Visitors can walk through a life-sized Lego model museum, play with programmed Lego robots and snakes, spin their way to being a Spinjitzu, build fairytale structures using Lego Disney Princess bricks, design constructions for the Heartlake City friends and much more. Lego merchandise will also be available for purchase.
Five identical sessions will be offered during the three-day tour stop. Tickets for each session are $22.50 for adults and $19.50 for children and can be purchased online at legokidsfest.com. Due to the popularity of the event, purchasing tickets in advance is recommended.
Though Lego KidsFest has been on tour since 2009, this will mark the first time this three-acre Lego convention has stopped in St. Louis.
Editor's note: This year's LEGO KidsFest will visit Kansas City May 13-15, 2016. Read more.