LEGO set to open first ever Irish store this year
Lego fans, we've got some pretty exciting news for you.
If you've got a Lego fan at home then prepare to spend a lot of time in Dublin in the coming months.
Lego has just announced it will open its very first Irish store on Grafton Street.
The store is set to open later this summer.
It will feature an "exciting collection of sets and experiences".
Fans of Lego will be able to enjoy a "retailtainment" experience when the store opens.
It will feature everything from personalised products and Lego expression to hands-on play. Customers will also be able to build a Minifigure tower.
There will also be exclusive Lego models in the store.
The LEGO Pick a Brick Wall will also be part of the new Dublin store.
Vice President of Global Lego Retail Development, Simone Sweeney said the Dublin store will be extra special.
"We have been looking for the perfect site in Dublin, so we were very excited when the opportunity came about to open on the vibrant Grafton Street.
"The new Lego Store will be amongst some of the biggest and best brands in Dublin."
"The city has been part of Lego Retail’s expansion strategy for many years given the existing huge number of Lego fans in Ireland and the international customers typically found in the city.
"The new Lego Store in Dublin will allow builders of all ages to be inspired by endless play possibilities.
"And for new builders to welcome them into a new exciting journey of discovery into the Lego universe."
The new Lego store will create 10 to 15 jobs in Dublin.
An official opening date has yet to be confirmed but keep your eyes pealed.