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Do you have a Lego fan in your life? Have you heard of or attended Brick Fest yet? My family attended this past weekend in Pittsburgh, PA thanks to US Family Fun Guide!
Enjoy an amazing LEGO world where you can marvel at giant creations and even build some of your own.
The Brick Fest Live LEGO Fan Experience provides a venue for LEGO lovers of all sizes to celebrate, build new creations, and see some truly mind-blowing LEGO sculptures to help set the imagination free.
The Brick Show Experience:
Meet popular YouTube LEGO show hosts from The Brick Show and be featured on in an upcoming video.
Brick Fest Derby:
Build and race your custom built LEGO derby car down one of our 35-foot long timed tracks!
Collaborative Building Activities:
Contribute to large-scale mystery floor mosaic.
Add to existing LEGO cities and make them your own by building custom creations.
Video Game Arena:
Have a favorite LEGO video game? Come challenge your family or make new friends in the Brick Fest Gaming Arena playing your favorite LEGO title head to head.
A miniature golf course built to inspire! Take your game to the next level on the Brick-Links.
Brick Fest Theater Trivia & Entertainment:
Participate in LEGO trivia all while taking a break from what will be an overwhelming amount of awesome!
Using a colorful variety of LEGO bricks, build a piece of art to proudly display for other attendees.
Find new, vintage, rare, and custom LEGO sets and merchandise from one of the many merchants in attendance.
My families views of the Brick Fest Live:
Wow, where do I even start? There was so much to see and do at Brick Fest. My nieces and their parents attended this event. There was something to see and do for someone of all ages. Let's face it, we all love Legos!
One of the coolest things ever is the glow in the dark Legos! I don't know what it is but everything seems so much cooler if it glows in the dark. There are legos in a big bin where everyone can just dig in and create their own creations. They also had a display where you can see creations made by other people that glow.
The above pictures are some of the creations that were on display. I think my favorites are the Pittsburgh sign, Tony Stark garage (if you are an Iron Man movie fan you'll recognize it), and the Back to the Future scene.
Can you believe these beautiful pictures are created with only Legos? Oh my gosh! I can't imagine how much time and how many legos it took to create these.
The highlight of the day was being able to create your own car and then drive it around the track using a smartphone. How cool is that? Both of the girls and their dad had fun with this. Here is a video of their cars in action: