Columbus was the last stop on the 2015 Lego Creativity tour but the fun doesn’t have to end. They are gearing up for an amazing 2016 season with a variety of new locations. We are super pumped that were able to attend the Columbus show because they are not heading back to Ohio at all in 2016.
So the number one question we were asked by our local friends was… Is it worth it?
The answer from all of us is a resounding YES!
The Lego Creativity tour was amazing. The three hour window was more than enough to do see and do all of the activities at least once and even a few of them more than once. Each of my kids were able to find an area that was appropriate and interesting for their ages. Of course, Ezra enjoyed the Duplo building area but he couldn’t get enough of the car racing stations either. He loved watching his cars spin to the bottom and crash.
Lu has never really shown an interest in Legos before but as soon as she saw the Friends area she was making out her Christmas wish list. She also enjoyed building in the Lego Garden area. We went back there a few times so that she could build more flowers and palm tree.
Now my eldest, the self proclaimed Lego king of our house was like a kid in a candy store with unlimited money. Initially he flew through all the exhibits like the Tasmanian devil but eventually found his groove in the build and race cars area. He also enjoyed the activity where they gave you one minute and a topic and you had to build something. We built a banana, a tower and some kind of house. Here is his “showcased” car in one of the locked display cases.
My husband and I were particularly fond of all the Lego statues. Having built our fair share of Lego creations, we are mesmerized by the amount of effort and time it must take to build these life size structures. Here are Lu and Ez getting ready for the holidays. (This picture is slightly better than the actual Santa photos I got.)
Check out all the dates for 2016 and see if you can join all the action! You won’t want to miss this exciting event!