Lego was one of my favourite toys growing up and I still believe it really is one of the best forms of entertainment a parent can invest in for their own children. Girls and boys alike play with Lego and unlike other toys which kids grow out of pretty quickly depending on the latest trends (does anyone remember yo yo’s, tamagochi’s, pogs, marbles – all of which have come and gone in a flash). The art of Lego seems to have stood the test of time. Even with all our modern 21st century gadgets kids have at their disposal such as game consoles, laptops and smart phones, you can still almost guarantee that a Lego set lurks somewhere in every house. Now that’s quite something.
But Lego have ensured that they constantly engage their audience. When I was younger I remember building simple police stations and fire houses but nowadays they evolve their Lego to include the likes of Harry Potter and the gang of Hogwarts for children to play with. And if that’s not enough children can also visit LegoLand to see amazing life sized Lego creations. No wonder they have stayed in favour with today’s generation. So that’s why they deserve to have some of their best creations of today showcased.
….The amazing, life sized…….Conan O’Brien!