We sent Minimaster Max, 6, to check out the amazing LEGO exhibition The Art of the Brick: DC Super Heroes in London – find out what he made of it here!
“It was great travelling to London on the train as I saw so many different places out of the window as we sped by. When we found a massive building covered with comic book pictures, I knew we’d arrived at the right place!
“We got to see so many amazing LEGO creations. The exhibition was split into different areas about different characters from the DC universe. It started with a video about how the sculptures were made and we then saw 120 different builds, with villains as well as heroes to explore. Each area just got better and better.
“We got to meet everyone from Batman to Superman (and my favourite The Joker!) There was every character from the DC comics, from the famous faces to the sidekicks and villains.
“I loved that you could see some famous images of the characters in LEGO – there were comic book covers to show you how it was recreated.
“Dad and I loved the Batmobile at the end and wished that we could jump in and speed away.
“It felt like we were walking around another world as we explored each area. I loved that at the end of the exhibition there was enough LEGO for us to make our own creations and a shop too.
“The exhibition is perfect for anyone that loves LEGO, loves DC superheroes or even loves fantastic art. It’s amazing to see how something so small as a LEGO brick can create something so awesome as the pieces in this show.
“You’ll definitely leave the place wanting to create something magical of your own!
Tickets for The Art of the Brick: DC Super Heroes are on sale now. Get yours via Ticketmaster.co.uk.