LEGO KidsFest Ohio Tickets
About LEGO KidsFest
LEGO KidsFest combines hands-on LEGO building fun with family-friendly entertainment in a big three-day interactive event. Activities are devised to fascinate children of every age and LEGO builders of all interests and skill levels. Since 2009, the LEGO KidsFest has visited cities across the United States with more than 30 tour stops.
Kids of all ages can get creative in LEGO & DUPLO® Construction Zones and participate in interactive sessions to discover their inner artist, engineer or architect. Meet LEGO Master Builders and learn tips and secrets to design and build anything the mind can imagine. Participate in group activities or take a stroll to see dozens of miniature and life-size displays built entirely out of LEGO bricks!
LEGO building activities include group sessions, competitions and sheer fun. Compete in the “Brick Battle Zone,” where participants create, build and become part of the show. In the “DUPLO Building Area,” young children can build and explore using large blocks, while the “Construction Zone” encourages creativity in kids ages five and up. “LEGO Disney Princess” allows children to create their own fairytale with Disney-themed blocks. “LEGO Juniors,” the “Challenge Zone,” Nexo Knights, the world’s largest pile of LEGO bricks, and much more make this an event every member of the family will enjoy.
The I-X Center in Cleveland, OH, ranks as one of the top 10 convention centers in the world. A wide range of events--including the LEGO KidsFest and a 125-foot indoor Ferris wheel with a superb view of downtown Cleveland--make this a family-friendly facility where memories are made forever. The I-X Center is close to Cleveland’s Hopkins International Airport and easy to reach by public transportation or car and features secure, on-site gated parking. Check out the event schedule and get your tickets at StubHub.
LEGO KidsFest Trivia
The plural form of LEGO is LEGO (and yes, it should always be written in all CAPS). “LEGO bricks” is how you refer to more than one LEGO brick.
LEGO got started in 1934 in the workshop of Danish carpenter and toymaker, Ole Kirk Christiansen. The original LEGO bricks were made of wood. Plastic LEGO bricks were introduced in 1947.
LEGO bricks are “universal.” A LEGO brick made in 1958 would work with pieces made today. Every year, 19 billion LEGO pieces are produced in 53 different colors.
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