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Sheffield Bricktopolis Outer Space Trail

Saturday 17th August

Sheffield will once again be transformed into a city of LEGO® bricks this summer as Sheffield BID brings Sheffield Bricktropolis to the city centre from 17th to 30th August.

The stunning BRICKLIVE® Outer Space visitor trail includes planets, astronauts and space rockets made of LEGO® bricks.

These awesome models will be on display at retail and leisure venues across the city centre. Fans can experience a diverse display of galactic LEGO® brick models and there’s even a friendly alien from the farthest edge of the Green Spiral Galaxy.

Use the new and improved Sheffield Bricktropolis trail app, or pick up a map. Trail maps are available from Friday, 9th August at Sheffield BID’s Unit 1 next to the Winter Garden on Surrey Street (open 10am to 6pm Monday – Saturday (7pm Thursdays) and 11am to 4pm Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday).

Maps will also be available at participating venues or you can simply download one using the link below.

Use the Bricktropolis trail app (coming 12th August, check your app store) for a chance to win some great prizes. The map and the official app will be available online 12th August and the trail officially starts at 10am on Saturday 17th August until 4pm on Friday 30th August. (Opening times may vary. Sunday trading hours will apply Bank Holiday Monday, 26th August. Please check with participating venues for details.)

Download a preview of the Trail Map (Or you can pick one up at Mission Control next to the Winter Garden on Surrey Street from 9th August or at participating venues from 17th August.)

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