**Complimentary tickets received in exchange for our honest review. All opinions are ours and ours alone**
LEGO KidsFest brings all of the creative hands-on, minds-on fun of LEGO building and experiences together in one activity- and entertainment-packed family event for children of all ages and builders of all skills and interests.
We attended the festival in Austin on Friday and below are just a few of the fun things we found.
The kiddos loved walking among the LEGO models of all kinds. Some of their favorites included these guys:
The Mixels station was a lot of fun:
Both kids enjoyed battling it out at the Technic booth:
The Porsche exhibit was fun for both the big kids and little kids:
We got to build shields for the Nexo Knights and display them in the gallery:
D loved trying out the LEGO Dimensions game:
We all learned a lot from Master Builder Dan during our Master Builder class:
There was a super fun section called Race Ramps where you could build and race your own creations:
One of our favorite stops was building Star Wars Heroes and Villains characters:
Creation Nation is always fun! You get to build a creation and display it any where you want on the giant US map:
D put his "Wing Surfer" in Florida, while A put her guitar in Tennessee:
Another favorite was building a LEGO tile to display in the Art Gallery:
The kiddos also really enjoyed the rest of the fest including sections for the Big Brick Pile. LEGO Friends, Disney Princess, Super Heroes, Technic, Jurassic World and Mixels. There was also a LEGO store, a DK Store and plenty of sections for younger builders. There was so much to do at this festival, something for every single family member! If this festival is coming to your area, I would highly recommend checking it out!!
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