Sarry Samantha T.
a year ago
It wasn't too good... But it was more about the company then the actual experience for us.
More vendors than static displays. A few interactive activities, however, they misplaced/ran out of dark gray Legos for the floorsaic. Not sure if the VIP access was worth the money but the kiddo had fun nonetheless.
More commercial than I thought, figured there would be more interactive options.
Great experience, very family friendly, lots to see and do. The staff was awesome! Lots of kids, but not overly crowded
Lots of opportunities to experience Lego products. Our adult son has special needs. He fit in fine with the kids and nerds.
He enjoy ed best building with black light Lego.
Worth the expense.
It was pretty disappointing. I took my boys a few years ago and it was a completely different experience. A few years ago there were dozen's of great Lego creations including a life sized batmobile. This year there was one. In the past there were far more fun activities for the kids to do. It was too crowded and far too many vendors selling items. Buy a Lego set and play at home instead.
The Brick Fest was significantly scaled back from the last Lego Fest - about a third of the size, with a corresponding downsizing of activities. Lines for activities were long, and the sale of knock-off "Lego" products was the main feature.
There is only stuff that is there for children really. Wasn't to big on having things for adults and teenagers to be doing. Also could of use more people so it wouldn't have been so crowded.
No much to do. Mostly just vendors selling stuff. Overall disappointed.
Wish there were more activities and less vendors selling stuff. Appeared to be 50/50. Glow in the dark area was very cool as were the race cars. Needed maybe 2 more "big" attractions like this.
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For many, the fascination with LEGO bricks begins in childhood and endures into adulthood. The inspiration and education behind the custom creations and constructions merely increase in size along with the person. Brick Fest Live LEGO Fan Festival provides a venue for LEGO lovers of all sizes to come celebrate their mutual affection, build new creations, and see some truly mind-blowing LEGO sculptures to help set the imagination free. Attractions include the Brick Fest Derby, where participants build and race a LEGO derby car down a 35-foot track; a Mosaics section, where guests create art using a colorful variety of 1x1 LEGO bricks; and Inspiration Stations, where fans can build custom creations and add them to existing LEGO cities. Visiting vendors also sell new, vintage, and custom LEGO accessories only available at Brick Fest Live events.
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