Published: 01:00, 15 June 2018
| Updated: 09:10, 15 June 2018
The Battle of Trafalgar, Martin Luther King, Suffragettes and the Vikings are all set to arrive in Kent for the summer - in tiny brick form.
LEGO's Brick History exhibition, which takes visitors through 13.8 billion years of history, comes to the Historic Dockyard Chatham from Friday, July 6 through to Sunday, September 16.
From author and creator Warren Elsmore, the exhibition featuring more than 40 models comes to the dockyard as part of its 400th anniversary celebrations.
Exploring themes of the arts, equality, conflict, exploration and transport throughout the years, models featured go back to prehistoric times and the dinosaurs and up to the Chatham-made ship HMS Victory and RMS Titanic.
The summer-long exhibition will be one of the highlights of the dockyard's 400th birthday celebrations, Festival 400, which run throughout the year and include activities, events and free talks.
Visitors can try their hand at building their own favourite history moment and there will be a soft play area full of LEGO® bricks to get creative.
For more details go to thedockyard.co.uk/whats-on
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