The Monaco Town Hall is offering a new festive and educational event for children aged between eight and 12 years, be they students of Monaco schools or residents of the Principality. The ‘Abracada’ Bricks’ event will be held on Friday, June 7, from 19:15 until to 21:30 at the Espace Léo Ferré.

“The young people, who have become apprentice sorcerers, will enter into magic to take up challenges and challenge with Lego® bricks! In the large room of the Espace Léo Ferré, redecorated for the occasion, the children will create constructions on more than 30 game tables with the help of six teachers and four brick masters and will be able to access four Lego® zones, divided by colours and universe,” reads the Town Hall’s press release.

Doors will open to young builders shortly after 19:00, and tickets cost 20 euros, including non-alcoholic drinks and access to a candy bar. Remaining tickets can be bought on site, on the same day of the event depending availability, upon presentation of the child’s school report or identity document.

For more information, call +377 93 10 12 10