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Does your child love Legos? Then you won’t want to miss this one-of-a-kind Lego experience coming to Corona in April.

On Saturday, April 7, and Sunday, April 8, the Brick Fest Live LEGO® Fan Experience will fill the New York Hall of Science (located at 47-01 111th St.) with hands-on attractions and activities that are built to inspire, educate and entertain children of all ages with everyone’s favorite construction toy — Legos.

From 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day, kids can play, build and stimulate their imaginations. Attractions include a collaborative building project where kids can contribute to a Guinness World Record-sized mystery floor mosaic, a gallery of glowing Legos that you can explore and an architecture zone where you can build your own creation.

Kids can also make their own mosaics, build their own creation from the huge Lego Sandbox and build and race their own car in the DIY Race Car Derby.

Tickets will be available on Eventbrite on March 12. Tickets cost $13 for children and $16 for adults. VIP Packages are available for $29 per child and $32 per adult. Children 2-years-old and under can attend the event for free.

Early Bird Special tickets are currently available on the Brick Fest Live website. For more information, visit brickfestlive.com.

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