Recap: Fun Family Night at the LEGO Creativity Tour in Columbus

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LEGO Creativity Tour Columbus Recap | MommyWifeLife

I received admission to the LEGO Creativity Tour in exchange for my review through U.S. Family Guide.

Over the weekend my family and I enjoyed some much needed time together outside the house at the LEGO Kid’s Fest at the Columbus Convention Center. This event is a part of the LEGO Creativity Tour that makes stops across the country, giving kids and their families a chance to create, build, and celebrate LEGOs®. Each session was three hours long, which was plenty of time to see the available stations in the exhibit hall; however, there was so much to do! There were many areas for kids to build a small set, show the event’s staff and receive free kits. (I did not expect to get freebies.)

LEGO Creativity Tour Columbus Recap | MommyWifeLife

My family especially enjoyed taking pics with the collection of statues made of LEGOs®. You could find everything from animals to princesses to superheroes taller than most adults. Other cool features of the event were the huge piles of LEGOs® for kids to build whatever they could imagine, a photo booth to capture the moment, plus a LEGO® Friends™ kit.

LEGO Creativity Tour Columbus Recap | MommyWifeLife

 

LEGO Creativity Tour Columbus Recap | MommyWifeLife

The activities in the room were divided by age, sometimes gender, which helped to keep the smaller children from getting trampled by bigger (excited) kids. The LEGO® Creativity Tour is fun for all ages and is a great way to spend quality time together.

LEGO Creativity Tour Columbus Recap | MommyWifeLife

Have you ever attended a LEGO event? What’s your favorite LEGO set?

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