Brickmania is back for our 2nd Annual World War Brick Anaheim. This year we have brought the World’s Largest Battleship built with LEGO® bricks, the USS Missouri, plus games, prizes and more.
Public Exhibition Tickets are available online and at the door.
World War Brick Public Exhibition of Custom Historical Displays all built with LEGO® bricks.
Saturday and Sunday February 13th and 14th
10 AM – 4PM both days
$10 at the door
Want the whole Weekend Passholder Experience? Friday, Saturday and Sunday? There are a few Weekend Passes available online and at the door, otherwise come out for the Public Exhibition.
Come see World War I and World War II replicas, displays and dioramas made from LEGO bricks.
Come see a record breaking 26′ replica of a US Battleship made entirely out of LEGOs.
Come see historic battles recreated in LEGO.
Meet the builders. Meet the Fans. Play Games. Support Wounded Warrior Project. Have a Blast.
Buy exclusive custom kits made with LEGO bricks from Brickmania, BrickArms weapons for minifigures from GI Brick and custom printed LEGO elements to take your minifigure to a whole new level from Citizen Brick.
$10 at the door
Public Exhibition Hours
10AM – 4PM Saturday
10AM – 4PM Sunday (Military Appreciation Day) Veterans and Active Military Personnel’s tickets are half price.
The event kit for World War Brick Minneapolis is the Black Ops UTV (Ultralight Tactical Vehicle) with two custom minifigs and serious BrickArms firepower. Once again it is a collaboration between Brickmania and BrickArms, with the addition of custom printed balaclava masked heads from Citizen Brick. The only way to get one of these awesome kits is to get a Weekend Pass for World War Brick. This kit is a $90 value (provided you could even buy the rare items) and it is included free in the goodie bags for all Weekend Pass holders. Minneapolis is very close to selling out, but have no fear, because a similar kit is also in the works for Hartford.
Each UTV kit comes with a rare “proto” M249 SAW and special printed (and machined) BrickArms Crate commemorating WWB Minneapolis.
Here’s a gallery with more pictures of the UTV: