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Great, but expensive (as are all Legos)

This has an area for kids to build with legos for free, which is fantastic. The store layout is... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Working taking a look at!

We were very impressed with the items built by Legos. The staff was friendly and willing to help... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
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Six thousand square feet of Lego models in the Mall of America.
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164 S Avenue, Mall of America, Bloomington, MN 55425-5525
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Reviewed yesterday

This has an area for kids to build with legos for free, which is fantastic. The store layout is great, as are the displays. Legos are just so dang expensive I would never buy anything new. I buy my Legos at Goodwill, so I still...More

Thank Armenius919
Reviewed 5 days ago

We were very impressed with the items built by Legos. The staff was friendly and willing to help. We were mainly there just to look around though. If you're looking for Legos, this is definitely the place to go.

Thank Loenuf
Reviewed 6 days ago

My husband, our grandson, age 5, granddaughter, age 9, and I visited the Mall of America as part of a cross-country trip. The Lego Imagination Center is so much more than a store! There were tables and tables of Legos outside the store, for kids...More

Thank valerievG8196UG
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

The only sad thing is that this is the only Lego store in the area. However it is worth a trip to the Mall of America to go to this store. I wouldn't call it a tourist destination, but if you are in the Mall...More

Thank Annabel K
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

what an amazing shop and play area. you can play with the bricks and then go purchase them if you wish. a fabulous place to sit and relax while the kids and grandparents play!!!

Thank hollytp1963
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

So the store and large LEGO creatures are amazing!!! The little kids play center at the front is dirty and overcrowded. It’s also not supervised by staff, which it should be. People are eating, the LEGO is dirty and it screams “let your kid come...More

Thank NaderProperties
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Took my kids here. nothing like it if you like legos. they can find any lego they have needed or been looking for.

1  Thank Scott P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I've been to several Lego stores and this was not my favorite. It's always cool to see large Lego sculptures and the Lego sets assembled, but I just wished this place would have had a replica of the Twin Cities or the MOA. Definitely worth...More

Thank katpilch
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

You can easily spend hours in here. There are legos to play with, sets you would never imagine, small items that are very affordable all the way up to huge kits for major collectors. Adults have as much time as the little ones in this...More

Thank Michelle C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Fun to go see all the new ideas in Legos. The kids like to play here too. Should come back sometime.

Thank Douglas R
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Amanda M
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Response from duluthharold | Reviewed this property |
I would think an hour would be sufficient if you have a normal kid. If not, two hours should be enough.
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31 May 2015|
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Yes! They have a huge wall of individual assorted pieces right behind the registers. You can pick and choose what pieces...and how many...you want. I've also seen where you can assemble your own figures from various... More