Art Of The Brick - DC Super Heroes

Doon Street Car Park, London.

Art Of The Brick - DC Super Heroes

The world's largest LEGO® exhibition inspired by DC Characters.

Legendary LEGO® artist Nathan Sawaya took London by storm in 2014 with his extraordinary exhibition THE ART OF THE BRICK®.

Now he returns to the UK on 1st March with his brand new exhibition inspired by the world's most popular and enduring super heroes and villains.

The Art of the Brick: DC Super Heroes includes over 120 large scale exhibits made from over 2 million LEGO® bricks, all displayed in a purpose built space on London's South Bank, just minutes from Waterloo Station.

GET READY TO FIND YOUR INNER HERO!

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ADMISSION

LATECOMERS MAY NOT BE ADMITTED
Ticket type Cost (face value)? Quantity
ADULT £16.50 (£16.50)
CHILD 3-16 YEARS £11.00 (£11.00)
CONCESSION £12.50 (£12.50)
Senior Student with valid NUS Disabled (Plus 1 free carer)
FAMILY OF 4 (2 ADULTS, 2 CHILDREN) £11.25 (£11.25)
FAMILY OF 3 (1 ADULT 2 CHILDREN) £11.50 (£11.50)
FAMILY OF 3 (2 ADULTS 1 CHILD) £12.00 (£12.00)

CHILDREN UNDER 4 - TICKET REQUIRED

Ticket type Cost (face value)? Quantity
CHILD UNDER 3 £0.00 (£0.00)

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Art of the Brick - DC Super Heroes
Doon Street Car Park
Upper Ground
London
SE1 9PP

ON-SITE FACILITIES
There is disabled access to the exhibition.
There will be space in the reception area to leave prams, but these will be left at the owner's own risk.
There are toilets located in the exhibition.
There will be a small coffee shop on site in the interactive zone.

GETTING THERE
Tube & Rail

London Waterloo Station
Walking distance: 5 minutes
Overground services to the south of England
Underground: Northern, Jubilee and Bakerloo Lines

Embankment Station
Walking distance: 10/15 minutes
Underground: District Line

Buses

West End RV1, 1, 176, 171
South East London 381
North East London 26,243
The City 784, 59

Car Parking
There is a public car park at the National theatre opposite the entrance to the exhibition.