Lego Brickworld

I got a chance to attend the Lego Brickworld Exposition in Chicago Land with my friend Jill, her boys, a bunch of the boys' friends, and my son. The event was part of a birthday celebration for one of Jill's boys.

What is Lego Brickworld? Imagine a large convention center with over 60,000 square feet dedicated to Lego creations - some small, many big, all very creative and amazing. Here are some of my favorite photos from our visit.

Numerous street scenes
Somewhere in France

Gelateria

Trains galore
Yard Work

The Pacific Northwest

The Heartland

Medieval Scenes:
The King and Queen

Nordic Scene

Even an Amusement park with moving rides.
Ferris Wheel Ride
The ferris wheel not only went around and around, but it would occasionally pause with a car at the bottom, as if new passengers were coming aboard. Very clever!

The Haunted Mansion

The Smurfs were right at home.
A Perfect day, Right Smurfette?
I overheard the creator of this scene - the Smurf figurines were custom produced!

The Lego figurines lead such interesting lives!
Head Banging Time

Of course, the visit isn't complete without a group picture of the boys with Batman!
Posers

If you ever get the chance to attend one of these expositions, they are totally worth it - admission was a mere $10.

Here is the entire collection of photos, in a (flash) slide show:


Or, click on the link: Lego Brickworld Photos by Shirley LeMay

Clueless in Boston  – (June 23, 2015 at 1:20 PM)  

I think the only word to describe this post is: Awesome! (Can you tell I recently saw the Lego Movie).

Jennifer @ Running on Lentils  – (June 24, 2015 at 11:19 AM)  

So cool! I would love to see it. I love the trees.

Nicki  – (June 24, 2015 at 6:51 PM)  

I am always amazed at what people make with Legos. Super cool!

Anita Johnson  – (June 26, 2015 at 10:59 PM)  

I don't know who would have liked this better, me ,my kids, or my grandson. I have got to look for this next year. Great photos, I am sending the link to your post to my kids.

tinajo  – (June 27, 2015 at 8:34 AM)  

I bet that was fun, I love Lego! :-)

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