A two-day celebration of LEGO, featuring displays and trade stalls, is returning to a Norfolk attraction this weekend.

Bressingham Bricks takes place at Bressingham Steam Museum, near Diss, on July 6 and 7 from 10.30am to 5pm on both days. 

From bustling cityscapes to Harry Potter worlds, marvel at intricate train layouts made of LEGO.

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A Harry Potter LEGO scene A Harry Potter LEGO scene (Image: Bressingham Steam Museum)

There will be a variety of other brick-built displays showcasing creativity and skill. 

There will also be interactive build zones and trade stalls selling LEGO sets, mini-figures and other merchandise.

A spokesperson for the museum said: "Bressingham Bricks is the perfect opportunity to spark children's imaginations and inspire a love of building, discover unique creations and find the perfect gift of collectible."

Trade stalls at Bressingham BricksTrade stalls at Bressingham Bricks (Image: Bressingham Steam Museum)

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Bressingham Steam Museum boasts an impressive collection of vehicles and machinery.

Enjoy steam train rides, explore beautiful gardens and ride the Gallopers, with refreshments from the café, sweet shop and ice cream hut.

Book tickets at bressingham.co.uk or buy at the museum entrance.