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Lego Shop, London

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#241 of 3,736 in Things to do in London
The best place to shop for LEGO sets is at your local LEGO store, where you will find knowledgable Brick Specialists, building events and the largest LEGO selection anywhere!
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  • A two-storey shop where you can feel like a child and re-cast yourself to construct. In addition, it is nice to take a photo in the subway built with Lego, to stand at Big Benie, on the background of the subway map or against the background of a wall covered with Lego bricks depicting the London Eye, Westminster and the Thames. Prices higher than in PL on Allegro but you can acquire kits commemorating a visit to London. The store also offers the purchase of individual items in a small and large container option-to choose a colorful tile, which you can purchase as chocolate candies at M&M's World located on against the:). There is also naturally a booth where children can start something to build or continue the construction started. Worth a visit:)
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  • I couldn't see it this time as it was under repair. Maybe my opinion is very positive, because of the beauty I was able to contemplate several years ago.
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  • Always super busy but a good place to let the little ones play if they are Lego fans. The store have some impressive pieces like Big Ben or the tube carriage. Prices are no different than in any other you shop so don't expect to find the one you want cheaper. Staff is super helpful and caring from my experience.
  • What an amazing shop. The layout and decoration if the place is just superb. Plenty of things to take pictures of. As for the shop, it's the same as any other Lego shop, with the addition of a second floor which by my eye has the same sets for sale as the lower floor, but just gives a bit more room. Don't forget to check out the Lego Photo machine either! Pricey, but still cool. No queues to get in like before, but expect it to be busy.
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