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LEGO joins line-up at Blanchardstown Shopping Centre

LEGO has opened a new store in Dublin at the Blanchardstown Shopping Centre. The move follows the opening of the brand’s first-ever Irish store on Dublin’s… View Article

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LEGO joins line-up at Blanchardstown Shopping Centre

LEGO has opened a new store in Dublin at the Blanchardstown Shopping Centre.

The move follows the opening of the brand’s first-ever Irish store on Dublin’s Grafton Street in August 2022.

Spanning 186 square metres, the Blanchardstown shop stocks an extensive and exclusive range of products including the new LEGO Icons Concorde and the LEGO Star Wars  Venator Class Republic Attack Cruiser. It also offers a range of experiences such as the interactive Pick-A-Brick Wall, Build-a-Minifigure Tower and hands-on play opportunities.

Commenting on the opening, Amy Pearson, director, EMEA marketing at LEGO Retail, said: “We’ve had a fantastic turn out already on opening day and we look forward to welcoming more LEGO fans from across Dublin and neighbouring counties to experience what the store has to offer, which includes brilliant LEGO play experiences for all ages and a range of much-loved sets.”

Blanchardstown Shopping Centre is Dublin’s largest retail and leisure destination with a square footage of 1.1 million.

Sharon Walsh, leasing director, asset manager for Blanchardstown Centre, said: “It’s great to have the LEGO store now open and we know adults and children alike will be hugely excited to visit the brand’s experiential store.

“We are always on the look out for stores offering something different for our customers and the interactive amenities such as the Pick-A-Brick Wall, Build-a-Minifigure Tower and extensive range of sets of products is what makes Blanchardstown Centre such a top destination in the Dublin area.” 

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