Lego Brickation now in Myrtle Beach, SC! {giveaway}

It’s the summer of Legos! Ever since I was a child, Legos have been one of my favorite toys and I still feel that way. I love creating sets using the directions or my imagination. It’s all good. As my boys get older, I know we will have a blast with these colorful little blocks. We have already entered the age of Duplos and have had a chance to play at some public Lego events. This week, I have another fun event to tell you about!

Legos are being celebrated in Myrtle Beach, SC during Lego Brickation. This event, located in only 4 cities across the United States is a fun and free way to entertain the kiddos while you are on vacation! Bring your kids out for some building fun anytime between now and July 17th, 2012. Lego Brickation is located at Broadway at the Beach 1112 Celebrity Circle, Myrtle Beach, SC.

Kids can check out a Myrtle Beach Mosaic out of LEGOS as well as live size models and a cityscape. They’ll also offer games, a variety of fun challenges and exciting photo opportunities. –

Win a Lego Prize pack!

If you don’t make it down to Myrtle Beach, you can still have some Lego fun. One Lil-Kid-Things reader will win a prize pack from Lego Brickation! To enter, leave a comment telling me one thing you are looking forward to this summer!

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Lego Brickation. All opinions are my own. My favorite Lego set was the Pirate ship. Entries will be accepted until Monday, June 18, 2012 at 11:59pm EST. US entries only. Good luck and happy building!


  1. Elizabeth Groves says

    I’m looking forward to playing with my kids and heading to the pool as much as possible!

  2. Nancy says

    I always look forward to buying, cooking with, and eating the delicious and inexpensive summer produce!

  3. Nancy Muddell says

    I am looking forward to having my 3 small grandchildren join us in MB for a week. They are big Lego f
    ans (just went to Legoland Fl).

  4. Tanya says

    Just looking forward to spending time as a family & not rushing around with school, sports, and Awana and cub scouts. This school year flew by.

  5. says

    I’m looking forward to actually going to Myrtle Beach this summer, but it looks like we will be a week too late for the Lego display there in July :(