No matter whether you're five or 95, Lego is something everyone can enjoy.
Brixhibition, Tasmania's annual Lego exhibition event, will run April 17 and 18 after being cancelled last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The event will display a wide range of cool, quirky and intricate Lego designs.
Brixhibition organiser Ken Draeger said this year's event would look different to previous years due to COVID-19 safety precautions.
"It's basically an exhibition, because of COVID we cant be too interactive and hands on this year," he said.
The exhibition will also be limited to 380 people at a time.
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However, don't despair. There will still be plenty of Lego on display to enjoy.
With about 20 exhibitors and 130 tables, there will be something for everyone at the exhibition.
"Lego is the most universal building thing around," Mr Draeger said.
"It's not just a toy, it's more than a toy."
Mr Draeger said people were keen to get out and attend events after the year of COVID-19 and lockdowns.
The exhibition is being held by Tasmanian Brick Enthusiasts who also hold school competitions to teach students to get creative.
"Kids love Lego full stop," Mr Draeger said.
"We like to inspire kids to think outside the box [and not follow a set of instructions]."
The organiser himself has been using Lego since he was about five, but only in the last 10 years has he started doing it more seriously.
Mr Draeger said his main passion was architecture, and uses Lego as a medium to express that.
He will have his own work on display at the exhibition, and promised Star Trek fans in particular would enjoy it.
The event will also be a fundraiser, raising money to buy Lego kits for children admitted to the Launceston General Hospital.
The event at Albert Hall will have eight separate sessions over two days.
After each session, the room will get a thorough clean before the next session of people are welcomed in.
Tickets are only available online. No door sales will be allowed.
They are priced at $6 for adults, $4 for children, and children under two are free.
To purchase a ticket visit brixhibition.com.