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Toy and Plastic Brick Museum, Bellaire

(3.9/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
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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  • I love it there, I also love that it's an old school house, I will go back.
  • Looking for a stop along your journey and love Legos? Well this is it. The "museum" is in an old school. My husband said the school was just like the one he went to for elementary school, which was cool. There are displays everywhere. When you walk in, you go to the gift store to pay admission. Pay it. They need to keep this place open. So many Legos to see. I am not sure we saw everything. You have to go to the lower level, they rock out down there. Old school Legos and some new ones. Adults will see the dust and dirt, our kids will not, so just roll with it. Their minds will be blown away by the collection.
  • Great place for something to-do with kids!
  • Ok, so I was really worried about the 2 hour drive from Columbus and back, especially when I pulled in. It's an old school, and could use some updates and some cleaning, but the kids never seen any of that! They LOVED IT! 3 boys 9yrs (Slightly Autistic) 8yrs & 5yrs and a 6yr old girl. They had a blast and didn't want to leave. I would definitely recommend it!
  • Most importantly, my 12yo -a huge lego fan loved this place. Even his 18yo brother was impressed. I had to drag the younger one out of there as I was only planning an hour long diversion on our way driving to Chicago. The bulk of the displays were divided into ‘about 9’ themed rooms (trains, Star Wars, aliens, knights, city, etc) and the hallways also had many displays. There were quite a few small displays that appeared to be the works of local school children, but my younger son even enjoyed these, comparing notes I believe. There were also were quite a few quirky (plastic?) curiosities (life sized soldier and the alien on the way to the basement --push the button!). The basement held a lego band in an area I believe was roped off for birthday parties. But don’t skip it as it had a full sized lego animatronic Star Wars droid near by that was a big hit. The building appears to be an old converted 2 story school house. I actually enjoyed looking at the old building, looking for hints into what purpose each of the rooms once served. The place desperately could use some spit and polish, especially with regard to the dust on the older displays. Free parking was more than adequate both in their lot and nearby on the street. Bearing in mind its few limitations this place is a must see if there is a lego fan in the family. We diverted our trip by about 90 min each way and I thought it was about right.