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The Art of The Brick : DC Super Heroes

Are you a Super Hero fan and a LEGO® enthusiast? Check out the "The Art of The Brick: DC Super Heroes" exhibition at Espace Chapiteau du Parc de La Villette! Until August 19, 2018, you will have the pleasure of seeing life-size statues of your favourite Super-Heroes and Super-Villains!


You dreamt it, LEGO® did it! The exhibition "The Art of The Brick: DC Super Heroes" transports you into the extraordinary world of Super Heroes with gigantic sculptures created from scratch by the talented Nathan Sawaya. This former American lawyer has simply decided to give up his career to devote himself to his passion: LEGO®! When you see the result, you can only be impressed.


In total, it took 2 million small LEGO® bricks, arranged by colour, shape and size, to make these sculptures! From Batman to Joker, Superman and Wonderman or Spiderman and Catwoman, young and old will marvel at their favourite hero. Composed of immersive decors and animations, this playful exhibition will awaken your child's soul or will perhaps reveal a new passion...


A beautiful scenography inspired by the world of DC Comics, right next to the Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie, in the Parc de la Villette in Paris. At the end of the exhibition, blindfold your children who will certainly want to leave with a ton of LEGO® and build their own sculpture. Unless you're tempted yourself...


To discover urgently during your next stay at Jack's Hotel!


Practical information :

Exhibition "The Art of The Brick : DC Super Heroes"

Espace Chapiteaux - Parc de la Villette - Quai de la Charente -75019 Paris 19

Opening hours: until 19 August, Tuesday to Sunday, 10 am to 7 pm.

Book your tickets on the official exhibition website: