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Amazing Sights To Be Seen At The LEGO® Americana Roadshow In Cincinnati At Kenwood Towne Centre From July 4-19th #LEGOAmericana

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Amazing Sights to be Seen at The LEGO® Americana Roadshow in Cincinnati.  Be sure to head to Kenwood Towne Centre through July 19th to see some of the biggest and most spectacular LEGO® construction ever created.

LEGO® Americana Tour

Today, we had the chance to visit and see all of the amazing builds at the LEGO® Americana Tour happening right here in my wonderful city.

LEGO Americana Road Show

We had the chance to visit all nine (9) constructed models throughout the mall.  My personal favorite was the massive display of our nations Capitol Building.  It was so large, I could barely fit all of it in one photo.

Capitol Building Lego Americana Roadshow

Throughout the mall you can visit national key landmarks that the LEGO® Master Builders spent thousands of hours building for this fun tour.  Each stop gives you detailed information on each piece, including the number of builders and hours required to finish it.  The Capitol building display is the only display that doesn’t tell you how many LEGO® pieces there are.  You can enter their fun contest and guess how many pieces there are.  The Capitol Building is really true-to-form and has such intricate detail down to the intricate Statue of Freedom at the very tip-top of the dome. It took 8 LEGO® Master Builders over 17,000 hours to construct the Capitol Building LEGO® display.LEGO Capitol Building

Here is a cool collage of some of the fun displays and builds that we saw during our day at the LEGO® Americana Tour


You can visit all 9 displays at the LEGO® Americana Roadshow including:

  • Supreme Court Building
  • The White House
  • The Liberty Bell
  • The Lincoln Memorial
  • Washington Monument
  • Jefferson Memorial
  • Independence Hall
  • Old North Church
  • U.S. Capitol Building

LEGO® Americana Tour

If you are visiting Kenwood Towne Center on Sunday, July 12th, be sure to take advantage of the free Build & Take event where you can get the supplies to construct your on mini model of the Washington Monument.

Lego Build and Take

LEGO® Americana Tour Build and Take Monument

After touring all of the displays in the mall and filling out your fun information sheet (found at each display), you can take it to the LEGO® store and trade it in for an exclusive LEGO® Americana Roadshow poster. Then head over to the LEGO® Kids Play Area just outside the food court and let the kids have fun some fun building and playing.

LEGO® Americana Tour Kids Play Area

Here are a few more of my personal favorite displays including the Statue of Liberty, Washington Monument (it stands 15 feet tall) and the Liberty Bell. Be sure to check out my Instagram Page and see all of the displays and fun facts including the hours it took to build each model.Statue of Liberty

Washington Monument

Liberty Bell

If you’re not in the Greater Cincinnati area, be sure to check the tour locator and see where there next stop might be and if they will be in a town near you.  Comment below and tell me your thoughts and what you are most excited to see at The LEGO Americana Tour.

Kenwood Towne Center is located at:
7875 Montgomery Rd.
Cincinnati, Ohio 45236

Mall Hours are:
Monday – Saturday: 10 AM-9 PM
Sunday: 12 PM -6 PM

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31 thoughts on “Amazing Sights To Be Seen At The LEGO® Americana Roadshow In Cincinnati At Kenwood Towne Centre From July 4-19th #LEGOAmericana

  • Do you happen have a copy or picture of the directions & pieces needed for the Washington Monument? It would be great to build the miniature. We got to build the White House & can you directions for that.

  • Oh my son would die he loves Lego stuff

  • This would be an amazing place to see! All my kids would enjoy this too because who hasn’t played with legos! 😉 but of course my youngest son would just be super excited. I would love to take them here one day, thanks for the vacation ideas 🙂

  • This is SO awesome! I would love to see it and so would my son.

  • its amazing what can be made using legos.i love the statue of liberty and the liberty bell.very creative

  • I wish I could take my kids to things like this I always buy the big lego sets for them and we put them together it is fun

  • This looks like a great place to take the grandkids. Thank you for the information.

  • This looks like so much fun! My grandchildren love Legos!

  • I am just so amazed at the creativity and designs that are created with Legos. All of these are super cool 🙂

  • Every time I see this page, I’m amazed. It almost makes me want to get some Legos.

  • America is a horrible place.

  • I’m always amazed by all the things you can make with Lego’s.

  • Amazing~! How cool is that. We are big fans of Lego’s and have had family friendly competitions over the years, of course nothing no where near as talented or fabulous as any of these. Wish we lived close enough to visit.

  • Oh, the kiddos would love to check this out!

  • I wonder how and when this whole Lego show started. Do the offer a scholarship or anything for the best ideas?

  • I would go and see this if it came to my area. Just because it’s so cool. If this goes through, I’m getting error 500. Internal server error. It said to contact owner and let them know.

  • I wonder how they got started. I think this is so cool.Very artistic!

  • I am bummed it’s not coming to Phila. It is coming to Delaware, but it’s a litttle far.

  • Oh, I just now saw that it took eight people, 17 hours to make one structure. You really would have to work closely as a team. They did a great job!

  • I wonder how many individual lego pieces are used for each work. That can be quite expensive and take up alot of storage space.

  • How fun! Can you imagine havng that job?!?!?!

  • I’m amazed every time I look at the photos. I’d love to see this in person some day.

  • I wonder how they transport these. It can’t be easy.

  • I’ve never been to one of those shows. The kids have to be proud of the things they create with legos.

  • my grandkids would totally enjoy this

  • It’s amazing the hours spent planning and making these. It blows me away that children made the Lego artwork.

  • This would be a fun place to take the kids to. AWESOME!!

  • This would be so cool to see. Thank you for the information.,

  • Legos are so cool. People really are creative and come up with artwork.I can’t imagine the time and planning that goes into each thing made.

  • My grandson had a couple sets of Legos but never made anything like these. Takes a certain skill to make Legos into the White House or anything so difficult. Great work kids and know your parents are so proud.

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