If you have not visited the LEGO exhibition, on display at Alfândega do Porto, you are still in time to do so, because the exhibition was extended until October 4th.
The pandemic period forced the exhibition to close, which closed its doors in March and only reopened in June. The exhibit was planned to end on August 23rd, but now it will run until October 4th at Alfândega do Porto.
This is, according to the organiser, the largest European exhibition of models made with LEGO bricks. It is spread over 2,000 square meters, in 12 theme areas, which have about 100 models and for building it, more than five million bricks were used.
This exhibit includes, for example, a model of the Titanic 11 meters long and almost three meters high. There are also reproductions of sports figures, superheroes, and historical moments such as the fall of the Berlin Wall or the first step of Man on the Moon.
Integrated in the exhibition, the Fun Park amusement area, where visitors can let their imagination run wild with hundreds of LEGO bricks, has also reopened.
The exhibit can be visited every day, between 10 am and 7 pm. See all information here.