Creativity on Display – LEGO® Americana Roadshow

Creativity on Display - LEGO® Americana Roadshow
 Our family went to see an incredible display of our Nation’s landmarks at the LEGO® Americana Roadshow at the Kenwood Towne Center in Cincinnati.

We LOVE to admire the creativity on display by LEGO Master builders. We’ve enjoyed LEGO Kidsfest and  LEGOland in Orlando in the past and always welcome any new opportunity to see a display.

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If you look really closely, you will see the a mini statue of Abraham Lincoln inside in the image above.
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LEGO® Washington Monument
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LEGO® Capital Building
Here are a few tips for when you visit the display.
1. Grab a map to locate all of the displays
LEGO® Americana Roadshow
2. Take a few moments to observe all of the detail
LEGO® Brickscape
LEGO® Brickscape
I love all the playfulness in the “Brickscapes.” My boys enjoyed finding a variety of characters in the display.
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3. Read the stats
LEGO® Jefferson Memorial
LEGO® White House stats
4. Enjoy the play area
LEGO® Americana Roadshow Play Area
5. Show off your creativity in the display case
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The LEGO® Americana Roadshow: Building Across America is a travelling display of large scale LEGO models replicating some of our nation’s most well known landmarks.
LEGO Liberty Bell
Models include: US Capitol Building, The White House, Supreme Court, Washington Monument, Jefferson Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, Statue of Liberty, Independence Hall, Old North Church

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Mall Locations:

  • Kenwood Town Center, Cincinnati, OH:  July 3-19
  • Riverchase Galleria, Hoover, AL:  August 20 – September 7
  • Northpoint Mall, Alpharetta, GA:  September 17 – October 4
  • Christiana Mall, Newark, DE:  October 15 – November 1

*dates subject to change

You can find out more from the LEGO® website.

1 thought on “Creativity on Display – LEGO® Americana Roadshow”

  1. As a teacher, I would love to have a picture of each Washington monument you built and the information Lego attached to each display. My class and the rest of the students in my school would learn and enjoy seeing a bulletin board with the pictures and the information.

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