Lego is fantastic, when you're not treading on it that is.
This weekend The Albert Hall will come alive for Brixhibition, featuring exciting and imaginative Lego creations built by enthusiasts young and old.
More than 40 schools and 2000 primary school pupils have entered their unique constructions in the annual competition.
This year's Brixhibition will even include a large-scale replica of Tasmania.
If Lego isn't your scene, or if you're more of a Duplo fan, there's plenty of other things to see and do this weekend.
Marjories at Woolmers will be unleashing their Celtic side as they host a Scottish ceilidh on Saturday.
What is a ceilidh, you may ask?
A ceilidh is a celebratory dance event featuring all the great Scottish staples including haggis and kilts.
If you prefer a fight over a feast, journey over to Miena as medieval warriors from across the state gather for some sword and mace battling.
The event will not only be an exhilarating display of aged weaponry, it will also hope to raise funds to support Tasmanian firefighters.