We got the 3:30pm session (the last session for the day) and it was packed. The line was huge and filled with kids galore. I highly recommend if anyone goes next time that they pack drinks. It was hot.
As soon as you walk in there are tables upon tables filled with LEGO displays that people had made. Some made (impressively) by kids and others by die hard collectors who had made large displays out of bought and custom built LEGO.
You can't have castle LEGO displays without a MULTI-LEVEL HOGWARTS! I'm sad I didn't take a photo of the other side with the potions dungeon and, I think, Hagrid's hut. I had a photo of the inside with the main dining area but it was blurry. It's hard to take photos properly with so many people and kids crowded around the tables. Best to be quick.
This guy was using a LEGO crane to take apart a LEGO building. What a fun job to do all day! Haha
Train LEGO is my son's favourite LEGO. I wish I had taken him so he could of seen this. I had to stand on my tippy toes and holding my hands above my head to take this shot so you could see it all in a good angle.
I loved this Toys R Us building. This was on a few tables that had various buildings. There was even a Luna Park that I missed out on taking a photo of. So much to see and so many people!
This is something I would of made. Mmmm brick donut.
This LEGO futuristic house was amazing! The parts that come out were separate rooms. I loved it.
Lots and lots of Star Wars LEGO! It was the most popular and crowded tables. I even met a Twitter friend, Damian by accident. He had a Star Wars display. Wish I had more Star Wars LEGO so I could enter a display next year.
Wonder how long this took to make..
All in all it was a great little day out. We only spent an hour or so to look and STILL missed out lots of displays. There was another room for people selling LEGO sets, jewellery and merchandise. There were tables for kids (and me) to build LEGO too. It was awesome. Next time I will bring my kids (they were at their Dad's house this weekend) and spend the whole 2 hours or so looking at everything and being inspired to build.