Lego Exhibition Malaga - Muelleuno Perto de Malaga 16/06/2019-22/09/2019
By Dragon Cars, Jul 27 2019 10:33AM
Malaga are hosting the biggest Lego exhibition from 16/06/2019-22/09/2019
Morning til 15.00
6.50 euros per person
9.50 euros per person
2+2 from 15.00
7.50 euros per person (min. 4 people max 2 adults)
Telephone: 00 34 689 462 284
GIANT MODELS AREA
Among many models you can see:
Built at 1:25 scale with half a million Lego pieces, the model is 11 meters long and almost 3 meters high. The model of the Titanic was built with the smallest details, and visitors, in addition to admiring the shape of the ship, will also have the opportunity to look inwards.
The NEPTUNE SHIP
A model made of Lego pieces presents a replica of a galleon built for the "Pirates" movie by Roman Polanski. The model is 170 cm long, 130 cm high and 50 cm wide.
EREBOR - THE SOLITARY MOUNTAIN
One of the main locations of action of the Hobbit, the former headquarters of the dwarves, the main purpose of the journey of the heroes of the book of the Lord of the Rings. Both the front of the building and the interior have been built. The facade of the building has been reproduced as faithfully as possible. The building is 205 cm high and has absorbed more than 120,000 Lego pieces and one year of work from the builder.
FAMOUS SPORTS PEOPLE
1: 1 scale sports stars, made of LEGO pieces in total:
One of the most popular footballers in the world. His great career, talent and personality is a model for all generations: old and young, who begin their adventure with football.
214 cm of talent and a big heart dedicated to supporting young athletes, the only Polish in the history of the NBA, which advanced to its end. 120,013 Lego pieces were used to build an unusual figure, as a symbol of support for the MG13 Foundation of Marcin Gortat. The basketball player has a ball in his hands, also made of Lego pieces.
The incredible Czech who occupies the second place in the ranking of the tennis players of all time, has been built with all the details with 50,000 LEGO pieces. The figure is 173 cm tall and shows the heroine in her typical costume and with the golden glasses very characteristic for her.
HUMAN BODY - BIOLOGY LESSON WITH LEGO
The models of the LEGO pieces facilitate and entertain learning. You can see the basic organs, such as the brain and the heart, as well as the respiratory system, the digestive system and the human skeleton. The fascinating models that show the construction of the systems and internal organs of the human being, allow the little ones to learn about the function of the organism and the adults to review the knowledge of the anatomy and physiology topic.
A HISTORY LESSON WITH LEGO
The figures of Nicolas Copernicus and Frédéric Chopin built on a 1: 1 scale.
Robert Wadlow - the world's tallest man figure built on a 1: 1 scale with LEGO pieces
The demolition of the Berlin Wall - the scene depicting the destruction of the famous wall built during the Cold War between West Berlin and East Berlin. The demolition of the wall began on November 9, 1989 and became one of the most important symbols of the end of the Cold War and the fall of the Steel Curtain.
The first step of the man on the Moon - a model that shows the scene of the end of the Apollo 11 mission "a small step for a man, but a great leap for humanity." One memorable day, on July 21, 1969, Neil Armstrong was the first to leave the vehicle. During their stay on the moon, together with Edwin Aldrin, they collected samples and nailed an American flag to the surface of the moon.
LARGE MODELS TRAINS
The train models also offer an unforgettable experience with electric trains built with LEGO parts. Here we will see both the modern European high-speed trains: Pendolino, ICE, TGV that travel between the central stations of Warsaw, Berlin and Paris, as well as the industrial railway.
THE WORLD OF SCIENCE AND HISTORY THROUGH THE LEGO PARTS.
HUMAN BODY - a different biology lesson
AN UNFORGETTABLE LESSON OF HISTORY - the famous people of the world of culture, art and science
-Famous creators and explorers - an unforgettable history class
-The constructions represent the historical and modern architecture
-Musical instruments made with LEGO pieces
-An interactive map of Europe
Interactive objects, robots, movie scenes and fairy tales ... and much more
THE ARCHITECTURE OF THE WORLD
The buildings that represent historical and modern architecture:
-Sydney Opera House
-The tower of London
-The Roman forum
-Santiago Bernabeu Stadium
-Camp Nou Stadium
-Bullfighter - The figure of the Bullfighter is made on a 1: 1 scale with 70,000 pieces.
THE STAR WARS AREA
In Spain, the organizers prepared the special Star Wars zone. Fans of Star Wars have more than 100 models related to the most famous saga in the world. Star Wars District is a rich collection of figures that show the ships, scenes, characters, weapons, bases and the best-known battles of this cult series.
More works have been added to the rich collection of the special Star Wars area. Among others, battles over Coruscant, Trench Run, Venators and the reconstruction of a subway high from TIE Hunting.
Not only children expect an incredible story area, full of color and cheerful. We see, among others:
-The Smurfs Village - a fairytale land of small blue creatures attacked by the evil enemy of the Smurfs: Gargamel.
-Princesses - Fantastic and impressive castles and In them 20 Disney cartoon princesses
-The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings - A fantastic world of hobbits and the mythical land of the Lord of the Rings.
-Castle & Kings
THE ROBOTS AREA
A series of figures that move through the use of a suitable program.
SUPER HERO FIGURES MADE AT 1: 1 SCALE
Superhero figures made at 1: 1 scale. A photo with a reconstruction of the Super Heroes: Thor, Captain America will be an unforgettable memory of the Exhibition.
Gallery of paintings made of LEGO pieces
The exhibition of the LEGO part constructions offers the possibility of great entertainment for children and adults. In the special surface area of Fun Park, the DUPLO area is located with tables to play with LEGO pieces, the space to build huge pieces and many more attractions.
In Spain you can "draw" and "write" with the Lego pieces and cars built by children, you can lower the ramps or jump off the trampolines.