Looking for half term fun ideas? Check out the new “arrivals” at Twycross Zoo.
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The Great Brick Safari arrives at Twycross Zoo
Following the successful launch of The Great Brick Safari at Twycross Zoo, here’s a sneaky peak into the very best bits that will be wowing visitors through to 7th January.
There’s plenty to see and do at the midlands zoo. Take the Safari Spotters Trail to find more than 70 life-sized LEGO® brick animals from the smallest butterfly to Earl Grey, the four metre tall elephant. Little ones can let their imaginations run wild as they build their very own creations in the Brick Pit. Plus for a small fee, guests can even build and take home their very own LEGO brick animal in Make & Take activities.
CEO, Doctor Sharon Redrobe OBE, said: “This is the first time the world-famous collection has come to a Midlands zoo and we are thrilled to be hosting it. The LEGO brick sculptures are a fantastic addition to our visitor experience. It’s great to see them engaging visitors young and old, and exciting them to learn all about our real animals and all the great conservation work our team here at the zoo do.”
A registered charity, Twycross Zoo relies upon the generosity of its visitors to support its award winning conservation programmes. For best ticket prices book online in advance here.
Centrally located in the heart of England just off junction 11 of the M42, Twycross Zoo is open to the public from 10am to 5pm, 364 days a year. For further information and to book tickets visit twycrosszoo.org
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