Our two boys had such a fantastic time attending the Mini-Engineers workshop. They absolutely loved the idea of designing their own car and participating with their models in a race competition! The kids were very much involved and the teachers were ready to help out if anyone needed extra help. Once we came back home the boys wanted to make car models again and have another race! Absolutely wonderful workshop!
LEGO Workshops in London for children aged 5 to 11 years.
Our LEGO workshops will range from specialised build events for children to team building events with family.
LEGO Workshops in London
Mini-Engineers LEGO workshops in London are innovative and fun for your child and the entire family. Our workshops are one off and will usually be held on a weekend. The length of each workshop will vary depending on the activity. Our workshops will range from specialised build events for children to team building events with family and friends. Check back often as workshops will be added throughout the year!
Workshops to start in 2022
Mini-Engineers LEGO Workshops will start up in 2022. In the meantime, take a look at our INSPIRATION GALLERY to be inspired and make sure you are the first to hear about our formal relaunch news by signing up to our newsletter at the bottom of this page. Stay tuned . . .
Inna A (mum)
My son attended his first Mini-Engineers workshop today in Wimbledon. He thoroughly enjoyed it and said it was awesome and looking forward to go there again. I am also very impressed, it was very well organised and well staffed. Thanks for everything and wish you all the very best.
Sally M (mum)
My son and daughter both thoroughly enjoyed the workshop they attended. They loved building a city, and particularly enjoyed the fact that all of the Lego pieces were already sorted out so they could get straight on with the building rather than messing around with our chaotic boxes of Lego at home! They thought that the level of instruction was just right, helpful without being meddlesome. The only thing they didn’t like was that it ended. And from my perspective it was children’s Lego heaven and not only did I not have to tidy it away afterwards I also didn’t have the morning after experience of stepping on a small Lego part with bare feet.
Louise P (mum)