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July 19, 2017

Grown-ups can play in LEGOLAND during Adult Nights

The space features Philly landmarks re-created with LEGO bricks, a movie theater and more fun for LEGO fans

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The LEGOLAND displays are full of interesting details.

LEGOLAND Discovery Center recently opened at the Plymouth Meeting Mall, with 10 LEGO play zones and activities for kids and their families.

The space features Philly landmarks re-created with LEGO bricks, a movie theater, a LEGO Ninjago Training Camp and more fun for LEGO fans.

On Thursday, July 20, LEGOLAND will host its first adults-only, no-kids-allowed night. The event will have a beach party theme, which was voted on by the public through Facebook, and all are encouraged to dress in their best beach-inspired getups.

During the evening, there will be LEGO-building activities and how-to's from the center's Master Builder. It's totally OK to act like a kid again – but this time your LEGO cars and buildings will be better constructed.

RELATED: Check out photos of the LEGOLAND displays here

In between exploring the Discovery Center, attendees can enjoy a few of the perks of being a grown-up, by downing coffee and eating sweets from the café or splurging in the retail shop.

Adult nights will be held the third Thursday of every month, going forward. All attendees must be 18 or older.

Tickets are $19 and can be purchased online or at the door.

LEGOLAND Adult Night: Beach Party

Thursday, July 20
7:30-9:30 p.m. | $19 per person
LEGOLAND in the Plymouth Meeting Mall
500 W. Germantown Pike