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Brick City, Niagara Falls

(55 reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • An expensive place which simply wasn't worth a fraction of what we paid. Not very interactive for the children & very very small  more »
  • Took my son to this place in June 2016 and I wasn't really sure what to expect, but I knew he really loves his Lego so I thought this might be a good place to inspire him. After walking into the entra...  more »
  • Its a new facility away from previous place they had. This is a single large room and all lego attractions are all in one place. My kids love lego and was happy in what they saw, I would prefer more L...  more »
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  • So happy it's closed. This was the most ridiculous place I've ever been on while on vacation. It's just stuff some guy built with legos and he has his photo up all over the place. The tour guide (not that there's anything to see) kept referencing this "amazing" guy.
  • The BrickCity has been reopened in new location at 4967 Clifton Hill. Just beside Upside Down House. Completely redesigned and more interactive.
  • Not like it used to be when all the trains would drive on their own.
  • Not worth what they charge, at all. It was $45 (2 adults & 2 children) for one room where you get to look at some buildings that someone built. The whole place is a single room. The lego selection that you are actually allowed to touch is just basic bricks. We paid almost $10 less than that to go to a multi-room dinosaur exhibit at Skylon Tower.
  • Not bad, big room full of Lego stuff