LEGO workshops in UK museums and visitor attractions - STEM activities for museums

Workshops with LEGO bricks are a great way of introducing fun, creativity and critical thinking in to your venue, whether it’s a museum, library or other cultural venue.

Create memorable, family days out themed to your venue or event – talk to our event experts to help build your perfect experience with LEGO bricks.

Engage, educate and entertain with LEGO bricks – contact us for a brochure of activities.

What is a workshop with LEGO bricks?

LEGO bricks are a great, versatile tool to encourage engagement with a wide range of age groups, from children to adults. Its tactile nature means workshops can be the perfect ice breaker, too – people can’t help but pick LEGO bricks up and start playing.

Workshops with LEGO bricks make use of this tactile appeal to participants of all ages, and can be used at venues of almost any size, and adapted to most visitor numbers.

Our workshops have been booked by clients including Science Museum Group, National Trust and regional museums and libraries across the UK, and our range of activities with LEGO bricks are a great way to entice new visitors to your venue.

If you would like to discuss a LEGO workshop or event with me, please do get in touch.

LEGO workshops London at the Battle of Britain Bunker in Uxbridge

LEGO bricks for play sessions in UK schools

Creative workshops

Creative workshop sessions can vary greatly in their content and pace depending on the ages of those participating, the time available, and the number of participants in each session. They are perfect for LEGO bricks – creativity can flow free!

  • Crazy golf: build your own crazy golf course out of LEGO and play a round of golf!
  • Town Planner: plan your dream LEGO city, creating a collaborative utopia.
  • Green Fingers: build the ultimate garden, from plants to wildlife!
  • Spaceships! Create a moonbase and explore the galaxy.
  • Local Landmarks: build your area’s most famous buildings and monuments in LEGO bricks!

There are many other activities and themes available; please contact us and we’ll send you our latest workshops brochure, full of activities to suit every theme and venue.

Challenge workshops & activities

Challenge workshops provide a technical challenge in LEGO bricks, which can be tailored for your venue.

These activities work well for older children, aged 7 – 11 years old.

  • Bridges & Towers: test your building skills with these engineering feats.
  • Drag Racers: engineer the ultimate pull-back racers and compete!
  • Robot Arena: pit your robots against other teams in increasingly difficult arenas.

Contact us for more workshop activities!

LEGO sessions - building and activities for kids in the UK

Our workshop clients

Bricks McGee runs workshops throughout the UK for a variety of organisations, including museums, visitor attactions and libraries.

Thanks to the natural creativity inherent in LEGO bricks, we can match our workshop activities to specific themes, events and locations across the country.

Our facilitators

Crazy Brick Golf LEGO activity at Bricktastic 2024 in Manchester UK

All workshop facilitators love LEGO bricks, and hold a current DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service) certificate.

Big Brick Build events – build a large model from LEGO bricks collaboratively with the public

Our Big Brick Builds bring the pleasure of building with LEGO bricks to your event or venue, with a show-stopping model.

From one day events to multi-day longer events, Bricks McGee can bring our buzz and bricks to you, allowing the public to help recreate a model of your venue in LEGo bricks.

Custom LEGO model designer in the UK and USA - Bricks McGee

LEGO workshops London at the Battle of Britain Bunker in Uxbridge

Workshops across the country

We cover the majority of the UK with our workshops with LEGO bricks, including:

Birmingham, Belfast, BristolCambridge, Dublin, EdinburghGlasgowLeedsLiverpoolLondonLuton & BedfordManchester, Milton KeynesOxfordReading, SloughYorkshire

Don’t see your location here? Don’t worry – just contact us to discuss your event.