A new LEGO store is opening near Gloucestershire

Gloucestershire AFOLs and KFOLs get ready, LEGO has announced it will be opening its latest retail store at Cabot Circus in Bristol, this autumn 2020.

Budding builders are in luck with LEGO opening a brand-new store in Bristol’s Cabot Circus shopping centre, near Gloucestershire.

While no exact opening date has been revealed yet, the Bristol LEGO store is due to open in autumn 2020 and will host LEGO events, activities and play experiences.

Visitors will be able to fill their cups with bricks from a ‘Pick & Build Wall’ and create their own LEGO minifigure of themselves at the dedicated store.

LEGO lovers will also be able to choose from a wide range of exclusive products only available from the brand’s official stores, including LEGO Art Iron Man and LEGO Nintendo Entertainment System™ for example, when visiting the new Bristol location.

Alison Wood, senior manager for LEGO stores, said: ‘Whether you’re one or 100, there is something for you to get excited about.’


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Friday 07 August 2020

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