The Family and I took a ride to Des Moines, Iowa to marvel the LEGO Creativity Tour. We had more fun than we could stand. There was excitement from the mome we walked in the door. There was an opportunity to have fun for all four of my children. My son who is twelve is a video game enthusiast. I do my best to try to get him out of the t.v screen and back to reality. He graced us with his presence by climbing the rock wall, and taking photos with characters. However he was not going to pass up the opportunity to check out the game on the mobile gaming theater.
My seven year old couldn't get enough of the lego pile. Which he dived into as carefree as he possibly could. It was a great fortune to be able to network and collaborate with other children on how to create a lego masterpiece. Lego was thoughtful enough to create those wonderful lego piles for children in different age groups. I was very impressed to see that there was a pile of larger sized legos for the tots. My daughter is "the queen of the selfies" she could not get enough of taking pictures with her favorite characters. Those characters were everywhere and they appealed to every kind of interest. Whether you wanted to see your favorite zoo animal, star wars character or a character from the lego movie they were all there. The most exciting part of the Lego Creative Tour for me was to watch my husband and our sons climb the rock wall. Trust me its a sure way to ensure that everyone is tired at the end of the day. It was a great moment for father and son's bonding. Lastly, I will not forget to mention that the shopping is also good. My whole family found something to suit their interest. Lego has something for you to build whether your interest is star wars, castles or architecture.