THE LEGO( SPACE HOLLYWOOD LETS FANS GO
WHERE NO BRICK HAS GONE BEFORE
Explore the World of “The LEGO® Movie 2” at a Special Interactive Installation
Before the Film’s February 8th Release
“The LEGO® Movie 2: The Second Part,” in theaters nationwide February 8, reunites the heroes of “The LEGO Movie” in an all new action-packed adventure to save their beloved city. Starting January 29, for a limited time, fans of all ages can experience the fun, action and laughs ahead by immersing themselves in a unique interactive world at The LEGO® Space Hollywood, at the corner of Vine Street and Hollywood Boulevard. in Hollywood, California.
Fans are invited to this 6,000-square foot, fully enclosed, one-of-a-kind space featuring 40 minutes of interactive adventures, surprises and photo ops inspired by scenes and characters from the new film. Visitors can actually make themselves at home inside Emmet’s brick-built house, explore the surrounding terrain of the newly named Apocalypseburg, formerly Bricksburg, and discover far-away planets in the story’s strange and surprising Systar System. Join Emmet, Lucy (aka Wyldstyle) and their friends as they battle the mysterious new character General Mayhem, and look though Lucy’s special binoculars for a glimpse of what’s in store on the big screen.
Everything is awesome inside The LEGO Space Hollywood, where guests can also dance on spinning turntables, build their own LEGO creations, pose alongside their favorite characters, like Unikitty and LEGO Batman, and step inside a giant DUPLO® heart confetti booth for extra-fun action photos.
Admission is FREE. The LEGO Space Hollywood will be open from Tuesday, January 29, through Sunday, February 10 at the hours listed below. It’s located at the corner of Hollywood Blvd and Vine Street in the heart of Hollywood, where previous fan attractions for “IT” and “Ready Player One” have been staged to enthusiastic response.
For ticketing and additional information, visit www.TheLEGOSpaceHollywood.com. See you in the Systar System!
· Weekdays (Mon-Thurs): 2:00 PM to 8:00 PM
· Weekends (Fri-Sun): 11:00 AM to 9:00 PM
Know before you go!
Are tickets free? Yes!
Can kids attend? Yes! They require to be accompanied by an adult.
What if I don't have a ticket? We have a standby line where visitors lacking a ticket can enter.
Are strollers permitted? They are not allowed inside but there is a secure storage location
Are you ADA Compliant? Yes.
Where are you located? The corner of Hollywood Blvd and Vine Street Los Angeles, CA.