The amazing GIANT LEGO®brick animal trail, the only one of its kind in the UK, is returning to WWT Martin Mere Wetland Centre this spring.
Fourteen GIANT 4ft (1.5m) LEGO brick sculptures will be returning to the centre in Lancashire for 6 weeks from Wednesday 9 May to Sunday 24 June, all inspired by real species at WWT Martin Mere. Included are a large North American River Otter, a Hawaiian Goose (Nene), the world’s rarest goose, a giant Kingfisher, frog and a flamingo, plus new models that include a white stork, an owl and a water vole. In total 253,728 LEGO bricks were used to make all 14 wetland characters.
Once you have done the trail — collect your badge from the information desk.
The brick animal trail is included within your admission ticket. You do not need to book in advance, just simply turn up between 9 May and 24 June. Workshops are an additional cost on top of the entry fee and you do need to book these in advance.
Workshops are £10.50 per person to do three fun activities in an hour workshop — making your own LEGO brick owl to take home. They are everyweekend at 11.30am & 1.30pm. Maximum of 16 per session. You can book online at: https://wwt.org.uk/wetland-centres/martin-mere/whats-on/2018/05/09/amazing-giant-brickanimal-trail/