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We all know that summer means bug bites, Fourth of July, picnics and the chance to take a trip as a family. Take a trip is exactly what we did on Friday June 27 when we attended Lego KidsFest in Atlanta. Trust me when I say it was well worth the drive from where we live to Atlanta.
We arrived early and were one of the first people in line. Our youngest son who is in a wheelchair kept trying to roll his way towards the displays since all the kids were so excited to see what wonderful and new things that the creative minds at Lego were showing there.
The coolest thing was the HUGE Lego Batman. Batman towered at an amazing height as you can tell by the photo below
Batman wasn’t the character on display. No there were characters from Star Wars including Darth Maul, the Hulk and The Lord of the Rings. The coolest thing was that Emmet Brickowski and
Wyldstyle/Lucy from The Lego Movie were there and they graciously posed with kids for photos
Of course there were things for the girls to enjoy including Disney Princess Lego sets.
The staff at Lego KidsFest were wonderful as was the staff at the Cobb Galleria where Lego KidsFest was held. The entire area was very handicapped friendly with wide aisles and smooth floors.
My kids have already asked when are we going to visit the next Lego KidsFest! I’m not telling them so we can surprise them like we did this time.
Until next time…