Lego Train Shows - A Great Way to Explore Legos
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Lego Train Shows and Lego Expos
For the Lego enthusiast, Lego train shows are a great way to see a lot of different lego buildings and sets in one place, way before you buy. I'm lucky that I live in Chicago and have an active Lego Train Club that provides shows throughout the year.
Lego Train Shows are not just about trains. The trains are basically the outline of the show, inside are all the great creations by area lego masters. Featured are usually the latest lego sets, and crazy combinations you wouldn't normally see. The Chicago shows usually have the Chicago skyline more than 8 feet high. In addition, I've seen an accident between a Dunkin Doughnuts truck and a Krispy Kreme Truck, many superheroes around the skyline, every Harry Potter lego set, soccer stadiums filled with storm troopers, Star Wars lego sets, Indiana Jones lego sets, and every other conceivable lego combination.
I love legos, and the lego train shows are awesome. Check out your local LUG - Lego User Group or LTC - Lego Train Club to find the next show near you.
Where to find Lego Train Shows - Lego Train Clubs and Lego User Groups
Most if not all Lego Train Shows are sponsored by a local Lego Train Club (LTC) or Lego User Group (LUG), which will normally have a schedule of events through their website. I've compiled a list of all the Lego Train Clubs I could find. If I've missed yours, please leave a note in the Guest Book at the bottom of this page.
LTC and LUG are normally not for profit type of organizations or are just a group of lego enthusiasts who come together to promote building with legos.
- California - BayLUG - Bay Area Train Club
The San Francisco Bay Area LEGO Â® Users' Group and Train Club
- California - Southern California Lego Train Club
Recently held shows in San Diego and the Nixon Library.
- California - LUGOLA | LEGO Users Group Of Los Angeles
Los Angeles, California
- Florida - Greater Florida LUG and LTC Website
Lego Users Group and Lego Train Club have merged their website into one.
- Illinois - Northern Illinois Lego Train Club
Lego Train Club in Chicago and the Chicago suburbs.
- Michigan LEGO Users Group
MichLUG is a group for LEGO enthusiasts in the greater Michigan area. We have regular meetings throughout the year and participate in a variety of shows, including model train shows and science fiction/fantasy conventions.
- Missouri - Gateway Lego Users Group
Gateway (area) LEGO Users Group is located in and around St Louis, Missouri.
- Minnesota - Greater Midwest Lego Train Club
GMLTC.org is the online home of the Greater Midwest Lego Train Club and is based in the twin cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota.
- New England LEGO Users Group - NELUG
Serves the LUG in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusettes, Rhode Island, and Connecticut
- North Carolina LEGO Train Club
North Carolina LEGO Train Club
- Ohio - Ohio LUG
Formerly the Central Ohio Lego Train Club (COLTC)
- Texas - TexLUG- Texas LEGO Users Group
TEXLUG- Texas LEGO Users Group, an organization of AFOLs (Adult Fans Of LEGO) in Texas. Where LEGO enthusiasts from all over Texas find information, meet one another, and share ideas.
- Washington DC Lego Train Club
- Washington - Puget Sound Lego Train Club
A group of Lego fans who exhibit unique train-themed Lego layouts in the Greater Seattle / Puget Sound area.
- Washington - SEALUG - Seattle LEGO Users Group
SEALUG Seattle LEGO Users Group
Where LUG and LTC members go...
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