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Friday, January 6, 2017

On The Road Friday ~ Brickmania, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Are you ready to build?
Today we are heading to the ultimate destination for the LEGO enthusiast!

Brickmania, Minneapolis, Minnesota


 Brickmania Toyworks is located in an warehouse on the Northeast side of Minneapolis. The warehouse has its own history. During WWII  it was a top secret Naval Facility that manufactured the 5 inch guns for the battleships.

Today inside you will find the world's largest K'nex ball machine, massive LEGO train displays and historic displays created by the Brickmania team.


 Looking at the wall, the LEGO'S  are organized by color and brick size!


 Let's Build
There are several tables full of LEGO'S. You can sit and build for as long as you like.


 Tropical Santa


 Peeking thru the Circus Tent


 LEGO Christmas Wreath


 Santa's Workshop


Toot! Toot!
All aboard the Christmas train.

Brickmania is a fun place to go for all ages. If you have a LEGO fan in your family, they will be blown away by all the designs. Our boys picked up a few new tricks to do with building with LEGO while looking at the displays.

Brickmania also has a store located in the Mall of America.

Thank you for coming along to Brickmania.
Have a great weekend!
 

18 comments:

  1. This is so fun! I love seeing all the displays and creations ! We've never been to an official Lego store but I think we need to check out the one in Boston soon! Thanks for sharing!

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  2. What a great place to visit! That is amazing and the kids would love to go there. Several of my grands requested Legos for Christmas and happily disappeared for hours. Have fun! xoDiana

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  3. I just bought a lego set for James, my grandson. He would be impressed by the display. Wow.
    Thanks for this.
    arm hugs, Julia

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  4. That place looks amazing!! I loved Santa's workshop the best!!

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  5. Our son was so into Lego's as a kid. He would have loved these stores back then. I love seeing what they build with them and I would actually like to go to Lego Land here in CA.

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  6. This looks like a fun place for kids and adults alike! Amazing what can be made with legos. Have lots of fun!

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  7. Isn't Lego amazing.
    This looks a real fun place to visit.

    All the best Jan

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  8. Wow! This is all awesome! The wreath may be my favorite, but it looks easier than the others. I will have to show your post to Anne Marie, she likes Legos. She will LOVE this!

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  9. I miss Legos....used to play for hours as a kid. My kids are too old for them now, but like Playdoh, I tell them, you're never too old for Legos! ;)

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  10. My son would think he was in heaven. I am guessing you can purchase LEGO there too.

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  11. It's amazing what you can build with Lego!

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  12. There were never Lego toys in our home when my brother and I were growing up, but our grandchikdren have a couple of sets and play with them for hours. It is amazing to see what plastic pieces and imagination can create.

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  13. My 6 year old granddaughter is so into Lego's. She would love this place.
    xoxo
    Kris

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  14. How fun!! I will have to see if my nephew is aware of either the NE Minneapolis or the Mall of America!
    If not, I am sure they will make a trip the next time they are back. He loves Lego's!!

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  15. My oldest daughter liked the duplo set that was pink for building a dream house. Both girls like legos but the worst thing in the world is stepping on a lego or Barbie shoe in the middle of the night. Ouch!

    My girls would have LOVED a place like Brickmania. I know y'all had fun!

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  16. I loved Tropical Santa best until you showed us Santa's workshop! How CUTE! My 'boys' still love to play with Legos! I think they still have a lot of the old ones they grew up with. They probably fall apart now! haha! Very fun place to visit! I think they have a Legoland here in FL,, too. Hugs, Diane

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  17. What a fun place to visit! I'm glad you had a nice time in the Twin Cities. :)

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  18. I can picture me dragging my boys out of there kicking and screaming! They would have never wanted to leave! The Christmas train is awesome.

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High Fives from Wisconsin!

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