Why am I not surprised LEGO KidsFest was sold out each day it was in Richmond? Any age group (child to adult) can enjoy a few hours of LEGO overload. I thought I would share some pictures of my kids enjoying themselves and provide you with a schedule of upcoming dates to see if LEGO KidsFest is coming your way> If you are interested in going, you need to buy tickets sooner than later. Here is the LEGO KidsFest website for full details and to buy tickets.
Initially thought of this pile of LEGOS was “wow that is a lot of germs”, but the kids were in heaven.
My boys had such a wonderful time and hated to leave. I wish I had known about the LEGO expert class that you had to really be in line when you first got there. The line was too long once they realized what it was about and the boys did not want to miss out of anything else that was available. If your kids are on the older end, this will be worth looking into once you arrive on the property.
There was so much to do and see and the boys loved the different areas. Especially the races they were involved with.
One my favorite things I love about LEGOs is that they do not involve technology. Of course at LEGO KIDSFEST they managed to involve technology into LEGO building. They used the Iphones with LEGO design, the kids of course thought this was a hoot.
They had amazing LEGO sculptures if that is the right word. Lifelike replicas that I can imagine took months to create.
• Louisville, KY: April 5 – 7 (choose your session on the next page)
• Texas, May 17 – 19
• Phoenix, AZ: July 12 – 14
• Bay Area (CA): August 30 – Sept. 1
• Portland, OR: October 11 – 13
• New England (CT): December 6 – 8