LEGOLAND Welcomes Young Creators Back to Plymouth Meeting with Personal Brick Bags
Personal brick bags and other safety measures welcomed young creators at the reopened LEGOLAND Discovery Center Philadelphia in Plymouth Meeting, writes Matteo Iadonisi for 6abc.
After closing for three months due to the coronavirus pandemic, the venue wanted to bring back its interactive, hands-on experience that is well known for offering the safest way possible.
“Kids are kids and they want to just get out there and build,” said Anthony Rossi, Marketing Manager at LEGOLAND. “But safety is obviously number one. It always has been and it always will be.”
Once a guest is done with their building session, they can pack up the bag and return it to the desk. Those specific LEGO pieces will not be used again until they are cleaned by the staff.
“I kind of like it,” said LEGOLAND Master Model Builder Michael Nieves. “It keeps a lot of the pieces off the floor. If you’ve ever stepped on a LEGO, you know.”
In addition to personal brick bags, social distancing is strictly kept. And most importantly, the returning guests are happy with the extra measures that makes them feel safe while having fun.
Read more about LEGOLAND Discovery Center Philadelphia at 6abc by clicking here.
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