Brickworld 2021 | Indy’s LEGO Fan Expo For the Whole Family

It’s our favorite time of year! Brickworld 2021, the LEGO Fan Expo is back at the Indiana State Fairgrounds Saturday, October 2nd, and Sunday, October 3rd. We’re big fans of LEGO bricks and all of the fun to be found at BRICKWORLD 2021!

Guests will have the opportunity to meet contestants from Fox™’s LEGO® Masters™, Tim and Zach, and see their original creations. The LEGO Masters contestants will be available for meet & greet* during all public hours of the Brickworld Indianapolis show.

In addition to more than 50 LEGO displays, the Brickworld Expo will also feature a Play Brick area with many brick options; a community Graffiti Wall, where participants can create whatever they like; and the Great Ball Contraption (GBC) a giant collection of small LEGO machines that pass thousands of LEGO soccer balls around a loop. The now-world-famous GBC originally debuted at Brickworld!

SAVE $2 on advanced ticket purchases with Brickworld Discount Code IWK21.

Brickworld LEGO Expo in Indianapolis

Don’t miss tens of thousands of square feet of LEGO activities, displays, and hands-on building fun. The displays and interactive stations are first class, full of talent, and loved by all ages. At Brickworld Indianapolis, thousands of LEGO hobbyists of all ages will enjoy playing at LEGO and DUPLO brick stations, seeing spectacular creations, and visiting vendor booths to enhance their collections. The Indy Expo will feature 50 displays, including “Goldcrest Castle,” the “M-Tron Space Mining Company” and “Robo Rally,” where guests will have the opportunity to maneuver large LEGO robots around a massive LEGO game board. A large-scale model of the Indiana State Soldiers and Sailors Monument from downtown Indianapolis will be on display

  • Check out the seek and find activities throughout the area
  • Building a community mosaic from LEGO bricks
  • Take control of the fighting robots
  • See demonstrations of the robot chess game
  • Drive remote control trucks over rough LEGO brick terrain
  • Watch amazing Rube Goldberg LEGO machines
  • Tour the building full of amazing brick creations

Once your kids see the power of another person’s creativity, their own genius will be unlocked and it will be pretty difficult to control all of the possibilities they want to explore with their own LEGO sets. While you are at the LEGO fan expo, you can purchase customized bricks and people, new sets of the popular bricks and other fun LEGO fan paraphernalia.

Brickworld Tickets

Advance ticket purchase online is highly recommended because you can save money AND you won’t have to wait in the ticket sales line when you get there. Looking for fewer crowds? In the past, Sunday morning and late Sunday afternoon have had fewer people attending than during other times. This Brickworld Coupon Code will save you $2 off each advanced ticket. Use code: IWK21

General admission tickets – $14. Purchase in advance for $10 using code IWK21
Military and first responders (at the door, with ID, only) – $9

Online pre-purchase tickets are available for $12. Kids under three are free. State Fairgrounds parking is currently $10, subject to change.
All public tickets purchased in 2020 will be honored at the appropriate show.

Brickworld Indy 2021 Hours

Saturday: 10 am – 6 pm
Sunday: 10 am – 5 pm

Getting to Brickworld

Brickworld LEGO expo is held at the Indiana State Fairgrounds. Parking at the Indiana State Fairgrounds is $8 per vehicle, or you can take the IndyGo Red Line with your kids.

COVID 19 INFORMATION

Due to the ongoing pandemic, Brickworld is recommending that attendees wear masks at the show and that you social distance 6 ft (as recommended by the CDC) when standing and looking at displays. At this time we plan to have play areas open with hand sanitizing required at the entry to the play area. Play at your own risk. Be respectful and limit your time at the tables so others can play.

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