LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - Legos of all shapes and sizes invaded the Tippecanoe County Fairgrounds on Saturday.
It was the first ever "Brickworld" event, an event where local Lego enthusiasts can showcase their work.
Everything from art, to architecture, to robotics was featured in the nearly 10,000 square foot display area.
Kids were also able to play with several interactive robotics, and take part in a free build table.
"Brickworld" Executive Director Bryan Bonahoom said it's fun for people of all ages.
"Come ready to spend a couple of hours here, because it might sound like a little event, but it will take you a long time to get through when you start looking at all the details," said Bonahoom. "It's a lot of fun stuff buried in these displays to go and find," said Bonahoom.
Full Lego sets, as well as mini figures, were available to buy in the Lego store. Organizers said the event was a success, and they will be back next year.
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