Qatar's LEGO Shows Amaze Visitors of Every Age

Qatar's LEGO Shows Amaze Visitors of Every Age By Sruthi Nair - April 15, 2024
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LEGO Show Qatar

LEGO Shows in Qatar have captivated the hearts of both young and young-at-heart individuals, transforming the event into a vibrant playground where play, learning, and immersive LEGO experiences seamlessly merge.

Since its launch on April 10, thousands of families and LEGO enthusiasts have thronged to the event, participating in build challenges and enjoying a wide array of activities. Running until April 25 at the Qatar National Convention Centre, Hall 8 and 9, from 1pm to 11pm, the event boasts a diverse range of attractions to keep visitors entertained.

Among the millions of LEGO bricks on exhibit, attendees can marvel at over 50 brick-built sculptures, tackle obstacle courses, and dive into popular LEGO console games.

The venue map delineates 24 zones and activities catering to various interests, including food and beverage options, Build and Bounce Kingdom, Shopping, Mini Figurines, Games, Art Comics, Brick Golf, Star Wars, Duplo, Build Zone, Carnival, Fans Zone, Disney, Friends, Shadow Runner, Ninjago, Mosaic, Vehicle + Live Build, Build a City, Run and Build, Cinema, City, and a Race Track.

In addition to the interactive exhibits, visitors can relish screenings of beloved LEGO movies such as Lego Batman, Lego Movie, and Lego Ninjago. Qatar Tourism has invited participants to embark on the ultimate LEGO adventure, igniting creativity and offering a memorable day out for the entire family.

“Join us for the ultimate LEGO adventure and ignite your creativity. The LEGO Shows are more than just bricks; they promise a fantastic day out for the whole family. Explore myriad ways to breathe life into your imagination, test your skills, create memories, and have a blast.” For attendees like Cassandra, LEGO Shows provide a unique opportunity to connect with fellow LEGO enthusiasts. Regardless of age, the sheer joy of building and creating with LEGO bricks fosters camaraderie and nostalgia.

Cassandra expressed her excitement for the event, emphasizing the timeless allure of LEGO and the thrill of experiencing such shows in Qatar.

“I’m 35 years old now and still find joy in playing with LEGO. The ability to take a small brick and transform it into a magnificent structure like a building or a house continues to astonish me. Moreover, having these shows in Qatar for the first time adds to the excitement – I hope they become an annual tradition.”

Similarly, Usman from Syria reflected on his five-year-old son Jayden’s passion for LEGO and the sense of community fostered by the event. Watching Jayden interact with fellow enthusiasts reaffirms the universal appeal of LEGO and the happiness it brings to children and adults alike.

“Jayden, who has been enamored with LEGO since he was three years old, has built an array of LEGO structures. Seeing him now mingle with other kids who share the same interest is heartwarming. When we learned about this event, we immediately purchased tickets.”

Tickets for LEGO Shows are priced at QR125 for a one-day pass, with discounted rates available for children and adults. A limited number of family packages, priced at QR500 for two adults and three children or three adults and two children, are available, along with a limited number of VIP passes priced at QR350 per person, offering perks such as free valet parking, access to the VIP hospitality lounge, and fast-track entry.


Source: The Peninsula

By Sruthi Nair - April 15, 2024
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