Glendale is host to the only California stop on the Lego Americana Road Show – Los Angeles Times

The Lego Americana Roadshow returns to its only California stop this year — the Glendale Galleria — to bring its version of American cross-country sightseeing using scale monuments built entirely with Lego bricks.

The traveling Lego exhibit opens at various locations throughout the Galleria on Saturday, and it will run through May 29. The event is free and will display 10 large-scale Lego replicas of American landmarks such as the White House, Supreme Court and Washington Monument.

The Lego installations will also include free hands-on activities such as a Lego play area in the upper level of the mall. Six “brickscapes” in 2-by-3 plexiglass cases will showcase random Lego scenes using standard mini-figures.

According to Andrew Little, the Lego roadshow tour manager who traveled with the Lego monuments to Glendale, a “brickscape” model of a mall made to look like there is an exhibit inside it will be on display. There is also a planned space scene, Mt. Rushmore display and ski scene, where mini-figures are “building” a snowman.


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