Entrance Ticket to The Art of the Brick Exhibition with Audio Guide
- The Art of the Brick exhibition by American artist Nathan Sawaya is now in Amsterdam.
- See 100 unique works of art, built with over a million LEGO® bricks.
- Check out a six-meter-long T-Rex skeleton made out of over 80,000 bricks.
- Admire artworks by Da Vinci, Vermeer, and Rembrandt in 2D and 3D, all made from LEGO® bricks.
- See the In Pieces gallery, a collaboration between Nathan Sawaya and photographer Dean West.
- Download the free bilingual audio guide (available in English and Dutch) before or during your visit.
- The English audio guide is narrated by Nathan Sawaya himself!
- 100 pieces of art from Lego®
- Over 1 million Lego-bricks
- Free audio guide on your smartphone
- Free treasure hunt for children
- See Corona-proof, a work of art by Nathan Sawaya
Super Flexible Cancellation Policy
Get a full refund on canceling this ticket up to 24h before the schedule.
Can you wrap your mind around it? The Art of the Brick exhibition has 100 unique works of art, built with over a million LEGO® bricks! Temporarily on view in Amsterdam's De Kalverpassage, the exhibition, by by the American artist Nathan Sawaya, has something on offer for people of all ages. Stand back and gasp as you see a six-meter-long T-Rex skeleton made out of over 80,000 bricks. As if that isn't cool enough, you'll also get to see world-famous artworks by Da Vinci, Vermeer, and Rembrandt in 2D and 3D, all made from LEGO® bricks! Nathan Sawaya is well known for his performance as an artist-in-residence and consulting producer of the hugely popular TV show, LegoMasters USA.
The exhibition also includes the beautiful In Pieces gallery. It is a collaboration between LEGO® artist Nathan Sawaya and award-winning photographer Dean West. West is best known for his highly staged photographs that take everyday events beyond natural reality. Make sure to download the free bilingual audio guide (available in English and Dutch) before or during your visit. P.S.: The English audio guide is extra special because it is narrated by Nathan Sawaya herself!
Know Before You Go
COVID-19 Safety Measures
- Only pre-booked tickets.
- Face mask required for all visitors aged 13 and over.
- Only visit The Art of the Brick with people who belong to your household.
- Keep your distance, 1.5 meters.
- Disinfect your hands when you enter and again regularly during your visit.
- Follow the route marked on the floor, and other instructions.
- All surfaces that can be touched are regularly disinfected.
- If you have symptoms, stay at home.
- In an at-risk group? Come on a weekday morning.
- Take care of each other.
- The ticket includes all parts of the attraction.
- Cloakroom is available - there are lockers to store these safely for a small fee (€2.00 for 2 hours). They have extra-large lockers for €4,00 per 2 hours). You can put several items into the same locker. Small handbags up to A4 format (21×30 cm or 8″x 11.5″) are allowed in the exhibition.
- Photos/videos are allowed without using flash or stands, and only for non-commercial purposes.
- The exhibition is easily accessible with a walking frame, wheelchair or pushchair. The entrance to the lift up to the exhibition floor can be found in the lobby area, to the left of the escalator. We’re sorry, but it is not possible to visit The Art of the Brick in a mobility scooter.
- No toilets in the exhibition but there are paid ones (€ 1,00) next to the entrance.
- Tue: 15-minute time slots from 12:00 PM to 4:30 PM.
- Wed to Fri: 15-minute time slots from 10:00 AM to 4:30 PM.
- During school & bank holidays: from 10:00 AM to 4:30 PM.
School & Bank Holidays
13 Feb to 28 Feb 2021
2 Apr to 5 Apr 2021
1 May to 9 May 2021
13 May to 16 May 2021
22 May to 25 May 2021
Closed on 27 April (King’s Day) and Mondays, except during school holidays and on bank holidays.
Children aged 0-4yrs go in for free (carry a valid photo ID).
- Your voucher will be emailed to you instantly.
- Please display your mobile voucher along with a valid photo ID at the ticket redemption point.
- If you have purchased reduced-price tickets, please carry your valid photo ID proof for verification.
- Kindly ensure that you arrive 10 minutes before your scheduled time slot to avoid any delays.
- Redeem your ticket at The Art of the Brick.
- Address: Kalverstraat 212 Kalverpassage, 1012 XH Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Get Directions to the Ticket Redemption Point
From Amsterdam Central Station
- Metro 52 - 1 stop, get off at Rokin station. Travel time approx. 11 minutes, including walking.
- Tram 4 and 14 - stop Rokin. Travel time approx. 13 minutes, including walking.
- The nearest parking garage is at the rear of the Kalverpassage, with an entrance on the Singel. Parking is cheaper here than on the street.
- Bicycle shed Q-Park Kalverstraat (Rear of the Kalverpassage).
- Bicycle parking Pathé de Munt (approx. 4 minutes walk).
This ticket is valid for the date and time selected during checkout.