KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Adults here in Kansas City are getting ready for the summer Olympics by playing with Legos.
Monday night, The Legoland Discovery Center opened its doors to adults for a special Olympic No Kids Allowed night.
Visitors competed in different events like "Lego Car Racing" and "The Kingdom Quest Target Shoot".
The winners received medals, made out of Legos.
"Everybody kind of gets in the mood of the Olympics when it comes around every summer. We wanted to participate in our own way and give people a chance to kind of live that experience," said master model builder Jeremiah Boehr. "Adults are very competitive. They are getting into the spirit with all our competitions."
No Kids Allowed nights are held the third Monday of every month.
Tickets are $15 online and $19 at the door.
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