It’s back! The giant LEGO® brick animal trail returns to WWT Washington this Easter and its bigger and better than ever. With three exciting new models plus interactive workshops and a redesigned trail, it’s a guaranteed awesome day out for all of the family!
See giant, colourful sculptures – including past favourites Lottie the otter, Kate the kingfisher and Natalie the nene goose – sitting alongside their real-life cousins and meet our giant water vole, short-eared owl and stork models for the very first time.
Plus explore our wetlands as you complete a fun trail (included with normal admission) and take part in our popular interactive LEGO brick workshops, where you’ll enjoy a nail-biting team activity and an exciting individual challenge before building your own LEGO brick mini owl figure to take home with you (workshop costs apply and booking is essential…visit wwt.org.uk/LegoWorkshopsWA to book your place).
Centre manager Gill Pipes said: “We know from our previous two LEGO events that people of all ages love our LEGO brick animal trail and we’re so excited to see these giant models return.
“The three new characters are a brilliant addition and the trail is a really fun way to highlight some of the wetland species that WWT works hard to protect, such as the iconic Hawaiian goose and loveable Asian short-clawed otter.
“We hope that as well as being a fun family event, this year’s trail will help deliver the message of conservation and wetland wildlife to a young audience; gently nurturing a passion that may see them grow into adults who want to help protect wetlands and the wildlife that depends on them for years to come.”
The LEGO brick animal trail runs from Saturday 6 April to Monday 6 May 2019 (throughout the day, included in admission) with interactive workshops held on set days during the Easter holidays (details coming soon).