An exhibition of historic Welsh sites made entirely out of Lego is being unveiled at Caerphilly Castle today.

The Welsh Government's historic environment service, Cadw has teamed up with Cardiff-based artist Andy Morris to make eight pieces for the collection.

The exhibition is part of Cadw's 'Pack Your Imagination' campaign that launched in February and saw Rhuddlan Castle created from 50,000 lego bricks by a US pensioner.

The exhibition includes forced perspective photography that creates the illusion of mini lego figures exploring the sites. Credit: Cadw

The exhibition includes pixelated Lego tapestries showing Castell Coch and Caernarfon Castle and photography that creates the illusion of Lego figures exploring Conwy Castle and Tintern Abbey.

These mini lego figures tell the story of the Harlech-centred Mabinogi tales. Credit: Cadw

The aim of Cadw's 'Pack Your Imagination' campaign is to make Welsh heritage more accessible to communities across the country.

Ken Skates, Deputy Minister for Culture, Sport and Tourism
A lego floor plan of Beumaris Castle. Credit: Cadw

The exhibition will be on display at Caerphilly Castle until Sunday, July 19. It will then tour Wales, stopping off at Tintern Abbey, Caernarfon Castle and Beaumaris Castle.