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Event: LEGO Kidsfest

By Martin Brennan · March 19th, 2012 · CityBeat Recommends
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LEGO’s KidsFest comes to Cincinnati, bringing all the creative hands-on fun of LEGO building and experiences together in one jam-packed activity suitable for kids of all ages, as well as builders of all experience levels. Hosted by the Duke Energy Center and Hyatt Regency Hotel, the event will be packed with LEGO-based activities for everyone.

Walk amongst miniature and life-sized models constructed entirely of LEGO bricks, enroll in the LEGO Master Builder Academy and learn the fundamentals of art, design and engineering or simply sit down and build your own creations in one of the many LEGO building zones. Through Sunday. Duke Energy Center. 525 Elm St., Downtown. Visit legokidsfest.com/Cincinnati/ for event times and to buy tickets.

 
 
 
 

 

 
03.29.2012 at 12:22 Reply

This show was terrible.  It was over-priced and there was little to no variety in the activities.  The gallery of pre-built objects was cool, but the excitement for that lasted 10 minutes.  My kids, who love LEGO at home and play every day, were asking to leave within the first hour we were there.  I feel like we paid $70 for my kids to do exactly what they do at home, but in a noisier and more chaotic place.  I would not recommend it to anyone.

 

 
 
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