Bricks & Minifigs Littleton
Don't worry, just across the parking lot. We are moving into a more suitable building for us, with all new designs and layouts. Move will happen sometime this March!
Image source: LEGO Designers at LEGO go through a few stages when it comes to creating their LEGO sets. One of the earliest stages being a concept sketch, or piece of concept art to gauge an idea for the build, and its features. Read the article below to learn more!...
Need more landscapes, or moon craters, or even a space scene, for your LEGO builds? We got you covered with DreamLabs new slab baseplates, compatible with LEGO, with unique designs for your LEGO MOCS!
Our stock continues to expand as we gather more items to sell. History is big with a lot of kids and customers and Battle Bricks helps fill that void with military sets and figures!
Every few months, we get a new display from DenLUG (Denver LEGO Users Group) A group of adult builders who come together to make incredible displays for conventions, and shows, as well as out store! Currently we have this amazing summer camping display! Come see it...
New shirts are available in our store with our new sticker design! You can also get hats and tote bags to help with your shopping!
Today is National LEGO Day 2023, and to mark the celebration, take a look at the history behind the nostalgic toy, which has continued to set records and win awards for the last 91 years. Read the full article here:...
We were given the opportunity to meet with Charlie and give him a fun Bricks and Minifigs experience, in hopes to help him find a home. Check out the video in the link below! Link Here
Bricks and Minifigs is a retail chain that sells new and used Legos. A local couple is planning to open a store near Short Pump later this year. (Photos courtesy of Bricks and Minifigs) Read full article here: Read Article
Legendary game creator Hideo Kojima has opened up about how he recreated Metal Gear Solid’s base in LEGO, requiring some help from his team. Read Full Article Here: Click here
How the perennial kids' favorite has become an unlikely way for adults to blow off steam. Also: how to make your mark as a volunteer. Read full article below: Read Article