Do you have a LEGO-mad child in the house? We have rounded up some fun places to go where kids can interact and play with LEGO of all shapes and sizes. Your child will love these amazing locations for LEGO play and, best of all, they are places where us parents don’t have to worry about standing on the pieces!
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Dedicated LEGO play spaces are a great way to entertain kids of all ages. We’ve rounded up some of the best places for brick play, as well as LEGO stores where you can pick up a must-have set, immersive theme parks and interactive LEGO Discovery Centres – all are a treat for LEGO fans!
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LEGO Play in Ireland
Bricks4Kidz Creativity Centre, Dublin
The Bricks4Kidz® Creativity Centre is a bright facility located in Omni Park Shopping Centre, Santry, Dublin 9 offering something different for children (and parents!).
It’s home to LEGO® themed holiday camps, birthday parties, school tours, after-school classes and workshops, and also offers a drop off service, called Drop & Play – drop your kids off for supervised creative LEGO play. They’ll take care of your children allowing you time to yourself!
The Playbarn Johnston, Kildare
The Playbarn Johnston in Naas, County Kildare has a giant lego play area in the play centre perfect for kids to try their hand at giant lego building.
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Byrne’s Books & Toys, Wexford
On Saturdays there are LEGO classes for children and parties can also be booked.
Loughwell Farm Park, Galway
At Loughwell Farm Park, there’s a special construction zone that comes kitted out with giant Lego blocks, where children get to have an endless amount of fun building their very own structures using the blocks of Lego.
Blackbeards Play Centre, Cork
At Perks Entertainment Centre in Youghal, Co. Cork, the Blackbeards Play Centre has king sized lego blocks for kids to play with.
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LEGO Play in the UK
You don’t have to be a lover of the small plastic bricks to have a good time here. In fact, even if you’ve trodden on them in bare feet more times than you care to remember, we think you’ll find something to love at LEGOLAND, with over 55 rides to choose from and plenty to see and do.
While the rides aren’t made out of billions of tiny bricks, pretty much everything else is, like the LEGO® Reef where you can design your very own cubed creatures to explore a digital landscape beneath the waves. You can even fill their fishy bellies with interactive buttons.
Then, of course, there’s Miniland which takes you on a tiny tour of the world. From Australia to Russia, leave no brick unturned. Car mad kids can even get their first “driving licence” in the LEGOLAND driving school.
LEGOLAND also have parks in USA, Denmark, Germany, California, Florida, Malaysia and Dubai.
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LEGOLAND Discovery Centre, Manchester and Birmingham
Step inside the LEGOLAND Discovery Centres in Manchester or Birmingham and you’ll feel as though you’ve just jumped into the world’s biggest box of LEGO bricks with over 2 million LEGO bricks under one roof. Complete with 4D Cinema, Miniland, Creative workshops and more!
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LEGO Store Leicester Square
According to the LEGO website, the LEGO Store at Leicester Square is the biggest store anywhere in the world, spanning two floors, and packing in 914 sq m of LEGO fun. It features a huge LEGO model of London’s famous clocktower, Big Ben, towering over the kids at 6.53 metres tall.
Another Leicester Square highlight is the Mosaic Maker. The Mosaic Maker offers fans of all ages the chance to get their very own, one-of-a-kind LEGO® mosaic portrait! Step into the photo booth-like machine… once it’s snapped a picture of you, you’ll be given printed instructions and the bricks you need to build your own LEGO® portrait.
Further LEGO Stores in the UK can be found at these locations
- London Stratford
- London Westfield
- Milton Keynes
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LEGO Play in Europe
LEGOLAND Theme Park, Denmark
LEGOLAND theme parks are a mix of action and excitement for the whole family. Dozens of exciting rides, LEGO themed attractions and shows, and plenty of fun events are ready and waiting!
Europe’s LEGOLAND theme parks can be found at:
- Windsor, UK
- Billund, Denmark
- Gunzberg, Germany
The LEGO Store, Denmark
Be warned, it is super busy usually but kids can play with LEGO in different parts of the store, get their picture taken with life sized LEGO models and, of course, buy some of the world famous toys!
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LEGO House, Denmark
It took four years to build the world’s most unique LEGO experience, and LEGO House is now destined to be a brand new creative destination for fans of all ages.
The 12,000 sq. m. LEGO House is filled with a whopping 25 million LEGO bricks! The building itself consists of 21 white bricks stacked on top of each other. The facade was then covered with tiles, giving the illusion that the whole building is made of LEGO bricks.
Located in Billund, Denmark, where the iconic LEGO brick was invented, LEGO House comprises different experience zones symbolising a special aspect of play and learning – creative, cognitive, social, and emotional skills.
In addition to various experience zones, there are three LEGO restaurants, a LEGO store, conference space, and the 2,000 sq. m. LEGO Square, a large gallery of LEGO creations built by fans and a large exhibition about the history of the LEGO brand – including 200 of the most iconic LEGO boxed sets. Outside, there is a sheltered public space and a number of interconnected outdoor terraces and playgrounds for visitors to explore and enjoy.
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LEGOLAND Discovery Centres, Germany, Turkey and Netherlands
A true LEGO playground, LEGOLAND Discovery Centres offer lots of fun and interactive experience for kids of all ages.
Check out the LEGO 4D cinema, interactive ride and, of course, the infamous Miniland attractions, which use millions of LEGO bricks to create a LEGO city for you to explore. Discover more LEGO fun in themed areas for LEGO City, LEGO Friends, LEGO Ninjago, amongst others.
Discover Centres can be found in the following locations:
- Berlin, Germany
- Oberhausen, Germany
- Istanbul, Turkey
- Scheveningen, Netherlands
LEGO Fun Factory, Mar, Portugal
With 600 sq. m. and free access, MAR Shopping Matosinhos LEGO Fun Factory opens the doors to the extraordinary world of LEGO, where children from 3 -10 years old can play and learn.
Open daily from 10am to 12pm, children can play for free for up to two hours.
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LEGO Play Locations Around the World
LEGOLAND Theme Parks
A pirate, explorer, fire fighter or whatever you aspire to be, LEGOLAND theme parks offer families the opportunity to let their imaginations run free and ‘have a go’ in the wonderful world of LEGO bricks.
Kid-powered rides, cool building challenges, a unique mix of interactive attractions, exhilarating coasters, shows that pull the audience into the action…and lots more!
Worldwide LEGOLAND theme parks can be found at:
- Dubai, UAE
- California, USA
- Florida, USA
- Nagoya, Japan
- Johor, Malaysia
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LEGOLAND Discovery Centres
Each of the LEGOLAND Discovery Centres is a chance to experience a whole world of LEGO fun. Check out the amazing Miniland creations showing local scenery and iconic landmarks from the Grand Canyon and the New York skyline to Sears Tower, the famous Philadelphia Art Museum steps and lots, lots more!
In addition to Miniland, you’ll also find LEGO 4D cinemas, creative workshops, interactive LEGO themed rides, LEGO themed play areas, LEGO racer tracks, DUPLO play areas for younger children, LEGO Friends play zones, and a chance to meet your favourite LEGO characters. There are also themed events on a regular basis, so it’s worth checking before you visit.
Discovery Centres can be found in the following locations:
USA and Canada
- Tempe, AZ
- San Jose, CA
- Atlanta, GA
- Chicago, IL
- Boston, MA
- Auburn Hills, MI
- Kansas City, MO
- Ridgewood, NJ (opening in 2020)
- Westchester, NY
- Columbus, OH
- Plymouth Meeting, PA
- Dallas/Fort Worth, TX
- San Antonia, TX
- Toronto, ON
- Shanghai, China
- Shenyang, China
- Beijing, China
- Tokyo, Japan
- Osaka, Japan
The BrickLab, New York
The BrickLab is an interactive learning centre that provides a colourful learning environment for boys and girls, primarily ages 3-14.
Kids can experience unlimited play in 2,400sq. ft. of LEGO fun at The BrickLab. For one admission, children can drop in and free play with thousands of LEGOs, build in the black light room, play the latest PlayStation 4 LEGO video games, build LEGO on the walls, and so much more!
The BrickLab features:
- DUPLO train diorama
- 20,000 Bricks Under the Sea (immersive blacklight building room)
- LEGO race tracks
- PlayStation 4 gaming area
- Themed LEGO tables
- Stop motion video animation area
- Free-build LEGO tables
- Parent lounge area with complimentary WiFi
Pop In & Play, Dubai and Abu Dhabi
Pop In & Play is a great place to treat your little ones to a fun few hours building with LEGO bricks while mums and dad relax, shop or stay and play. There’s LEGO Duplo and soft stuff for little ones, game stations for big kids, LEGO brick pits for free play, and so much more!
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Over to you now! Have we missed any amazing Lego Play spaces off our list? Tell us in the comments below and we will add them!