Dinosaurs are coming to The Forum this summer!

Step back in time with dinosaurs in LEGO® at The Forum!

Fans of dinosaurs and LEGO® are in for a treat this summer when the two combine at a new exhibition!

Brick Dinos is a FREE, family friendly exhibition in our gallery from 19 July – 30 August 2021. Tickets are available to book from 5 July 2021. 

The exhibition, created by artist Warren Elsmore and his team features a huge selection of dinosaurs created from LEGO® bricks. 

The exhibition follows Brick Wonders our most popular exhibition to date which welcomed over 80,000 visitors in 2018. The exhibition, created by Warren Elsmore featured 500,000 LEGO® bricks and took visitors on a journey of discovery of amazing sites from around the world. 

We've teamed up with Warren Elsmore again to bring Brick Dinos to Norwich! Developed in conjunction with palaeontologists the exhibition is an incredible educational and entertaining exhibition of incredible dinosaurs made entirely from LEGO®. 

Come face to face with this Masiakasaurus! Image courtesy of Warren Elsmore

The exhibition also features a range of prehistoric creatures as well as dinosaurs. From tiny insects to a four-metre-long raptor-like Masiakasaurus come face to face with these amazing creatures!

We are delighted to be working with Warren Elsmore and his team to bring Brick Dinos to The Forum. We have been fortunate to receive support from the UK Government’s Cultural Recovery Fund to help us restart our cultural events and activity this summer, and it is fantastic that we are able to offer this free exhibition, which we’re sure will be popular for children and adults alike!

Sophie Conroy, Head of Public Facing Activity

This summer you'll be able to enjoy a complete dinosaur themed day out, with Dippy at Norwich Cathedral and the GoGoDiscover T.Rex trail.

Brick Dinos runs from 19 July to 30 August 2021 and is open 10am-5pm daily. Entry is free but online pre booking is required. Tickets will be available to book online from 5 July

Brick Dinos is organised by The Forum Trust, the self-financing independent charity which runs The Forum, Norwich. The exhibition is supported using public funding by Arts Council England Cultural Recovery Fund.