The Titanic to dock in the city's port for the summer

The future exhibition space.
The future exhibition space. / SUR
  • The biggest travelling Lego exhibition in Europe will be installed in Malaga's Muelle Uno and consist of 110 figures made of more than five million pieces

An impressive Lego exhibition will soon be settling in Malaga for the summer. The showcase, which is the biggest of its kind in Europe, will be taking over the corner of the Muelle Uno marina area, after the departure of the Artsenal centre.

The show, which will run from 16 June to 22 September, will cover an area of 1,400 square metres, exhibiting 110 figures made up of more than five million Lego pieces.

According to its creators, the exhibition will be divided into 12 zones, with one standout display being a 11-metre-long, three-metre-high Titanic replica, made up of more than 500,000 pieces. Other highlights include a huge Star Wars zone and an interactive map of Europe. Visitors can also greet their favourite sports stars, have a front seat view of important historical events such as the moon landings and the fall of the Berlin Wall and get a glimpse at J. R. R. Tolkien's Lonely Mountain.

There will also be an area where children can create their own designs and, of course, a Lego shop.

With the spectacle having already been seen by three million people across seven countries, the organisers believe that, in Malaga, they "have found a phenomenal location, on the marina, where there is a huge concentration of Spanish and European tourists passing by", stated Mariusz Rozmiarek, in charge of organising the exhibit.

Entrance to the exhibition will cost between 6.50 and 9.50 euros.