Visit Tom Lucieer's remarkable collection of Lego models when next in the Barossa Valley.
The collection is one of Australia's largest private Lego collections, located in the charming town of Angaston, enjoyed by children, the technically minded, train enthusiasts and the young at heart. This collection has everything from space stations to racing cars, a circus, a zoo, a medieval castle complete with knights and drawbridge and model T cars. The Lego collection is worth approximately AUD90,000 and includes almost all models produced by Lego, with some made as early as 1959. The majority of Tom's Lego has been purchased locally from the Community Store in Nuriootpa. The collection is housed in a large display area at the rear of his home.
The highlight however is the set of trains which whiz around permanent tracks in the traditional way of model railways.
Visitors preferably to arrive by 2pm as it takes at least one hour to see collection.
Please call The Lego Man on hot days to make sure that the display is open.