LEGO Park 2019

This summer, LEGO Space Park will be held in collaboration with LEGO International and SpaceIL with more than 5 million blocks to form an incredible space world.

Location: Tel Aviv Fairgrounds

Dates: July 26 to August 31, Sunday through Thursday from 09:00 to 18:00, Fridays from 09:00 to 15:00 and on Saturdays from 09:00 to 18:00.

Cost: A prepaid ticket costs NIS 99, a full price – NIS 119, members of the Shufersal Club – NIS 49, a Shufersal credit card – NIS 44, and other credit card companies.

Ages: 2 years and up

Tickets: You can buy tickets here

Activities:

Building the future spaceship of Israel – hundreds of thousands of Lego blocks that will allow the children to assemble Israel’s future spaceship and land it on the Moon. There will be manuals to help you build various spacecrafts.

Science Park – Interactive educational area

Laser complex – an interactive complex with Lego Star Wars laser guns

Extreme – a climbing wall of Spider-Man

Darkroom – In a geodesic dome that will be built on a soft moon floor, the children will be enjoy a unique audio-visual experience in the dark showing the star systems.

Mini supermarket – a model of Shufersal from another planet with interactive activities such as cash registers, carts, products and plastic food for the children.

Gymboree Area for Toddlers – Space-Inspired ‘Space for Small Astronauts’. Suitable for ages 2 and over.

Omega – Astronauts flying in space using Omega.

Multimedia Complex – Console complex with LEGO superhero games.

LEGO Friends & Just Dance – A design area with accessories and a dance stand to have fun with Just Dance songs.

Graffiti Wall – Be creative and create graffiti from Lego cubes.

Lego heroes’ dolls – LEGO human-sized figures will circulate among the visitors and take pictures with them as an unforgettable memento.

  1. I am sorry to report that the Lego Space Park was a huge disappointment.
    Many of the things that were advertised were not actually there, the lines for the few attractions were 2 hours long (literally) there was very little staff, many of the exhibits were broken, there were way too many kids there, and my kids above the age of 7 didn’t have too much to do. My toddler enjoyed the gymboree though, and after waiting on line forever, the kids did enjoy the laser tag. We felt that it was definitely not worth the admission price.

  2. This is a very poorly organized event. An event for children where the lines are more than an hour wait is utterly ridiculous. And the staff is passing out candies for the children with no hechsher (kosher sign)… In Israel??!!!?!
    They want lots of people, but didn’t plan for lots of people… Too bad…

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