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Bricks in Florence Festival is back on the 6th and 7th of November 2021, in the Tuscany Hall – Teatro di Firenze, setting of the Florentine cultural landscape, after a couple of years stop due to COVID.

Dozens of AFOLs – from Italy and abroad – will showcase their creations (most of them not yet public), and will enjoy talking them through to the public to explain building techniques, provide info and disclose some of their secrets.

Visitors could also take part into contests and various activities, meet other fans, buy LEGO sets and non-catalogue or hard-to-find goods, and a lot more.

Views from Bricks in Florence Festival.


Alongside the main event, some recreational activities (for kids and adults alike) will take place, together with meetups and exhibitors-only workshops.

Activity bookins will open in the coming weeks.

Workshops and activities from past editions.


Italian and foreign exhibitors joining the event contribute to the unique feel of every Bricks in Florence Festival event, by creating novel artworks.
Bookins will be open through this page only up to next 3rd October! Join now in order to not miss it!

Some of the works exhibited in previous editions.


Opening times

Saturday 10th November 2021 – 10am to 8pm
Sunday 11th November 2021 – 9am to 7pm


Adult entrance tickets 8 eur.

Reduced fee 6 eur for kids 6-12 years or “Soci Coop” card holders only at the ticket office during opening days.
Free entrance for kids under 6 years and people with disabilities.

Tickets pre-sale

Full entrance 8 euro plus booking fee.

Full tickets are available online or via the “BoxOffice Toscana” and TicketOne network and valid for the whole day, while access is distinguished by different access times with immediate access (tickets bought with the corresponding access times will be given priority)


Tuscany Hall – Teatro di Firenze è can be reached via any mean of transport – public or private.

Se arrivate in auto, da fuori Firenze, potete prendere l’uscita A1 di Firenze Sud, proseguire dritto fino al ponte sul fiume Arno ed infine girare a sinistra al semaforo. Il Tuscany Hall sarà ben visibile dopo poche centinaia di metri. Nelle vicinanze del teatro è possibile trovare numerosi parcheggi, la maggior parte a pagamento.

Se arrivate in treno, alla stazione di Santa Maria Novella, potete raggiungerci con i mezzi pubblici (linea 14). In alternativa, potete anche raggiungerci in bici o a piedi, costeggiando il fiume Arno.

How to contact us

ToscanaBricks: please use the contact form or via Facebook e Instagram.
TuscanyHall: use the contact form or ring +390556504112.


All visitors, exhibitors and shopkeepers plus the theatre crew will need to conform to Green Pass (COVID pass) regulations and carry a ID card to validate it.

Theatre crew will check body temperatures at the entrance using a thermal scanner. Inside the hall anyone will be required to wear a face mask.
The staff recommends to avoid crowding and to maintain distance at all times. spaces will be organised to avoid crowds and provide safe distancing.
Sanitisation stations will be made available. There will be designated areas for drinking or eating.

Relevant and up-to-date regulations regarding “Green Pass” can be checked in the Italian Government Website.

The event will be carried out following all current regulations and restrictions in place at the time of the opening.


ToscanaBricks is born in 2012 thanks to a small group of fans. the following year the first LEGO event happens in Tuscany: Mattoncini a Palazzo.
Our group of enthusiasts will then plan a lot more events in Tuscany, also working closely with other rLUGs (Recognized LEGO® Users Groups).

ToscanaBricks members took parts in most of other main italian events by other rLUGs from 2014, at Fan WeekEnds in Skærbæk, Denmark and Paredes de Coura in Portugal.
From just a bunch of people, the group has grown into the biggest in Tuscany, boasting more than 80 members nowadays.

The historical Mattoncini a Palazzo event, then became Ludicomix Bricks & Kids. Its first edition was also a success. Year by year the group improved quality of the exhibit works, involved more external exhibitors, with special care to involve kids and the public in creative activities, laboratories, and the like.

In 2014 we’ve been the first group of AFOLs to bring LEGO bricks to a international event, Lucca Comics and Games, in Lucca, Tuscany, together with Lucca Junior – kids-focused – at the Family Palace building. The event was repeated three times till 2016.

In november 2017, Bricks in Florence Festival is born in Florence. The first live building event is organised with the Opera del Duomo di Firenze group to build the Duomo cathedral, Campanile di Giotto belfry and Battistero di San Giovanni baptistery.

Members join at least monthly to coordinate group work, improve their building skills, greet new members, plan events and so on. Our events include major LEGO themes like City, Castle, Star Wars, Classic & Vintage, Pirates, Friends, Architecture, Technic, Bionicle, amongst many others.

ToscanaBricks aims to share the passion for the LEGO building system of bricks, to develop creativity and building based skills in anyone of us.