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VIDEO: Lego Brick City exhibition opens at Dundee’s Verdant Works

Dundee’s Verdant Works is next in line to host the innovative Brick City exhibition, which opened at the award-winning tourist attraction on Satuday for a two-month run.

Picture shows, from left, Gill Poulter (heritage director of Dundee Heritage Trust) alongside David Reid and Marieclaire White (both Dundee Heritage Trust / Verdant Works), admiring the model of St Pancras station

Created by artist and Lego master Warren Elsmore, the exhibition has been built entirely using Lego bricks and features some of the world’s most iconic landmarks including the Colosseum, the Arc de Triomphe and St Pancras railway station.


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The exhibition has a distinctly Dundee spin, with models of the city’s two football stadiums and Verdant Works itself in miniature.

The jute mill turned social history and textile museum has been rated a five-star visitor attraction by VisitScotland, and Brick City is the latest in a series of exciting projects hosted by the venue. The exhibition runs until November 11.