This November, Singapore Zoo and River Wonders will host Brickosaurs World's first showcase in Asia, featuring over 60 life-size dinosaurs.
From 13 November 2021 to 3 May 2022, Visitors to both parks at Mandai Wildlife Reserve will be able to get up close to the spectacular brick display ranging from the mighty T-Rex and Stegosauraus to tiny raptors.
This amazing display was constructed using 1.5 million LEGO® bricks and took over 8,548 hours!
The Brickosaurs along the self guided trail will lead you on a journey to discover animals an the brink of extinction. Along the way, you'll also learn what can be done to save these animals as well as the importance of conservation of our wildlife and biodiversity.
In addition to the dinosaur trail, families can look forward to activities such as dinosaur bone digging and craft workshops where you'll be making dino masks and mini figurines using recycled materials and origami techniques.
A first by the LEGO Group, an outdoor LEGO pop-up store will be set up at Singapore Zoo's Pavilion by the Lake.
Visitors can redeem an exclusive LEGO Minifigure which is complimentary with every child admission ticket.
A series of exclusive dino-themed merchandise such as apparel, bags, and lunchboxes has also been created for Brickosaurs World, available for purchase at the parks' gift shops.
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