The world's biggest LEGO bridge comes to Liverpool
The Guinness World Record-holding bridge will stand 3 metres tall, with a span of 31 metres – almost the length of three Liverpool double-decker buses end-to-end.
More than 200,000 individual LEGO bricks weighing altogether three-quarters of a tonne will go into its construction.
The bridge was designed for the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) and originally displayed at their headquarters in Westminster,
The LEGO bridge will be assembled at The Capital Building on Old Hall Street in Liverpool on 9 and 10 August and will be opened to the public on 11 August.
Get there by Train
Get there with a Family Day Ticket, it can be used for up to a family of 5 and costs just £11! The ticket covers children aged 5 - 15 travelling with 1 or 2 adults.
Or you can buy an All Zone Day Saver that costs just £5.10 for adults and £2.55 for Young People (aged 5 to 18) for unlimited travel on the Merseyrail network.
The Day Saver and Family tickets are valid for unlimited travel on the Merseyrail network anytime except 6.31am - 9.29am Monday - Friday.