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A Day at BRICKLIVE in the Park 2022


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Yesterday, myself and my almost 6 year old assistant visited BRICKLIVE in the Park.

BRICKLIVE is focused on creating an environment that encourages interactive play, fosters creativity, collaboration and physical experiences in an inclusive and safe environment.

BRICKLIVE in the Park 2022 is taking place between Saturday 20th August 2022 and Wednesday 24th August 2022 at Evolution in Battersea Park London.

To celebrate the return to live events, the BRICKLIVE team have pulled out all the stops for this one and are bringing some of their newest and biggest brick-based models. Highlights among the attractions include the Safari explorer zone, a mythical labyrinth full of fantastic beasts, and an out of this world space adventure and much more!

These zones are packed with selfie opportunities, challenges, games, and life-sized brick sculptures that are certain to make your draw drop. Whether building spaceships, cities, Minecraft or giant towers you will find a zone that’s right for you. There is something for all builders young and old, including Duplo.

The events lasts for 3 hours (either a morning or an afternoon session), and includes lots of LEGO exhibits, LEGO creations to sit in, lots of LEGO to build (there are literally ball-pits filled with LEGO, a lots of tables to make your own creations) and even a really fun bouncy castle (thankfully not made of LEGO!).

The time really flew by, there is so much to see and do and we both had a really lovely time, so much so we cant wait for the next BRICKLIVE!

Tickets are still available from SeeTickets priced around £21 each.

DISCLAIMER: We purchased our own tickets for BRICKLIVE in the Park 2022 and all opinions are our own.

Andrew Edney
Andrew Edney
I am the owner and editor of this site. I have been interested in gadgets and tech since I was a little kid. I have also written a number of books on various tech subjects. I also blog for The Huffington Post and for FHM. And I am honoured to be a Microsoft MVP since January 2008 - again this year as an Xbox MVP.

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