Big Brick Safari Paignton Zoo

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Event Date:

From 5th August

Until 3rd January


Paignton Zoo will be home to over 80 giant wild animal models made from thousands of LEGO® bricks!

From a giant gorilla, a jumbo size elephant and a majestic lion, to marvellous macaws, beautiful butterflies and a cool crocodile, these stunning LEGO® brick animals will form The Great Big Brick Safari Trail for visitors to follow around the zoo.

If you would like to pre-book tickets in advance for this spectacular event, our online Day and Zooper tickets are valid for one visit within six months from the date of purchase.


12:00:00 12:00:00 Europe/London Big Brick Safari Paignton Zoo PAIGNTON ZOO
Totnes Road
Devon TQ4 7EU
Big Brick Safari Paignton Zoo

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