A STAR Wars themed Lego exhibition is allowing fans young and old to visit a galaxy far, far away at Himley Hall this summer.

The free Amor Lego exhibition features themed displays including an Ewok village, space station, desert and ice plateau, staged with figures and vehicles, and runs until September 30.

Lego versions of gunships, including the Imperial Star Destroyer and Millennium Falcon, a Sandcrawler, AT-AT Walkers and Jabba the Hut’s Palace are also featured, while individual Lego figures include Jabba the Hut, Bobba Fett, Han Solo, Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, Chewbacca, Obi-Wan-Kenobi, C3-PO and R2-D2 plus a range of Storm Troopers, Droids and Ewoks.

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Models include a Lego Yoda, a life size Darth Maul head and a range of vehicles, including the Death Star.

There is also a range of light sabres and official lego posters on display.

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People visiting the exhibition will also be able to see other items from the technics and creator Lego ranges such as Sydney Opera House.

Alan Lunt, Dudley's strategic director for place, said: “We are delighted to be able to offer this wonderful exhibition, which will prove interesting to children and adults of all ages.

“I’m sure visitors will have fun identifying the Lego versions of their favourite characters.”

As well as the Lego exhibition, a 40-year retrospective of the painter Ron Satterthwaite and A Wildlife Wander around the World featuring a range of wildlife paintings by David Spencer can also be seen in the hall’s Oak Gallery until July 8.