If you didn't already know, there's a huge LEGO exhibition on in Manchester at the moment that features almost 100 pieces of artwork and over 1 million bricks.
The Art of the Brick, a globally renowned touring exhibition, came to Manchester at the end of last year and showcases stunning sculptures.
Heralded as a global “must-see exhibition”, the event returned to the UK at The Great Northern Warehouse after five years of touring the planet and resides here until April 2020.
It's proved popular since landing back in the North West and has attracted visitors from all over the country.
However, in an aim to get more kids to experience the awesome exhibition, event organisers are letting them go free for a limited time in February.
From Monday 10th February to Sunday 23rd February, The Art of the Brick will welcome children to see the exhibition at no cost, as those planning to visit can now book one free child’s ticket with every paying adult ticket.
The offer takes place over the February half term and is a must see for kids who love their Lego.
The exhibition focuses exclusively on the use of LEGO bricks as an art form, featuring 3D sculptures and oversized portraits from LA artist Nathan Sawaya's world famous collection – which also includes 25 never-before-seen pieces.
To get your 'kids go free tickets', click here and book any slot between Monday 10th February and Sunay 23rd February.