The tour, which is based around the King Tutankhamun 'Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh', will be launched in summer 2021 and will tour the globe to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the discovery of King Tutankhamun's tomb in November 1922.
The entertainment firm said it has also signed a new contract with Inverary Castle in Scotland for Bricklive Fantasy Kingdom which will open next week and run until the end of October.
This is the first time that it has partnered with Inverary Castle, the AIM-listed company noted.
“This is the most exciting build that Bricklive has undertaken to date consisting of 45 models - many with live motion features - it is a completely immersive experience,” Live Company chairman David Ciclitira said in a statement.
“In 1970 one and a half million people saw the King Tutankhamun exhibition at the British Museum (including my younger self) and the current tour of 60 of the most well-known artefacts has been a complete sell-out.
“Our new tour will allow more of the world to experience the wonders of this slice of history all be it in toy brick format. We have received significant interest to our pre-launch information and look forward to announcing a full schedule in due course,” he added.