Photo: LEGO® Artist Warren Elsmore

If you're looking for ways to amuse the family this Half Term why not follow the 'yellow brick' road to Queensgate in Peterborough for a bit of LEGO® fun?

This February Half Term, between Saturday February 12 and Sunday February 20, just head to Queensgate Shopping Centre to explore a number of unusual exhibits created by LEGO® Artist Warren Elsmore.

Using the iconic LEGO® bricks to recreate moments from our world history, 29 models of all shapes and sizes will be placed inside the shopping centre and can be explored via a self-guided trail.

It's completely free to join in, just collect a trail booklet from the start of the trail in North Square, situated outside Superdry, and follow the tour around the centre at your own pace.

Photo: LEGO® Artist Warren Elsmore

During the trail you'll stumble across creations that explore everything from the remarkable Titanic, Concorde and London Underground, right through to moments in time which link to the likes of Mozart, Ghandi and President Obama.

There’s a fantastic competition to enter too, giving someone the chance to win an exciting *LEGO® bundle! To enter the competition simply:

  • Take a selfie next to one of the LEGO® Brick History exhibits

  • Post your photo on Instagram or Facebook and include the hashtag #QueensgateBrickHistory in your post (each post shared with the hashtag will be counted as one entry)

The winner will be randomly selected and contacted via direct message on Monday February 21. Full terms and conditions can be found on

Ahead of the Half Term event, Mark Broadhead, Centre Director at Queensgate Shopping Centre said: “As we begin to welcome the return of our community-focused events, we look forward to launching our first event of 2022, where families can spend quality time together and meet other children enjoying our fun and free activity.”

For more information on Queensgate’s news, offers and events, visit

*This giveaway is in no way affiliated with LEGO®.

Photos: Images of LEGO® artworks from previous exhibition by artist Warren Elsmore

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