The Museum of Computing in Swindon (UK) has announced that this weekend it will host a day-long event called LEGO-Fest, featuring numerous LEGO games and the creation of a giant Mario mosaic.
9,000 LEGO bricks will go into the mega-Mario (so he’ll be rather bigger than the one pictured to the right), and everyone is invited to take part in this construction. If LEGO-themed videogames are more your style, the museum will also be offering those to play – as well as the ability to dabble in robotics with some LEGO Mindstorm.
Doors open on 11 December at 9.30am and the event will end at 5.00pm the same day. Admission fees are £5.00 for a family ticket, £2 for adults, £1.50 for Students and Concessions. Children age 6-15 yrs cost £1, under 5’s go free.
 

Paul Younger
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