Travelling Bricks is entirely made of LEGO® bricks. The exhibition is entertaining, creative, interactive, artistic and educational. Featuring 120 Pieces over 60 scenes created in years by LEGO Professional Artists. Major large models include: 7mt Titanic, Early Transport, Record Breakers, Ships, Trains, Aviation, Space Flight, Vehicles. Play Area 150sqmt with over 200,000 LEGO® bricks!
Unofficial Galaxies (IP Oriented)
One of the largest Star Wars private collections in the world, Unofficial Galaxies showcases iconic characters and vehicles as well as memorable scenes from the Star Wars fans world. 121 exhibits in 22 scenes.
Giant Soft Bricks Playland (Children Activity)
Giant Soft Bricks Playland is entertaining, educational, healthy and safe. The bricks are large and soft, made of EPP foam. Suitable age 1-12 years old, 1-3 hours playing time, children love to come back to it regularly. Perfect for shopping malls and events willing to attract footfall and entertain children; or tickets may be charged, when suitable to individual organisations.
3D Doubt Your Eyes (Hands On)
How does 3D work? Does it connect with science? How about fighting with dinosaurs? Or walking on the moon? Changing Mona Lisa's make-up? Or be cut in half? A true "Instagram paradise", the photos from this experience will look so real making you will feel as living in a magical world.
Dinosaur Invasion (Animatronics)
A Made In Italy exhibition featuring over 40 life-size dinosaurs, each of them housed in its own natural habitat recreated according to specific geological eras, within a large Jurassic park. The structure can be fully customised using different numbers of dinosaurs and scenes, for exhibition areas from 1000 up to 5000 square meters. Scenes are top-class, including a volcano and a waterfall.
International Space Station (Space Exhibition)
In collaboration with ASI, ESA, Thales Alena Space and Altec, we have reconstructed the International Space Station (ISS): the first exhibition on life in space. The ISS exhibition also features VR experiences about living in the Station as well as other space activities - so real you could not believe!
Sharks, perfect predators that have inhabited the seas for 400 million years, well before the appearance of vertebrates, and have remained almost unchanged over time. The exhibition will lead to the discovery of more than 30 specimens from the 6m great white shark to the tiger shark, the hammerhead, the fox, the leucas, up to the smallest existing, the pygmy shark.
The poet, writer and politician Dante Alighieri is considered the father of the Italian language. Nicknamed "sommo poeta" ("supreme poet"), he was the first man of letters to use the vernacular in Italian literature. His main work, the Divine Comedy, is considered one of the masterpieces of world literature.
Pandemics - Humans Dark Side (Historical)
Over 50 exhibits will show the history of epidemics as well as the sad dark side humans showed when facing such calamities - a dark side which brought racism, prejudice and iniquities towards free thinkers and minorities.
Mythos - Mythological Creatures (Fantasy)
Mythos - Mythological Creatures consists of 32 life-size models of mythological creatures created by taxidermy and sculptural techniques. The dimensions of the specimens range from a 13-metres dragon to a 6-metres Pegasus among others. Each creature lives in its own world created with the best landscaping techniques and new technologies such as: AR, NFC integration, QR code explanation panels, Immersive room experience, high quality projectors.
The specimens in the exhibition come from zoological gardens, natural parks, recovery centres where they died of natural causes, and later donated for exhibition purposes. They have all been prepared with a highly skilled taxidermy technique.
The exhibition is a guided tour in a spectacular display, where one can experience dozens of insects of the most impressive and beautiful species in the world: from the beautiful giant tropical beetles of Asia and South America, to grasshoppers and water insects.
With this exhibition we seeks to raise awareness of the beauty and the incredible life forms found in the deepest abysses. The protagonists include large specimens such as the 13-metres long giant squid, and the 4-metres long Bluntnose shark. In total more than 100 species are featured in the exhibition. 54 of these, some taxidemized and other in models, have bright colors and light up when illuminated by ultraviolet light.
Monster Of The Sea (Animatronics)
This is a brand new exhibition featuring gigantic inhabitants of the sea in life-size animatronic version. Monsters Of The Sea is a unique exhibition allowing you to experience the life in the depth of the sea through its 20 animatronic animals up to 16mt long! For larger venues, a special kit of 29 animals is available.
Living Robots (Animatronics)
Living Robots is the stunning new exhibition about the fairy-tale world of machines. All robots are from 3 to 6 meters tall. Each of them has a unique structure and character, within a cinematic battle scene. You can live your own ‘robot rebellion’!
Ice Age (Animatronics)
Mammoths, sabre-toothed tigers, hairy rhinos, gigantic birds and more in this exciting and educational exhibition about the Earth’s last Ice Age. The exhibition features 10 life-sized animatronic models: a unique and exciting walk through the ice age era for families and visitors of all ages.
Experience Da Vinci (Historical)
Experience Da Vinci is a successful interactive exhibition showcasing skillfully crafted reproductions of the works of Leonardo Da Vinci, based on the world renowned polymath’s original invention studies and model plans. The exhibition features interactive and life-size machines and models that can be operated by the visitors, allowing them to engage with Da Vinci’s experiences, inventions and designs, and feel the wonder the genius Leonardo felt when he built them for the first time.
Space Adventure - Life In Space (Space)
Over 80 space exhibits (to include a piece of real moon!) make us travel in outer space without leaving our planet. This priceless collection from NASA enjoys huge popularity and has been visited by over 3.5 million visitors so far.