Release Date: Available Now
Approx Size: 400-500m2
No. of Models: 45

Britannia is an exciting interactive LEGO experience that takes visitors through a run down of British History from the Stone Age to the 21st Century. With over 40 stunning models, including the show stopping 8m long model of the Flying Scotsman, this show contains some of the most charming and fascinating LEGO builds ever created.

This tour can be configured in a square or rectangular format and can be scaled in size relative to the area available.

Visitors can experience a walk through time, with many of the exhibits being dioramas that depict every- day life, as well as famous moments in British History.

The Flying Scotsman is enhanced by the inclusion of lighting, sound effects and steam coming from the train’s funnel. Information boards with all the models allow guests to learn more about the history of the UK, as well as telling visitors all about the builds and how they were created.

There are three zones in the activity area:
❚ BUILD BRITAIN: add your own creation to a giant LEGO map of the UK. Use parts from a collection of over 50,000 pieces and leave your mark on the British Isles with your unique build.
❚ SPOTTING HISTORY: Can you identify the 10 LEGO models dotted around the show that depict items from British History. Learn and have fun at the same time as you look for the hidden clues.
❚ FREEPLAY: Dive into a pool of over 75,000 LEGO bricks and let your imagination run riot as you are free to build whatever comes to mind. Think there is an important moment in British History that we have missed, then why not build it?

Bright Bricks will supply the complete feature including all the models, dioramas, and soft furnishings. The build of the models is extremely detailed and of exceptionally high quality.

3100BC – Stone Henge
600BC – Iron Age village
50 – Roman villa
860 – Viking long boat
980 – Saxon settlement
1066 – Norman conquest
1190 – Robin Hood
1215 – Magna Carta
1485 – Henry VII
1509 – Henry VIII
1558 – Elizabeth I
1653 – Oliver Cromwell
1666 – Great Fire of London
1766 – Captain Cook
1781 – James Watt Steam Engine
1866 – Captain Cook
1890 – Victorian High Street
1910 – Lowther Castle
1930 – Flying Scotsman
1969 – Concorde
1900-2000 – x10 20th century icons
x10 Spotters trail
x5 National flags