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Toy and Plastic Brick Museum, Bellaire

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Toy and Plastic Brick Museum is located in Bellaire, Ohio. The museum has been known as "Unofficial LEGO(r) Museum" and "The Plastic Brick Store, INC." The museum is host to an extensive private collection of LEGO, as well as works by brick artists Jason Burik and Nathan Sawaya. Toy and Plastic Brick Museum showcases the Guinness Book of World Records "World's largest LEGO image (mosaic) designed by Brian Korte and built as an installation by ~250 children.
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  • This attraction is a fun little building with some lego statues and history. It is pretty neat to walk around and enjoy the rooms of this museum. We all enjoyed ourselves.  more »
  • Just wanted to follow up on some of the previous reviews. It is well worth a visit. This is in a repurposed old school, so you'll deal with the usual stuff - stairs to climb, peeling paint, and a lack...  more »
  • Anyone with Lego lovers must stop here to see the displays. They are amazing. We took our nephews ages 7,9 and 10. After 3 hours we had to drag them out. They could have spent 4 hours easily. The buil...  more »
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  • Super fantastic place for a day trip. Gift shop has some deals so spend time looking. Bring cash encase the card reader is done. I love this place as much as my son!
  • The large LEGO structures and creations we're cool. The large floor mosaic was a great feature. The displays that were from the former Legoland theme park are a really nice touch. However, the loads and loads of off the shelf items that were on display and the boxes for those retail items on display as well was a bit much. The place could use a some general contractor work: put the electric wires in conduits and junction boxes, refinish the wood floor and redo the other floors, sand and paint the surfaces. It seems like it was planned somewhat haphazardly. Continue working on it. The theme per room is a good idea. If you love Legos this is the place to go.
  • Worth the stop, it's off the beaten path looks run down from the outside however the toys and Lego sculptures are cool. The building is an old school very cool architecture and each classroom has a theme.
  • Great place. Amazing things they can build with Lego blocks. Had some of my kids birthday parties there.
  • Worth the trip in an old school building filled with art made from Lego's. Good for a family day out