Little Lego fanatics are guaranteed to have the best day out ever at this brilliant event at the Royal Academy of Arts.
As part of its Big Architecture Family Day, The RA has invited three of the UK’s leading architecture practices to come along and battle it out to see who can create the best innovative structure out of Lego as part of the imaginative “identity” project. If you’ve got budding architects in the family, put this at the top of your to-do list!
There will be plenty of other family activities going on to celebrate the Royal Academy’s 250th anniversary.
Kidadl in the Know
- Recommended for ages 6-13.
- RA Lego Architecture Challenge is on 10 June from 2pm–4pm.
- The best way to get to the Royal Academy of Arts is via public transport. Piccadilly Circus and Green Park Tube stations are both a five-minute walk away on the Piccadilly, Bakerloo, Northern and Victoria lines.
- There is no parking on site. Your best bet is to hop on the Tube.
- Baby-changing facilities are available in the accessible toilet in the front hall.
- The venue is accessible for all and buggies can be stored in the cloakroom.
- Hungry? The on-site café is very family-friendly and high chairs are available. Or head to Italian eaterie Prezzo at 17 Hertford Street, which has a great children's menu.
- Opening times and dates are subject to change – please call the venue or check the website for more details before setting off.