Piece of Peace: Upcoming art exhibition featuring UNESCO Heritage Sites built with LEGO

Piece of Peace World Tour comes to Singapore

For LEGO fans, this is an art exhibition not to be missed.

Originating from Japan and seen by close to 3 million visitors worldwide, Piece of Peace exhibition is a collaboration between LEGO and the Piece of Peace committee to showcase UNESCO heritage sites built using LEGO pieces brick by brick.

Singapore is the first Southeast-Asian country to be included in the World Tour and according to the organisers, the exhibition will be held once and will not return.

The Singapore leg will be held from 27 July to 3 September 2017 at Fort Canning Arts Centre. Visitors will get a chance to view a total of 34 replicas of the heritage sites picked from 25 countries including Japan’s Itsukushima Shinto Shrine, Greece’s Acropolis of Athens, Australia’s Sydney Opera House and much more.

You can find more updates to the exhibition from Piece of Peace Singapore Facebook page here. Tickets are priced at $17 for adults on weekday visits and $2 more during the weekends.

Event Details

What: Piece of Peace World Heritage Exhibit
Where: Fort Canning Arts Centre
When:  27 July – 3 September 2017 from 10am – 9pm (extends to midnight on weekends)
Admission: $17/$19 for age 17 and above, $13/$15 for age 4 – 16 and above 60

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