Just a few more hours, then we’re off. Planning has been completed and preparations are in full swing. On Friday the set-up begins and on Saturday from 10 a.m. the doors open to the public. I can’t wait and look forward to the event. Hopefully more visitors come this year than last, when there were still Corona editions and many preferred not to visit.
It’s worth a visit. There will again be fantastic scenes from Star Wars, LEGO Classic Space, LEGO City Railroad, Knights, Romans, and sculptured artwork – for all ages and tastes. Buildings made of a total of around 1.5 million coloured bricks invite you to be amazed.
During the exhibition, several episodes of the show “King of Bricks” will be produced, which will be shown on the Mainz local station OK-TV and on YouTube. Visitors to the exhibition can experience live how a television programme is created.
In the hands-on zone, construction tables with around 12,000 bricks are available to play and build for the small and board games made of LEGO for the “big children.” Controlling a LEGO track is just as much a part of the program as an entertaining search game where you can win a great prize.
The Förderverein Theater Rüsselsheim e.V. will provide you with coffee and cake on both exhibition days.
So let’s go and be amazed. I look forward to interesting conversations and discussions.
See you at the weekend