There’s plenty of family fun to be had at Milestones Museum this Easter!
Visitors to Basingstoke’s museum of living history, which is operated by Hampshire Cultural Trust, can choose to be the hero or villain in Bricktropolis and the Attack of the Mighty Monsters, an interactive LEGO® experience where some of the world’s most famous buildings are under attack by aliens, the kraken, Godzilla and more.
In addition to the Bricktropolis app and trail to complete and LEGO mosaics and play tables to have fun with, there are two special LEGO events for the Easter holidays. On Friday 19 and Saturday 20 April, LEGO fans will be able to join LEGO building company Bright Bricks in a Quake and Shake Table and Tower Build, where they can build their own LEGO tower and see if it will stand or fall under rigorous testing. There will also be the opportunity to enjoy the ever-popular Milestones LEGO Minifigure™ make-and-take.
Throughout the Easter break, there’s a fun Easter trail in the museum, with a chocolate treat at the end for all those who complete it. New on the refreshment front is a vintage tea tent, where visitors be able to grab a tea or coffee, and for a limited time only, there will be a Jude’s Ice Cream stall outside the front of the museum for those in need of something sweet!
Bricktropolis and the Attack of the Mighty Monsters runs until 28 April 2019 and is included in the Milestones standard admission charge; a small, additional charge applies to the LEGO Minifigure™ make-and-take and the Easter trail. With their Milestones ticket, visitors can enjoy unlimited trips to the museum for 12 months – more details are available at www.milestonesmuseum.org.uk.