BRICKMANIACS! We are proud to announce that this year’s charity for World War Brick 2020 is The Mission Project, a Minneapolis-based non-profit that helps veterans in critical ways during their time overseas and after their return stateside. The Mission Project strives to support our military and its veterans through our programs and partnerships with other businesses, churches, and organizations that positively help assist and support our armed forces. They are committed to mental health, advocacy, reintegration, suicide prevention, comradery and fellowship.Read More
BRICKMANIACS! We are looking for a volunteer to help prepare one of our favorite charity benefit items: the Brickmania T-Shirt Quilt. Plus, for those of you attending World War Brick, here’s a look at some of the available food options near our location!
With World War Brick 2020 on the horizon, we are looking for a volunteer to help prepare one of our favorite charity benefit items: the Brickmania T-Shirt Quilt. This extremely rare and exclusive quilt will be put on the auction block during this year’s World War Brick (June 12-14). We need a volunteer who will be able and willing to create this (made from Brickmania t-shirts that we will provide) for our charity benefit auction. If interested, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “WWB2020 Quilt Volunteer.” Please include a contact phone number and a mailing address in the body of the email.Read More
BRICKMANIACS! Public Exhibition tickets for World War Brick 2020 are now available for purchase at a discounted rate!
Pick yours up HERE.
NOTE: The public exhibition ticket includes access ONLY to the pubic portions of the World War Brick event. For access to the Micro Brick Battle Tournament, the model auction, mosaic build, and more pick up a World War Brick 2020 – Weekend Pass and gain access to all the behind the scenes goodies at World War Brick 2020!
World War Brick 2020 is happening at the Brickmania Toyworks, 1620 Central Avenue NE, Suite 170, Minneapolis, MN 55413. Entrance is on 18th Ave NE, between Central And Jackson Street Northeast (look for the giant LEGO sculpture and World War Brick banners).
We recommend showing up 30 minutes prior to your session start time so you may be checked in early.
Public exhibition ticket discount schedule:
Order advance tickets on or before March 31, 2020: $8
Order advance tickets April 1 to May 31, 2020: $10
Order advance tickets June 1 – June 11 (if still available): $15
At the door (if still available): $20
Children 3 and under free with paid adult
BRICKMANIACS! We’re very excited to announce some awesome deals available to those you you planning to attend World War Brick 2020 in Minneapolis, MN!
Be sure to show you excitement on social media by using #WorldWarBrick
We have three hotels offering special rates for World War Brick participants, please note that to take advantage of these savings hotels should be booked before May 22, 2020. See the bottom of this post for additional hotel locations in the Twin Cities area.Read More
Do you have your tickets? Ticket prices have gone up, however you can still get the Early-Sale ticket price with coupon code: 25OFF
Have you purchased your tickets to World War Brick Minneapolis? Brickmania offers two types of ticket for World War Brick: Public Day Pass and the coveted Weekend Pass. If you just want to try a single day of fun, purchase a Day Pass. If you want to experience all three days of fun, including a Brickmania SWAG BAG, special events, raffles for free stuff (kits, minifigures, LEGO sets), and a spot to set up and display your own creation, make sure you get your Weekend Pass. Just a reminder, Weekend Passes sell out quickly, so get them while you can!
Book your Hotel Room before May 12th
This year we have chosen the Hyatt Place Minneapolis/Downtown as the official Hotel of World War Brick. The Hyatt Place towers over downtown Minneapolis and is just a few minutes from the Brickmania Toyworks.
Weather permitting we’ll even give you are ride to WWB in our Deuce and a Half each morning (and return later).
We have changed from our hotel in the past in order to put you right in the action of downtown. You will be able to walk to numerous downtown eating and entertainment venues. You will also be close to Minneapolis’s light rail system if you want to take a train trip out to the Mall of America and visit our store.
Your stay at the Hyatt Place includes:
AM Skillet Breakfast
High Speed Internet Access throughout hotel
24 hr Fitness Center
Indoor Pool and Hot Tub
24hr Business Center with printing privileges
Hotel Room Information Available Here
Check out all the excitement we have planned for you!
Here are the finished images from Lando’s Photographing Your MOC panel at World War Brick Anaheim 2016.
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.
For 2016 we have three new group builds for World War Brick. Weekend Passholders will have access to three additional sessions of group builds during the World War Brick weekend this year. That will be six full group build sessions for Weekend Passholders during World War Brick. We hold several group builds during World War Brick hosted by one of our skilled moderators. Using pre-built terrain maps and models, the participants set up an epic scene based on historic battles. Each group build can have up to eight participants and advanced registration is required. Participants will be able to take pictures of the finished group build at the end of the session so bring a camera. The battles this year are:
- North Africa: a minifig scale battle set during the battle of El Alamein with Britain vs Germany during 1942.
- Pacific: A minifig scale beach assault based on the battle of Pelileu in 1944.
- Kursk: A minifig scale battle taking place in 1943 near Kursk (280 mile south-west of Moscow) in the Soviet Union.
– Weekend Passholder Event