The UK is getting a new LEGO Store, with it due to open in Bristol this November.
At a time when the LEGO Store shopping experience is a bit different, with no piecing together minifigures or scooping bricks to fill cups, the LEGO Group is still moving ahead with a new UK store. Announced on Facebook, a new LEGO Store is coming to Bristol in November.
It means that the south of the UK continues to be relatively well served by official brand stores. Now that promotions are sometimes split between the physical stores and LEGO.com, the locations are more useful than ever.
As with all official LEGO Stores, fans can expect the Bristol branch to offer exclusive sets, the Build-a-Minifigure station, the Pick and Build wall, large scale LEGO installations, interactive displays and the opportunity to collect VIP points.
LEGO Stores reopened in England on June 16, after all stores around the world were closed as a result of the coronavirus pandemic and measures to restrict its spread. Employees are now wearing face masks and should be practicing social distancing.