I had the opportunity of attending the Lego KidsFest at the Richmond Convention Center in Richmond Virginia. It was ultimately an amazing time! When we first walked in, we were greeted by a museum of life-size Lego statues. My boys immediately ran towards the very realistic Lightning McQueen Lego car, along with a gallery of superheroes which included Batman, Spiderman, Superman, The Incredible Hulk, and even Wonder Woman. My big baby (my husband) really enjoyed the Star Wars and Hobbit statues, while I took time to admire the very real looking Captain Jack Sparrow from Pirates of the Caribbean. Beyond this gallery the building was broken up into different sections and different activities. There were sections for specific Lego brands such as Ninjago, Chima, Fusion, Mixels, Mindstorms, and The Lego Movie. My kids were a bit too young to participate in the Challenge Zone and the Race Ramps, but thoroughly enjoyed the brick pile where they were literally swimming in thousands of LEGO bricks. I was surprised to see that there are a couple of photo booths and a giant bouncy tunnel, which were all free! And for the book lovers there was a very cozy reading rest stop. I really liked how they had an area for girls to enjoy in the Legofun with the Disney area that included a very beautiful Cinderella, and the LEGO Friends area which is a special edition of 6 LEGO Friends who go on adventures, cherish their friendship, and strive to stay positive no matter what. All sections had a "building zone" were the kids and even adults could build their own LEGO creation. They were very adamant about no breaks leaving the convention area, but I'm sure that was not an issue as the Lego marketplace's line was super long from the start of the events to the very end. My kids really enjoyed themselves, there were activities for every age! They woke up Saturday morning asking could we go back to the Legos. As happy as they were, I wish I could have made that wish come true. But hey, there's always next year!