BRICKLIVE is at Birmingham’s NEC till this Sunday 30th November, so if you are looking for something spooktacular to polish off half term this week. Then this is the place for you.
We have just got back from a full filled, Lego-tasic day. I've saw the Bricklive pop up before my my newsfeed and always wanted to go, so I was so happy when we got an invite to attend this year.
The show is amazing so much detail, in all the sets and some pretty cool stalls to browse.
We loved all the different coloured Lego pits which was dotted around the show, there was different colours where the kids could just sit in and build. It was pretty good to be able to sit and rest too after walking around. All the kids walking around bare foot in the Lego, had me slightly cringing though!
From the graffiti wall, to your very own Lego friends dancing lessons. There is a packed fun filled day of entertainment included.
Enjoy LEGO as an art form in the #BRICKLIVE Gallery sponsored by START, with extraordinary 3D sculptures of famous faces and mosaics never seen in the UK before designed to inspire any builder. These was amazing and they really do blow you away, they must of taken ages to build and construct.
Help build a massive pumpkin in the pumpkin patch,cant wait to see this finished.
BRICKLIVE Stage with special guests including professional LEGObuilders, gaming demonstrations. Raiden has now put Lego Worlds on his wishlist for Christmas too.
For the kids there is a Scooby Doo hunt where you have to find the letter stars which are placed around the arena to make up a word.
You also had the chance to collect and swap Lego cards to redeem for a special green arrow figure. We didn't manage to get them up as we struggled with Raiden and his autism waiting in some queues because it got rather busy. If we went back again, I would plan this a bit better. So we will be hitting the busier parts first to collect the cards we needed too.
We loved Birmingham city in this, check out the fantastic Bullring.