Our family was given tickets to the Lego Creativity Tour to review. No other compensation was given. All opinions are my own.
Both my boys, especially Noah, have been getting extremely interested in Legos the last couple of months. They love building and do so every day. I think its kind of awesome. Plus it widens their imagination so much, and I love that.
When I found out that the Lego KidFest was planning on having the Lego Creativity Tour stop through Columbus, I knew we had to go. They have so many different things to do including:
LEGO Model Museum: walk among life-sized models made from LEGO bricks
Race Ramps: build a custom car, then race it down the ramp against friends and family
Construction Zone: enjoy a creative build, play, and display area
LEGO DUPLO: the youngest builders can explore building their imaginations and so many ways to play with DUPLO bricks
Big Brick Pile: dive into the largest pile of LEGO bricks ever seen to build something amazing
LEGO Art Gallery: create a custom masterpiece and display it for all to see
Monochromatic Builds: limiting the materials to one color and one size creates amazing results
And much more!
My favorite location was the monochromatic builds. All the legos were purple and one size. I just loved watching everyone build things with just one color. You have to be super creative to thing of something that looks awesome with it. I also loved the art gallery. It was still early so the wall wasn’t filled but it was off to a great start!
Noah and Hayden went straight to building their own cars: something they love to do when they are at home. They had plenty of lego sizes and shapes to choose from and would have probably spent the whole time in that area if we let them. They also loved the huge brick pile. I have to admit, it was extremely large and even with a ton of children building things, there were plenty of legos for everyone. I wonder how long it took for someone to clean it up. Ha!
My husband’s favorite part? Well, you might have to just check out the vlog he posted. He did an awesome review of the whole thing… its almost like you are there with us!
Don’t miss out on the tour when it comes to your neck of the woods. This was the last tour this year, however, the Lego Creativity Tour has new tour dates for next year including: