The Art of The Brick is part art gallery, part Lego fan experience, and part photo opp spot. The Art of The Brick isn’t for Lego fans only though. If you appreciate art classics like Klimt’s The Kiss or The Girl With The Pearl Earring by Vermeer then you get to see the famous works in a new way created out of Lego. In addition to variations of the classics there are the original pieces, Lego sculptures, and works of art created by brick artist Nathan Sawaya which are thought provoking large scale works.
The Art of The Brick is located on Newbury Street, so it is a perfect location to make a day of it whether you go with the family or on a date. There are plenty of nearby places to stop for a meal before or after viewing The Art of The Brick, to get a little sweet treat, or linger longer for a coffee date.
The Art of The Brick is for all ages. It is set up over several floors and there are elevators for those who need them and stairs for those who could burn off a little energy.
On the top floor there is a space where you can do some hands on activities with Lego. Throughout the exhibit are several very impressive photo opp spots all completely made of Lego as well.
The Art of The Brick runs through Sunday, April 23rd and is located at 343 Newbury St. Tickets start at $28 and can be purchased here.
You may also be able to find discounted tickets on Groupon, I am also doing a giveaway for a chance to win four tickets here