Choose from Nine Options
$15 for a Lego WeDo robotics model build and one-day play pass for one child ($30 value)
$29 for a Lego WeDo robotics model build and one-day play pass for two children ($60 value)
$55 for a Lego WeDo robotics model build and one-day play pass for four children ($120 value)
$159 for a five-day Mindstorms NXT for beginners camp with a T-shirt for one child ($240 value)
- July 28–August 1: 10 a.m.–1 p.m.
- August 11–15: 2 p.m.–5 p.m.
$139 for a five-day Lego Imagine, Create, Play camp with a T-shirt for one child, redeemable july 28-august 1, 2 p. m.-5 p.m. ($195 value)
- July 28–August 1: 2 p.m.–5 p.m.
- August 11–15: 10 a.m.–1 p.m.
$139 for a five-day Stop-Motion Animation with Lego and Comic Book camp with a T-shirt for one child ($200 value)
- August 4–8: 10 a.m.–1 p.m.
$149 for a five-day Lego Machines and Robots camp with a T-shirt for one child ($210 value)
- August 4–8: 2 p.m.–5 p.m.
C&A Robot Factory
Thousands of LEGO pieces scatter across C&A Robot Factory's tables, including different vehicle and mini figure elements. During open-play sessions kids of all ages—accompanied by an adult—can use C&A Robot Factory’s thousands of LEGO blocks to create, explore, build social skills, and have fun building with the small bricks. The LEGO Ville area lets toddlers age three and younger play as well, surrounding them with Duplo buildings, cars, trucks, trains, animals, and people.
Alternatively, Lego fans can opt for C&A Robot Factory's robotics sessions and camps, which are separate from the open-play sessions. During the center's projects and camps, children work through projects that explore science, math, and creativity. The stop-motion-animation project—where kids assemble LEGO bricks into a movie set and then take hundreds of photographs that are edited together to become a short movie—stretches the potential applications of LEGOs even further.