Even Lego Neighborhoods Get Jazzed Up for the Holidays

legoclose1smLove driving around looking at the holiday lights, then try walking around a Lego version of the Bay Area, complete with holiday decorations. It’s a Lego lovers ideal way to see holiday lights.

The Museum of American Heritage in Palo Alto has brought back it’s popular Living Lego-cy display. The Lego display is open to the public Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays through Jan. 13 from 11 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Sponsored by the The Museum of American Heritage, the Bay Area LEGO® User Group,  and Bay Area LEGO Train Club, members will be on hand during the weekends to answer questions about the display or Lego in general.

Get inspired by the unique Lego creations, then go home and design something fun with the tons on new Lego bricks that likely arrived home during the holidays.

Museum admission in free for members or $2 per person for nonmembers. There’s a park across the street, making it a great place to run around before or after admiring the displays.

Photo courtesy of the Museum of American Heritage

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