On Friday, the boys and I decided to take a two-hour drive to go to LegoKidsFest Richmond. I had seen bloggers discussing the event in other states and it looked like it was something that my boys would really enjoy. Like most boys, they love playing with Legos and when they saw the Spiderman Lego from the website, they were looking forward to attending this event.
Arriving at LegoKidsFest
When we first arrived at LegoKidsFest, it was everything that you could possibly imagine and so much more. There were Lego characters, hands on places, a bounce house, Lego Robots, games, and more. The boys just had their heads going everywhere because there were just so many people and there were numerous things to do, we did not know where to start.
What We Did
The first thing we did was check out some of the Lego characters. It is cool that people are paid to build these. It has to be the best job ever, right. After that, we checked out some of the stations and tried to build some Lego characters ourselves. They even had a racecar game so we had to go there and see what that was all about. Then, there was the bounce house, which allowed them to have a little fun racing through that.
Highlights of LegoKidsFest
While there we signed up for the Lego Club, which means the boys will receive a magazine each month full of Lego news. There was also a Lego robot, which looked cool. All of the boys were able to try it and that was something that was very enjoyable for them. Maybe Santa will decide to purchase one for them to wake up to on Christmas morning. In addition, they tried to build their own cars, which turned out pretty cool.
If the LegoKidsFest comes to a town near you consider going to the event. Your kids are going to have fun and you as an adult are going to enjoy yourself too. There is just so much for you to do and see; you probably will not be able to cover everything in one day. One thing that is for sure though is it is going to be an amazing experience.
Disclaimer: Giveaways 4 Mom received four complementary tickets to LegoKidsFest in Richmond in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are 100% her own.