Brickspace in Benicia is for LEGO lovers - 510 Families
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Brickspace in Benicia is for LEGO lovers

We are LEGO lovers in my house. I haven’t yet visited this sprawling LEGO learning center in Benicia but I think my sons would go crazy for it, and I have my eye on the next day school is closed.

Brickspace Benicia Beginning Builders Club ( Ages 3+ and potty trained)
Brickspace Benicia Beginning Builders Club ( Ages 3+ and potty trained)

Brickspace offers drop-in play (where you can leave the building!) most days, parents night out monthly, little kid classes, birthday parties, and camps! Preschooler enrichment programs in non-LEGO science topics are offered for children age 2.5 and up.

Founder, Fary Koh, wanted to create a fun, engaging place for children to explore science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) concepts to through LEGO bricks and Robotics. {Girl Scout and Boy Scout badges are available for certain workshops}

I fantasize about putting the kibosh on buying new sets and check out the bright, clean building center filled with tons of loose LEGO bricks for unstructured model building. Speaking of sets, they also have Ninjago, Hero Factory, Star Wars, Technics, Bionicle and DUPLO Legoville sets. Hooray for playing and learning at the same time. For children who need a little more than just an enormous pile of bricks, instructions and challenges are offered.

Where is Brickspace
946 Tyler Street, Suite H
Benicia, Ca 94510
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Brickspace Benicia has classes for children 2.5 and up

Hours and pricing
Drop-in play is typically Mon through Fri 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, but I suggest you check the website for any conflicting camps or parties before you go.

$10 the first hour and $5 each additional hour.

If you’re already a fan, tell me everything!

Photos: Brickspace Benicia


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5 thoughts on “Brickspace in Benicia is for LEGO lovers”

  1. I’m also interested in reviews! There is another spot in Mill Valley (I think) I’ve heard of but not visited, run by an organization that does many summer camps.

  2. This place is A-Ma-zing!! Miss Fary is a rockstar! She has created a fun place that is super educational, and the kids DIG it! She goes above and beyond just Lego bricks. She uses her educator background to spin Legos into lessons about just about everything – math, science, engineering, culture, architecture, friendship, and the list goes on and on. I love that she uses Legos as the basis for so much more!
    My kids have attended her summer camps, birthday parties, and parent night out events and they always have a blast! The teachers are very engaging and Miss Fary treats every kid is if they are her own. I HIGHLY recommend Brickspace to anyone, anywhere. Your kids will have a wonderful time and they will learn a lot, too! (shhh, don’t tell them that part)

  3. I’ve been bringing my son to Brickspace for almost 3 years now (started when he was 3, he will be 6 this month) – He LOVES it there! Fary is amazing with the kids. She really cares about each and every child and creates a curriculum for every age group that incorporates learning and fun as well as engineering and math concepts. The teachers who work there are super nurturing and very friendly. They have preschool and kinder classes and fun themed summer camps. Drop in play is great if you have errands to run. Prices are very fair and affordable. Highly recommend!

  4. My daughters (2.5,4&6)love Brickspace! Ms. Fary has a special place in our heart-she truly cares about connecting and knowing each child. We have attended her preschool (amazing lessons!!), summer camps (Sooo fun and educational too) & after school programs. I love that my girls experience building, learn engineering and science concepts and teamwork skills through her curriculum. They have so much fun at the same time! We feel so lucky to know her and attend Brickspace!

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