Details of upcoming LEGO store openings in Dallas and Oklahoma City

The chain of LEGO store openings continues with two more stores to open in July in Dallas and Oklahoma City. Here are the details:

Oklahoma City, OK

  • Dates:
    July 24 – 26, 2009
  • Times:
    Friday, July 24: 11am
    – 7pm
    Saturday, July 25: 10am
    – 6pm
    Sunday, July 27: 12am
    – 6pm
  • Location:
    Penn Square Mall
    1901 NW Expressway
    Oklahoma City, OK 73118

  • Exclusive: LEGO Cowboy

Dallas, TX

  • Dates:
    July 17 – 19, 2009
  • Times:
    Friday, July 17: 11am
    – 7pm
    Saturday, July 18: 11am
    – 7pm
    Sunday, July 19: 12am
    – 6pm
  • Location:
    NorthPark Center
    8687 N. Central Expressway
    Dallas, Texas
  • Exclusive: LEGO Texas Longhorn Skull

I will be attending the Grand Opening at the Dallas store, and I hope to see some of our readers there!

LEGO has this to say about the events taking place at each grand opening:

Help a real LEGO Master Builder construct an 8-foot tall LEGO R2-D2™ (Oklahoma City)/Yoda™ (Dallas) during our 3-day Grand Opening Celebration weekend!

You’ll get a free LEGO® Star Wars™ Certificate of Achievement for helping, while supplies last! Visit the LEGO Store during the event to enter for a chance to win a $50 LEGO Store Gift Card! No purchase necessary to enter.

On Saturday, be one of the first 300 customers to spend $35 in the LEGO Store and you’ll receive an exclusive, limited-edition LEGO set!

On Sunday, the first 300 customers to spend $35 in the LEGO Store will receive an exclusive, limited-edition LEGO Minifigure T-Shirt! Shirts are available in child’s sizes only.

Visit for more details.

In addition, here’s a full list of stores opening in 2009:

  • Stonebriar Centre, Frisco, TX
  • Crabtree Valley Mall, Raleigh, NC
  • Westfield Annapolis, Annapolis, MD
  • Kenwood Towne Center, Cincinnati, OH
  • NorthPark Center, Dallas, TX
  • Penn Square Mall, Oklahoma City, OK
  • Easton Town Center, Columbus, OH
  • Orland Square, Orland Park, IL
  • Ala Moana Center, Honolulu, HI
  • Concord Mills, Charlotte, NC
  • Arundel Mills, Baltimore, MD
  • Riverchase Galleria, Birmingham, AL
  • Westfield Garden State Plaza, Paramus, NJ

12 comments on “Details of upcoming LEGO store openings in Dallas and Oklahoma City

  1. Matn

    The United States may be very happy with al the official LEGO stores opened there. I think it’s now time to build some more in Europe! (:

  2. Melfice

    Yeah, seriously.
    Cram a little store somewhere in the Netherlands. I know we’re a small country, but I’m sure there’s an old empty windmill you can use, or some dike that hasn’t been built on yet.

    But in all seriousness. More European LEGO stores!
    Unless the Netherlands already has one, which I’m not aware of? But a google search came up zilch, so…

  3. Nannan Post author

    All good things come to those who wait, and I’ve waited years for the store in my area. Meanwhile, we should be happy for the folks who are getting a store near them. I’m sure the company is aware of their business locations.

  4. notenoughbricks

    I am happy for those who are getting stores near them but I can’t believe that the Long Island, NY area is being ignored. I know there was a store on LI a few years back (before I emerged from my Dark Age) but it has been closed for over 3 years now. Not even a store in Manhattan. TRU did have Brick Central Terminal (Pick a Brick wall) in its flagship Times Square store but that has been removed. The closest LEGO Store to me is about a 3 hour round trip and about 25-30 bucks in tolls. At least I go to Disney World in the summer so I can go to the Downtown Disney LEGO Store there.

    LEGO is doing a great job increasing their presence in the States but how much longer can they ignore the 5 Boros and Long Island?

  5. the enigma that is badger


    1) Woodfield Mall
    2) LEGO Discovery Center in Shaumberg
    3) Northbrook
    4) Michigan Ave
    5) Orland Park

    As the staff at Michigan Ave and Woodfield recognize me when I walk in, I’ll have to start hitting Orland Park! ;)

  6. Starwars4J

    As a native Long Islander, I can’t agree with notenoughbricks’ statement enough. After coming back from Boston, with 3 LEGO stores within a half-hour drive, the deficiency of attention to the New York/Long Island area is really surprising. There is a store in West Nyack, but that place is kinda in the boonies if you know what I mean, and a real pain to get to.

    A store somewhere in Nassau County would serve Suffolk, Nassau, and the boroughs all well IMO.

  7. Sarah

    I know its unfair to people to who live in areas with no Lego stores but here I have 2 in my state and they aren’t close to me.

    Heres a break down:
    I live in Maryland, about 5 minutes from the Penn border. The Lego store in Penn is 2 and half hours away. The new one opening in Baltimore(area) is 1 and a half hours away. The one in Annapolis is an hour and 45 minutes away. Still, according to google maps by car, the Lego store nearest to me is the one in Tysons Corner, Virginia at an hour and 20 minutes away.

    I know I really shouldn’t be complaining about it, I am very lucky compared to most. I just want a Lego store in my town…We have an Outlet mall, doesn’t Lego need another “Outlet” store?

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