LEGO exhibition at Wrocław Stadium

Poland’s largest LEGO exhibition at Wrocław Stadium

Poland’s latest and largest LEGO exhibition will be open to the public from 17 November 2017 until 28 January 2018. The 1700 sqm of exhibition space bring a myriad of attraction and sensations to children and adults alike.

Air Force One

One of the key features in the exhibition is the world’s largest LEGO plane, which was made with one million building blocks. The model on a scale 1:7 in emulates a Boeing 747, a plane specially suited to the needs of American presidents and their foreign travels. The visitors will be offered a peek inside the plane.

Note! The exhibition will be closed to the public on the match day of 19 November. 

Robert Lewandowski and Rafał Sonik

The life-size figure was made of 70 thousand building blocks. Rafał Sonik, on display together with his all-terrain vehicle, is another athlete immortalised by LEGO. The structures took 3 months to complete by a personnel of 15 builders and designers.

Human Body, on an unusual lesson of biology

Fascinating models showcasing the structure of internal tracts and organs in the human body will help children to gain an understanding of how the body works and adults to check their knowledge of physiology and anatomy. 

Interactive map of Europe

Made entirely of LEGO blocks, this interactive and giant map of Europe showcases state borders, national capitals and banners, as well as European duchies. 

Tallest man in history

The figure represents Robert Wadlow, a 272-cm man believed to the tallest in history. No internal frame was used to support this giant life-size figure. The model was made exclusively of LEGO blocks, more than 100 thousand individual pieces in total.

Musical instruments

This educational mock-up represents a variety of popular musical instruments such as the guitar, trumpet, drums, accordion and violin. Visitors will be able to contemplate these unusual instruments and also enjoy their sound.

Giant STAR WARS collection

The Wrocław exhibition also features a special STAR WARS zone. STAR WARS fans are in for a large signature collection of exhibits showcasing the eight motifs from the cult “A New Hope” and a massive star destroyer called Venator.


A special Fun Park zone features a Duplo zone, tables laden with LEGO blocks, a space to create large building block structures and many other attractions. Visitors to the Wrocław exhibition will be offered to “draw” and “write” with LEGO blocks, while cars made by the children will be going down the ramp or flying from specially designed jumps. Additionally, you will be able to verify the strength of your structure on a vibrating platform called Super Shaker.


Tickets are available for purchase at the ticket office or online at


  • MORNINGS PASS 10:00 – 15:00 18 PLN per person;
  • AFTERNOON PASS 15:00 – 18:30, 22 PLN per person;
  • PASS 2+2 and more (min. 4 persons including max. 2 adults) 15:00 – 18:30; 18 PLN per person;
  • EVENING PASS 18:30 – 20:00 15 PLN per person;

Saturday, Sunday and public holidays:

  • WEEKEND PASS 10:00 – 18:30, 22 PLN per person;
  • PASS 2+2 and more (min. 4 persons including max. 2 adults) 18 PLN per person;
  • EVENING PASS 18:30 – 20:00 15 PLN per person;

ORGANISED GROUPS (schools, preschools, other)

  • Organised groups are admitted at the following prices from Monday to Friday, 9.00 – 15.00.
  • Min. 10 people: 15 PLN per person.

Parking spaces:

Car park for passenger vehicles

  • Multi-storey car park, Aleja Śląska, entrance Gate D

Car park for coaches in ul Królewiecka

NOTE! Visitors to the Wrocław Stadium will be offered a discount with a ticket the LEGO exhibition.


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Wrocław Stadium

Aleja Śląska 1, 54-118 Wrocław