More Lego Fun at Slimbridge

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  1. I must take my boys down there again before the 6th Nov! The lego workshops sound particularly great. My eldest is a huge lego fan so he would love it. That frog is awesome!

  2. We haven’t been to Slimbridge for a couple of years. This is a fabulous idea. Love the bird models. They must have taken days to put together. I must try and fit in a visit before 6th. My lego-mad youngest would enjoy seeing it all. #CountryKids

  3. Those models are amazing and a lovely idea to have the workshop too – I haven’t been to our local WWT centre for a while so really need to look at what they have on. #countrykids

    • stoppingattwo says:

      The Lego animals toured all the WWT centres last year, so hopefully they will be doing something like that again

  4. Coombe Mill says:

    Lego is always a way to get kids wanting to get involved in whatever’s happening so it’s fab that Slimbridge has brought back the Lego workshops again this year. Freyja looks like she had a fabulous time with Daddy building their Lego models, it’s fab that they have a series of activities to enjoy and with only 20 people in it must make it feel a lot more personal. Emily looks like she had a wonderful time chasing the pigeons and hunting the giant Lego statues with you, I must say those statues really are a beautiful it’s amazing how many bricks go into making them.

    Thanks for linking up with me on #CountryKids.

  5. I do wish we lived closer so that we could enjoy this too. Monkey would love it and it’s such a good idea to gets kids interested in nature too isn’t it #CountryKids

  6. That looks like so much fun! How amazing are those big lego sculptures, I can’t help but wonder how long they take to plan and make! #CountryKids

  7. That looks like a great day out. The workshops sound like fun. I love the models, they’re amazing and must’ve taken weeks to make!. I wish we had something similar closer to home.

    #countrykids

  8. Aly says:

    Those LEGO animals look amazing! I showed your post to my 8 year old daughter, who has been an avid LEGO fan since she was 3.She’s amazed at the size and detail of each one.Over from Country Kids.

    • stoppingattwo says:

      They have info next to each one about the number of bricks and the hours that went into making each one.

  9. This sounds amazing! My husband is a big fan of Lego and would love the workshops. I am sad that my eldest is not yet 4 otherwise I would have been booking them some tickets for half term – she would love the workshop too! #CountryKids

  10. Jo Addison says:

    I had no idea that a WWT offered activities like this! Wish we lived near to this one as my boys are lego mad and would love this! #countrykids

    • stoppingattwo says:

      WWT Slimbridge is absolutely brilliant, and are doing more and more activities like this throughout the year. It definitely makes membership there worth it!

  11. My son loves Lego! I wish we can go here and see those sculptures and my fave is the swan =) #countrykids

  12. What a fabulous day out. Love Freyja’s look of concentration while making the car. Those Lego animals are amazing – especially love the swan (and Emily’s outstretched arms!), the otter and the frog. Chasing pigeons is fun – especially when their attempts to escape are only half-hearted 🙂 #countrykids

  13. Melody says:

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    Wow! That’s amazing. The models are awesome. We haven’t been there yet, it looks like a fun place for a day out. I love your photos too.
    #countrykids

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