Building a Brilliant Summer at RAMM
Exeter's RAMM has a hectic summer ahead and we're building up the excitement.
Get ready for a packed schedule of hands-on learning and fun activities, built around the RAMM’s (Royal Albert Memorial Museum) all-new LEGO® exhibition Brick by Brick.
This year’s exhibition opens on 18th June and runs until 11th September, showcasing masterful builds that explore different points of Exeter’s vibrant history made entirely from LEGO® bricks. Challenge yourself and let your creativity flow at their ‘build stations’ with plinths at the ready to display your creations. Whether you’re an expert or novice builder, everybody is invited.
Duck the erupting volcano in prehistoric Devon, or watch the Romans take a bath.
Filled with fun and humour and accompanied by objects from the Museum’s collection, children’s play zones, trails and more, this LEGO® brick story will delight children of all ages.
Plus, look out for Building a Greater Exeter weekend (18th to 19th June) – where youngsters across 30 Exeter, Teignbridge and East Devon schools will visualise a more sustainable future.
There’s also a late adult session for those big kids out there as well as a relaxed hour, designed especially for visitors with autism, anxiety, and associated conditions.
Museum entry is free. Brick by Brick exhibition tickets range from £2.50 to £4.50 and activities and events are bookable and priced individually – find out more here.
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This article has been written by Radio Exe for the RAMM.