Bellaire, Ohio: Toy and Plastic Brick Museum
- 4597 Noble St., Bellaire, OH
- Hwy 7 to town. Exit at 48th St. Drive west two blocks until the street ends. Turn left (south) and drive two blocks. The school/museum will be on the right.
- Summer W-Sa 12-5 pm, Su 10 am - 5 pm; off-season Sa-Su only. (Call to verify)
- Adults $8, Srs. $6, Under 5 -$5.
- RA Rates:
- Major Fun
The world's largest unofficial exhibition of LEGO art, architecture, and animatronics. It fills all three floors of a former school building, and is the vision of founder Dan Brown, who loves LEGO. Roadsideamerica.com Report... [10/02/2011]
Visitor Tips and News About Toy and Plastic Brick Museum
This place is great, especially if you are Lego fans. From the Mount Rushmore to the Mona Lisa to Darth Vader and Spider man -- wow, there is a lot to see here. I would only add that as I got off the highway, I did wonder where the directions where taking me as it brought me through a rather neglected neighborhood and to a somewhat neglected building. Despite first appearances, the Toy and Plastic Brick Museum is definitely worth the visit.[SH, 07/10/2013]
This is the most amazing place I have ever visited in my 43 years of life. It's a school built in 1930 that was renovated room by room and still is being worked on to become the home for Lego retired statues.
The old Gravel Hill School opens it ground to visitors weekly to show them the world of Lego art. Three and half floors of rooms are filled with displays made from that famous plastic brick.
I saw Mt Rushmore, Mona Lisa, Harry Potter and more, made as paintings, yet they are Lego. I met Darth Vader, and Spider Man. There are rooms full of castles, skyscrapers, trains, and lions.
All the volunteers and staff build things with residential builder Dan Brown.[Billie Heilman, 01/14/2011]
We love going on "Adventures" with our grandkids and have visited many of the places on your site.
This is the world's largest privately owned collection of Legos. The museum is in an old school building. The gym area has a huge, life-sized replica of an 18 wheeler truck that is made out of Legos that was in Guinness Book of World Records. Our grandkids LOVED the displays, everything from boats and castles to pictures on the wall of Harry Potter, Mona Lisa etc. and a replica of the statue of Liberty.
We've recommended it to all of our friends. The life-sized basketball players are worth the trip alone![Marcy Stevens, 06/18/2009]