Delighted LEGO® fans of all ages found 180,000 square feet of LEGO fun at the Kentucky Exposition Center during the weekend of April 5-7, 2013!
Some Show Highlights:
Climbing to the top of the Big Brick Pile.
Stephanie greets visitors to the LEGO Friends area...
...where attendees build Heartlake City on a heart-shaped table.
Relaxing with a DK Publishing LEGO book in the Reading Rest Stop.
LEGO Mike uses his brick scale to measure a tower in the Activity Area.
One of the strongest bridges ever assembled in the Activity Area's Bridge Building Contest withstood everything LEGO Mike put on it, including the Doomsday Box.
The unbreakable bridge then had to withstand the weight of Master Builder Steve as LEGO Mike handed him additional weights. With over 200 pounds of weight, the bridge finally gave way, sending brick (and Master Builder Steve) crashing down much to the delight of the enthusiastic audience.
Attendees gathered with fellow Chima tribe mates to send their SpeedOrz around, over and through obstacles.
Attendees report for duty and defend the galaxy against invading space bugs in the Galaxy Squad shooting gallery.
Visitors to LEGO City Undercover add their creations to the sprawling cityscape.
Nintendo provided an interactive experience in Louisville. Attendees could take on the role of Chase McCain and play the new LEGO City Undercover games for WiiU and 3DS.
Master Builder Steve discusses building techniques in the Master Builder Academy.
The Kentucky Science Center conducted impressed attendees with hands-on experiments.
In addition to their educational games, the Louisville Zoo brought animals attendees could pet.
A green creature perched atop a building in Creation Nation.
University of Louisville fans supported their team's championship run throughout Creation Nation.
A chopper flies over Creation Nation.
LEGO creations from coast to coast: the completed Creation Nation! Nice job Louisville!