Today we visited Stockwood Park in Luton which is just off Junction 10 of the M1 and is very well signed. The park itself is lovely with lots of different areas to explore and it has its own cafe and shop and play areas.
At the moment there is a Lego "Brick Kingdom" exhibition on until the 4th September with castle/medieval themed creations.
When you arrive you are given a quest booklet to complete as you go round and you are sent to see a short video of a princess explaining how her castle has been taken and how she needs your help.
After this you head around the exhibition, filling in clues as you go. There was even a Lego film quiz for the adults which was good fun.
There were dressing up things for children to be knights or princesses and a massive castle which children were free to add their own touches to.
The professional models were very impressive and the sheer scale of some of them was unbelievable, especially a massive griffin and a roaring dragon.
I would highly recommend the exhibition for all children up to about age 13.
We also took part in a Lego workshop before we went to the exhibition. This is a separate event but again we'd recommend it. We started by making bricks for a castle wall in a timed challenge and then went on to build catapults before finally making a Lego dragon that the boys were allowed to bring home.
The exhibition is on until the 4th September and when I asked today there was still some availability on the workshops too.