So Many Ways To Play
Join us during any of our conveniently planned drop-in hours throughout the week. Your admission provides daily access to our Massive Pile of Lego to build and create anything imaginable. Admission starts at just $6 / day!
Experience the most Brick Barn has to offer! A private session with a Lego Creative Expert for 1 to 3 guests! Adults may join in for FREE or relax in our comfortable lounge. Starting at just $10 / session!
Party At The Brick Barn
Want to celebrate your special occasion Lego Style? Consider booking your party at the Brick Barn! You will get exclusive access to all the Ready To Build sets and our Massive Pile for 3 hours. Enhance your party with a selection of optional upgrades. Party for just $50!
Bringing 4 or more players with you? Enjoy special group rates if you book ahead. 1, 2 and 3 hour time slots are available every day of the week. You will get exclusive access to our Massive Pile of Lego. Our space can accommodate up to 12 kids and/or 8 adults.
Stay Up To Date
If you are planning a future visit to the Brick Barn please be advised it is now very important that you check our new Hours Page beforehand. For my preparation to re-entering the job market, the Brick Barn hours are becoming much less flexible, and depending on work shifts, subject to change from week to Read more about New Hours Page[…]
Today a Stormtrooper oversaw the creation of a number of Star Wars themed worlds. First we had the bridge of a Star Destroyer including an elevated walkway between two pits of computer terminals. Rebel soldiers have infiltrated the bridge and are trying to save the prisoner. With Darth Vader there I doubt they Read more about Aren’t You A Little Short For A Stormtrooper?[…]
The first major change at the Brick Barn comes sooner than I anticipated. To coincide with changes in my POS contract, I have decided I will no longer be accepting debit cards. To maintain the POS terminal at the shop was over $400 annually so with the upcoming shortening of our hours and streamlining of Read more about Change… Bring Change[…]
Some guests love to create. Others love to build sets. Some like to grab something cool and play with it. Another category is Lego dioramas. For example, our guest saw the Rogue One Tie Striker model another guest had build recently and said, “I’m going to recreate the battle of Scarif!” So we worked Read more about Dioramas R Us[…]
We’ve had some wonderful creativity so far in March. I was going to announce a Minecraft March Madness earlier, but the sets only just arrived this week. So I think it will be Multiple Minecraft Months instead. For March and April all our Minecraft sets are free to build during Drop In. I am also Read more about Ahoy! Creative Building Ahead[…]
Olivia was sitting at her work bench pondering her schematics for robot assembly when there was a knock at the door. Finally, her box of robot parts had arrived. She ripped open the box excitedly. In the box there was everything she needed to create three awesome little robots. The kit even came Read more about Great Lego Sets and a Story[…]
So I don’t build a lot of Technic Sets. Not because of the intricate building, but just that I’m not that interested in mechanical stuff… however – as I do own a Lego Shop it seemed like a prudent idea to acquire Lego’s largest Technic Set Ever! So I purchased 42055 Bucket Wheel Excavator. 3927 Read more about Big Technic Lego Brains[…]
The year’s shortest month zipped past pretty quickly! While most people were focused on winning the Batman Contest we still had a few creative souls daring to tame the Massive Pile (click on the picture for a larger version). There were a few cool scenes constructed including: As well as a history Read more about February Wrap Up[…]