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So, which one is made of LEGO?
In the age of videogame shoot-outs and online viral nonsense it’s still LEGO that enraptures children (and a lot of adults, it has to be said) like no other. And you can see some larger-than-life sculptures at Washington Wetland Centre, which also includes a kingfish, otter and gigantic goose. Sitting alongside their real-life cousins, the colourful animals form a fun trail around the wetlands, perfect for families to take part in and inspire them to build a better future for nature. Simply pick up a sheet at admissions and get exploring. The popular centre is also holding some hands-on LEGO workshops. These hour-long sessions are perfect for fans young and old, with exciting team challenges and individual tasks to get stuck into, including the chance to make your very own LEGO owl mini-model to take home (booking is essential for this one: suitable for ages 4+).
Giant LEGO brick animal trail, 6 April-6 May, Washington Wetland Centre, Barmston Lane, Washington. The trail is included as part of the general admission (free for members). Book admission tickets online and save 10%: bit.ly/WashingtonTickets (book for workshop at: bit.ly/LEGOworkshopsWA)