Building and Design: Family Sunday in April.
Architects young and old will be given free rein to exercise their creative talent at the BMW Museum in April. XXL Lego, miniature bricks and other building elements will be available for the construction of towers, houses, gardens and much more besides.
As the days begin to get warmer, children and adults are invited to set out bedding plants following the 'Urban Gardening' principle and to create their own mini garden for the balcony, the terrace or even just the window sill.
Using Teifoc building materials, visitors can construct miniature houses, towers, churches and garages. The Teifoc kits consist of genuine kiln-fired bricks, which are laid with mortar and trowel – just like the professionals would do. Younger builders from six years upwards can thus make their dream home come true in miniature format at an early stage in their life. This might be a simple bungalow, an elaborate villa, a small fortress – or something quite different. Families should allow around one hour for their ‘buildings’ to set.
For the under-sixes, there is an alternative construction site with colourful XXL Lego bricks offering them scope to use their imagination and try out different configurations. And of course, appropriate builder’s gear must be worn, so we will be providing helmets and high-visibility jackets for our junior construction workers.
Lupino the Clown will be in attendance, as usual fashioning his amazing balloon compositions. To complete the programme, there will be the customary free guided tours on the hour. The reduced price on a family ticket makes this a highly affordable day out.
Family Sunday runs from 10am to 6pm and is included in the admission price.
Family tour in English at 3pm