The Lego Space Hollywood lets guests explore the world of ‘The Lego Movie 2’
For a limited time, Lego fans of all ages can explore the fun and action of “The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part” by immersing themselves in The Lego Space Hollywood.
Located at the corner of Vine Street and Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, Calif., this 6,000-square-foot enclosed space features 40 minutes’ worth of interactive fun and photo-ops inspired by the characters and scenes from the new film.
Guests can visit Emmet’s Lego brick-built house; explore the surrounding town of Apocalypseburg, formerly known as Bricksburg; and discover far-away planets in the Systar System. See Emmet, Lucy, and their friends as they battle the new villain General Mayhem – and take a sneak peek at the new film through Lucy’s special binoculars.
Inside The Lego Space Hollywood, guests can also dance on spinning turntables, create their own Lego builds, pose with their favorite characters like Lego Batman and Unikitty, and step inside a giant Duplo heart confetti booth for fun photos.
Admission to The Lego Space Hollywood is free. The immersive pop-up experience is open now through Sunday, Feb. 10. Hours for the attraction are 2-8 p.m. Monday-Thursday, and 11 a.m. – 9 p.m. Friday-Sunday.
Tickets are sold out online, but a walk-up line is available at the experience.
To learn more, visit TheLegoSpaceHollywood.com. Check out our video of the experience below, and catch “The Lego Movie 2” in theaters on Feb. 7.