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Lining up to get in and it’s very busy in the shop makes you feel very stressed at times but overall it was a popular shop so what can you expect? The 3 for £5 Lego people was my favourite, kids loved choosing their own...More
We were passing on Sat 1st Dec and there was just a small queue, so got in within 2mins. There are lots of huge London sights built of Lego, how could anyone not be impressed with them?!
There is also the big Lego model sets...More
This is NOT a review about how expensive Lego’s cost, or how big the sets are, etc.
The Lego Store near Piccadilly Circus is just great fun. You’ll likely spend 30-45 minutes on the two floors browsing the large Lego models of iconic English culture...More
Popped in today during a lil trip up to the capital, an as always had a great time.
The store always has a great atmosphere, an the staff are always happy an attentive aswell. Can never go wrong with visiting this store.
My only quip?...More
We paid a visit to look at the Lego sets to buy. There were large exhibition pieces all round the shop.my favourites were a underground tram that you could sit on and a princess carriage that you could sit in. We had great fun designing...More
2nd visit here. Just as good as the first. Younger soon built 3 Lego figures as his treat. Great to see so much built Lego and so much theatre. Service on Sunday was good, think the chaps name was Ali who saved the day with...More
Seeing the massive long queue of people waiting to get into the Lego shop during the day on Friday (which never seemed to shorten), we decided to get to the shop before opening time on Saturday (10am) so that we didn't have to queue for...More
Been trying to visit this store since it first opened, but each time it has always been too busy. This time we were in Leicester Square with two friends, one of whom is an avid Lego builder. We joined the queue, and surprisingly we were...More
With its iconic Nelson’s Column, majestic oversized lions and brightly-lit fountains, Trafalgar Square is not just considered the heart of this bustling London hub, but the very core of the city itself. Beyond this esteemed gathering place are more famous icons, as well as a disproportionate numbers of the city’s most popular cultural attractions including the National Gallery and many West End theaters. Along the way to
these major sites are quiet lanes and antiquated pubs to discover, as well as riverside vistas to enjoy on the embankment. With a calendar full of celebratory events, any time of year is a fine time to visit.
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When we went we had to queue for 5 minutes. The guy controlling the queue did a grand job keeping everyone amused (and was able to answer our question of where the Saturn Rocket kit was located in the store after confirming... More
When we went we had to queue for 5 minutes. The guy controlling the queue did a grand job keeping everyone amused (and was able to answer our question of where the Saturn Rocket kit was located in the store after confirming it was in stock.)