A world made of LEGO bricks will be on display at the LEGO Brickshow 2017 in San Leandro on weekends only from December 9 and running through January 7, 2018.
The exhibit will include interactive opportunities for kids and adults to build with LEGOs, control robots, and compete in LEGO-themed games with other visitors. The centerpiece is an enormous LEGO universe that you can oggle. The structures will impress most visitors. There is often a scavenger hunt for younger guests and thousands of loose LEGO bricks to build and play.
Plan your visit to LEGO Brickshow
Located on the 2nd floor of the Principled Academy, 2305 Washington Avenue, San Leandro, CA, with proceeds to benefit the upcoming 7th and 8th grade trip to Washington DC.
LEGO Brickshow is open weekends only Saturday 10am to 5pm and Sunday noon to 5pm, so catch it while you can!
Admission is $2 per person. Kids 2 and under are free. Cash only! More details are here.
[Photos: Bill Ward and Heather Flett]
2 thoughts on “LEGO Brickshow in San Leandro”
I appreciate that this is a fundraising event, but the advertising here is crushingly false. This particular “Brick Show” consists of a single assembled exhibit piece (a banquet table-mounted train/city scene) and a pile of bricks for free play on the floor, all situated in a small fluorescent-lit room, administered by a man hunched over a laptop in the corner. Come to support the fundraiser if you like, but expect literally nothing from the description or accompanying photos.
Hi Michael, I’m so sorry if this post seems overblown for what you experienced. These pictures were taken from brick-shows past. Thanks for the new info!