Warren Elsmore and his team of artists are creating models based on the amazing sights Thomas Legh, who inherited Lyme when he was just five, saw on his travels later in life. Thomas transformed Lyme during the Regency era, but he also grew up to be a fearless explorer – going further than any other European before him.
The exhibtion will run from Saturday 22 July – Sunday 3 September 2017, 10:30am - 4pm, (please note house also open on a Thursday from the 27th of July - 31st of August only. House closed on Wednesdays for essential conservation work). Vehicle admission applies, house and garden ticket required, NT members free.
LEGO® is a trademark of the LEGO Group of companies which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse this exhibition.
With our special LEGO® exhibition fast approaching we are launching a competition with awesome prizes to be won!
Create a LEGO® scene inspired by Lyme, take a snap and post it on our Facebook page, through a Facebook message or on our Twitter site! Don't forget to leave your name and age.
You could make a scene of Crow Wood Playscape or the wildlife enjoying their habitats or you and your family tucking into some yummy cake on a picnic! How about something even trickier, like the Cage tower or the big lake in the garden?
If you haven’t got the LEGO® to make it with, send us a pic of a Lego style drawing and again post it on our Facebook page or our Twitter site! #lego#legolyme
The competition begins NOW and runs throughout the summer - so get creative! Winners will be announced over Facebook and Twitter.
Models are starting to arrive from Warren Elsmore and his team - can you create a croc like this?!