Visit the World’s Smallest Lego Shop in York
Visit the World’s Smallest Lego Shop in York

Visit the World’s Smallest Lego Shop in York

This one’s for the LEGO fans, adults and children alike! Minifigs & Bricks is the place to buy, sell & trade LEGO. Or even just have a look around and a play! They are a small independent Lego store located in York, UK. Setup and run by enthusiasts for enthusiasts of any age. They think LEGO® is so awesome that they built our own little shop in York, where they specialise in selling minifigures on their own as well as full sets (both new and vintage) and bricks available by the kilogram. Customers are collectors of all ages with many Adult Fans of Lego (AFOL’s). They are the World’s smallest Lego shop with the best selection of minifigures, sets and collectables in the North of England.

Does Minifigs & Bricks host children’s parties?

Yes, they absolutely do! They host LEGO Birthday Parties in a dedicated party space designed for 5-12 year olds. Using their play bags full of bricks and specially made ramps, they use over 40Kg of LEGO bricks for structured games and activities which keep children focused and engaged at all times.

They specialise in both vintage and new mini figures and full sets. They also buy Lego you no longer want! Got boxes of bricks, build sets or miniatures you no longer want? Contact them to arrange a free valuation! There is so much choice between the sets, minifigures and the loose Lego. The best Lego shopping experience. Have a treasure hunt to see what you can find. The owner is extremely knowledgeable and welcoming. Absolutely hundreds and thousands of Lego parts sorted in types, colours & boxed in dozens of boxes. Superb displays of demonstration models.  Absolutely hundreds of Minifigures on display for sale. Huge quantities of boxed & packet Lego Kits large & small for all enthusiasts to purchase.

  • Monday – CLOSED
  • Tuesday – 10:00 to 17:00
  • Wednesday – 10:00 to 17:00
  • Thursday – 10:00 to 17:00
  • Friday – 10:00 to 17:00
  • Saturday – 10:00 to 17:00
  • Sunday – CLOSED

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