhibition, an interactive zone features a LEGO® graffiti wall, soft bricks, and inspirational brick building and modelling activities for all ages. As an addition to the main exhibition, the museum is showcasing the talents of LEGO® fans across the county, who submitted amazing models for display, some even with a Herefordshire theme.

Each Saturday and during the Easter holidays, there will be fun, interactive workshops at the Museum and Art Gallery: ‘Awesome Mini LEGO® Movies’, ‘On your Marks, Get Set, LEGO®!’, ‘Once Upon a…Piece of LEGO®’, ‘ Pit Stop Power!’ and creative building with LEGO Heroes. Exhibition tickets must be booked to attend these events.

On Saturday, March 30 (10am – 3pm), there will be a free event in High Town giving children and families chance to ‘Design a flag for Herefordshire – in LEGO®’.

In addition, Hereford BID has created the Hereford City LEGO® trail with models made by schools and individuals across the county. Families are challenged to find all the LEGO® models in shops around High Town and take a selfie. Each completed trail will be entered into a prize draw at the museum to win one of three amazing LEGO® sets (kindly donated by Hereford Model Centre, Philip Morris and Son and The Entertainer).

Due to high demand, Friday evening, Saturday and Easter holiday tickets are only valid for the specific session booked. Tickets for all other times are valid all day.

Tickets can be bought in advance from The Courtyard box office on 01432 340555 or from the LEGO®: Brick History website: www.herefordshire.gov.uk/legobrickhistory