We’ve all built planes from LEGO bricks as children, but when the Battle of Britain Bunker in Uxbridge, West London, approached Bricks McGee to develop some activities with LEGO bricks for their visitor attraction, we were delighted to be presented with the idea of “secret spaces”.
The right activity for the right venue
Bricks McGee developed a series of tasks around the theme of “secret places” and “hidden spaces” using LEGO bricks to help families get creative and explore this heritage site from another perspective.
Bricks McGee ran sessions throughout the day for families to complete our challenges with a facilitator onsite to help and guide builders of all ages.
The Battle of Britain Bunker proved an excellent space to run the workshops, overlooking the museum collection and exhibitons with a Spitfire and a Hurricane hanging nearby.
As with all of our workshops with LEGO brick sessions, Bricks McGee provided everything need for a successful day of activities including a seasoned facilitator and LEGO brick hire.
Away from the beating heart of London
The venue is situated some distance from Uxbridge station at the end of the Metropolitan and Picadilly lines of the London Underground, and the bunker is set among greenery next to a purpose-built museum building.
This provided the perfect backdrop for some serious engineering with LEGO bricks!
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