Made using 1.5 Million LEGO bricks constructed over a period of 8,548 hours, there are also other activities such as a maze, a digging site and various craft workshops. Here are some of the highlights not to miss.
Brickosaurs: Land Before Time
Discover over 60 Brickosaurs structures built with over 1.5 million toy bricks at Singapore Zoo and River Wonders.
Some dinosaurs to look out for including tiny raptors, a towering 4m tall Plesiosaur, and the gigantic T-Rex weighing over 1,964 kg.
Many of these Brickosaurs are paired with informational signs with fun dinosaur facts as well as information such as the number of bricks used to build each dinosaur. We also really liked that all the dinosaurs had names like the animals in the zoo.
Visitors can also explore the Brickosaurs trail with interactive self-guided trails with graphics and fun quiz segments. Explorers can discover animals in the past and those who are on the brink of extinction. The trail also shares what can be done to save these creatures and highlight the importance of actions to conserve the wildlife and biodiversity that exist today.
Eye Spy In The Sky
Located at the boat dock of the Singapore Zoo, visitors can enjoy a variety of activities and workshops. Start with a fun game of Eye spy and identify and name as many flying dinosaurs as you can to complete the mission.
There are also Rawr-cycling and mask-making workshops for kids to form up their own dinosaur squad and dinosaur masks using recycled materials. and origami techniques.
Venture through an immersive maze in search of the long-lost secrets of the dinosaurs in this maze chock full of fun facts and word obstacles to complete. There are also various dinosaur to run into on the way.
Bone Diggity Time
Explorers are invited to put on their archaeologist hats and start digging at the “Bone Diggity” Dig Site.
Little ones will have fun trying their hand at excavating an archaeology site to discover lost fossils of the mighty T-rex and identifying the different types of bones while being kept company by a giant dinosaur skull!
First Outdoor LEGO pop-up store
Another first to look out for is the outdoor LEGO pop-up store set up at Singapore Zoo’s Pavilion by the Lake. This is also where visitors can see an impressive display of a few giant dinosaur displays which make for fantastic pictures.
Visitors can redeem an exclusive LEGO Minifigure which are complimentary with every child admission ticket. Families can be inspired by unique diorama displays and then build their very own creations at LEGO Play tables.
A series of exclusive dino-themed merchandise has been created for Brickosaurs World, ranging from apparel to bags and lunchboxes which are available at the parks’ gift shops while stocks last.
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