My son went straight to the Master Builder Academy, where he spent 45 minutes in a class to learn better building techniques. My son loves LEGO, so much in fact, that he wrote to the company two years ago to find out what he needed to study in order to work for LEGO.
My daughters were smitten with the LEGO Friends station, where they spent quite some time building with Emma and her other Friends.
They also all loved the giant LEGO creations. The kids could pose with a number of popular characters including Batman, The Hulk, Harry Potter, Hermoine, Jack Sparrow, Darth Vadar, Lightening McQueen, and many more. I must have taken 50 photos of the kids posing.
Other stations included the City area where you could build a little fire truck to take home, and the CHIMA arena, where you got to race the new Speedorz and bring one home home just for playing in the arena.
We're looking forward to the next time LEGO® KidsFest comes to town!
Portland Ticket Information:
SATURDAY SESSION 1 has LIMITED TICKET AVAILABILITY!
SATURDAY SESSION 2 has LIMITED TICKET AVAILABILITY!
SUNDAY SESSION 1 has LIMITED TICKET AVAILABILITY!
SUNDAY SESSION 2 has TICKETS AVAILABLE
Tickets are available for all remaining sessions. However, sessions will sell out. Purchase your tickets now to ensure admission to the session of your choice. No tickets are available at the door for any session listed as “Sold Out.”
Missed the Portland event? Check out the last LEGO KidsFest 2013 tour stop in Hartford, CT, (December 6–8).
I am proud to partner with US Family Guide and received tickets to LEGO KidsFest to post this to give my honest review and opinions of the event. All opinions are my own.
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