Lego lovers should get themselves to Brick 2015, an exhibition dedicated to the world's most popular toy, at London's ExCeL from 11 to 13 December.

In addition to the huge, ambitious models pictured in this gallery, there will also be 60 well-known film scenes made out Lego, plenty of Lego Christmas decorations and an incredible 3 million Lego blocks to play with in themed brick pits.

Lego Expo 2015
Husband and wife Annie and Ed Diment put the final bricks in place on their Ice Age display, with a woolly mammoth, which took nine weeks to build from 400,000 Lego bricksChris Ratcliffe/Getty Images
Lego Expo 2015
A sabre tooth tiger built from 120,000 bricks, which took two months to buildChris Ratcliffe/Getty Images
Lego Expo 2015
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Lego Expo 2015
A Hobbit display featuring Gandalf, Bilbo and Smaug the dragon made from 83,433 bricks, which took 625 hoursChris Ratcliffe/Getty Images
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Lego Expo 2015
Jessica Farrell finishes the street scene outside her Lego model of Her Majesty's Theatre, with a performance of Phantom of the Opera taking place inside, made out of 57,992 bricks over 11 monthsChris Ratcliffe/Getty Images
Lego Expo 2015
Jessica Farrell places audience members inside her model of Her Majesty's TheatreChris Ratcliffe/Getty Images
Lego Expo 2015
The Phantom and Christine on stage in a gondolaChris Ratcliffe/Getty Images
Lego Expo 2015
An exhibitor puts the finishing touches to a model of the Houses of Parliament's Elizabeth Tower (Big Ben) made out of 30,000 Lego bricks over 80 hoursChris Ratcliffe/Getty Images
Lego Expo 2015
Nick Morrey places Lego people on his model of the Ultra WMC Music Festival, an event held every year in Miami, made from 15,000 bricks with over 3,000 Lego people over three monthsChris Ratcliffe/Getty Images
Lego Expo 2015
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Lego Expo 2015
Lego portaloos are lowered into place at the Ultra WMC Music FestivalChris Ratcliffe/Getty Images
Lego Expo 2015
A Lego play pit full of bricks for children to play inChris Ratcliffe/Getty Images
Lego Expo 2015
Eric Philhan places a dragon on top of Hogwarts, the school from the Harry Potter series, made out of 250,000 bricks over 800 hoursChris Ratcliffe/Getty Images
Lego Expo 2015
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Lego Expo 2015
Annie and Ed Diment sit outside the caravan they built out of 215,158 Lego bricks, over 1,000 hoursChris Ratcliffe/Getty Images
Lego Expo 2015
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Lego Expo 2015
Phil Traviss and Annie Diment put the finishing touches to their Lego Titanic, made of 120,000 bricks over three monthsChris Ratcliffe/Getty Images
Lego Expo 2015
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Lego Expo 2015
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Lego Expo 2015
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