Farewell Toys R Us, March 2018

With the news that Toys R Us would be shutting down all of its stores, I took a trip to capture the state of their LEGO department before it became messy due to liquidation sales.

I’ll start the photos in the LEGO section, but then give you an extended tour of other parts of Toys R Us.

LEGO Toys R Us

LEGO at Toys R Us      

LEGO at Toys R Us  

So Many Sand Green LEGO

I visited the Rockefeller Center LEGO Store in New York City, and at first was surprised to see so many sand green pieces on the pick a brick wall. Until, I finally realized what their little mini-build was for, then it all made sense: LEGO at Rockefeller Center

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Heading into Summer with LEGO at Toys R Us

When I go to Toys R Us, the most interesting finds are the little polybags and small boxed sets that are usually not on my radar. This time they had the Ninjago battle pack, and I wasn’t expecting to find the snowman set. I had remembered that being a seasonal promotion only at LEGO Stores — not something you find in June at Toys R Us.

LEGO at Toys R Us

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