Boy, do I have a treat for you guys today! I’ve been getting lots of requests for the LEGO Americana Roadshow building instructions. I only went to one event, therefore, all I had to post was the instructions for The White House build.
I’ve found it hard to locate instructions for all the other builds. So I decided to put out a few feelers to see if I could find someone who could provide me with the instructions to post on the website. I’m happy to say my efforts paid off! Yay!
What is the LEGO Americana Roadshow
If you haven’t been to the Roadshow and/or don’t know what I’m talking about, you can check out my post on the LEGO Americana Roadshow. For those of you that just want the quick gist, it is basically a display of 10 prominent historical monuments & locations in the United States. The Roadshow travels to different malls across the country every summer.
The displays are really an awesome sight to see, so if you haven’t been to a Roadshow and you’re on the fence, I highly recommend going. Even though school has started in these parts, the tour is actually still running and there are four more stops left this year through the month of October. You should try to visit one of these malls to check it out:
Baybrook Mall 7/30-8/14 – Friendswood, Texas
North Star Mall 8/20-9/5 – San Antonio, Texas
Fashion Show 9/27-10/9 – Las Vegas, Nevada
Alderwood 10/15-10/30 – Lynwood, Washington
Download the LEGO Americana Roadshow Building Instructions
While the Roadshow is a LEGO sponsored event, it is actually not run by LEGO. It is run by General Growth Properties, a management company for high quality retail properties in the US. Basically, these guys run malls, which is why the Roadshow gets displayed in mall locales.
So, I just want to give a quick shout out to my contact over at GGP for providing these instructions for me. I… and my readers… appreciate it!
Without further ado… here are the LEGO Americana Roadshow building instructions:
And there you have it, all 10 of the LEGO Americana Roadshow building instructions! Personally, I’m looking forward to building them all and making a mini shadowbox display of sorts. We’ll see what happens. ;)