Free LEGO & National Park City half term workshop at the Southbank centre!

BILLUND, DENMARK - SEPTEMBER 17: Forward to the future, David Aguilar, inspires kids during a LEGO workshop to see every dream is possible when you use the power of your creativity, live at the Rebuild The World event on September 17, 2019 in Billund, Denmark. (Photo by Tristan Fewings/Getty Images for The LEGO Group)

On October 21 & 22nd LEGO will be hosting architect Dara Huang and British inventor Dominic Wilcox as part of Rebuilder workshops at London’s Southbank Centre, in partnership with London National Park City inviting children to reimagine the world we live in out of LEGO bricks

In July 2019, London became the world’s first National Park City, aimed at improving life in London and making the city a greener, healthier and wilder place, where every child benefits from exploring, playing and learning outdoors.

Part of LEGO’s ongoing Rebuild the World campaign, which saw iconic landmarks in London, Nottingham, Cardiff and more re-imagined through the eyes of a child last month, the Rebuilder Workshops will give children the opportunity to get creative as they rebuild their city – thinking about green spaces, transport solutions for the future and more. National Park City is helping run the workshop events with a focus on green spaces and ‘reWilding’.

In a two-day event, families can take part in fun and creative workshops where they’ll use their imagination (and get hands on with some LEGO bricks!) to help come up with solutions to three real-life challenges to help make the world a fun, better and more playful place. There’s no right or wrong answer – just the opportunity to see what rebuilding a world with endless possibilities looks like. With no cap on creativity, who knows what the capital will look like, and what ideas could be brought to life in the future…

London Rebuilder Workshops: London’s Southbank Centre

Monday 21st October
10am – 12pm
2pm – 4pm
Tuesday 22nd October
10am – 12pm
2pm – 4pm