The big celebration of the little brick...
Almost 25,000 square feet of LEGO® 
Public Exhibit 
Saturday from 10:00am to 5:00pm – Sunday from 10:00am to 4:00pm 
Adults: $10 / Children: $5 (4-17 years old) / Free for infants 0-3 years old 
Money, debit or credit.

Pavillon La Coop (Espace Saint-Hyacinthe), 2740 Avenue Beauparlant, Saint-Hyacinthe.
A LEGO convention is unique way to meet other fan of LEGO, having access to exclusive activities,and participate to competitions and win LEGO Sets. Pleasure guaranteed. 

Note: You do not have to register to the Convention to visit Exhibition.

Becoming a volunteer 
Would you like to participate in the Brickomanie convention without being an exhibitor? Are you interested in experiencing an exhibit for the first time without too many complications? Do you know people who would like to contribute to Brickomanie in their own way? That’s great, because we are currently looking for volunteers for the November event!

Brief history 
In 2014, Marc-André Caron and Jonathan Bussière decided to unite their passion for small bricks to launch the first LEGO convention in Quebec. In the beginning, the idea was to create an event that would be a celebration as much for the exhibitors as for the visitors. 
The first two editions were held at the Cosmodôme in Laval. In 2016, we moved to Collège Champlain in Saint-Lambert, because it became impossible for us to return to the Cosmodôme for security reasons. 
In 2017, Marc-André Caron decided to quit the adventure and to leave the reins to Jonathan Bussière. He chose to assemble a team and to refocus the event (new name, new image and new structure). The fourth edition took place in the former Future Shop in Quartier DIX30 and it attracted over 8,000 visitors.
In 2018,the organizing committee selected The Coop Pavilion in St-Hyacinthe, Quebec. A very compatible spot for our needs and values. The event was held on November 9th, 10th and 11th,and we welcome over 7000 visitors.
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Frequently asked questions (FAQs) 
How much time should we plan to see the entire exhibit ? 
Plan for at least an hour and a half, but if you take time to look at each piece attentively and talk to the exhibitors, it is possible that you will spend a large part of the day. 
Will it be possible to buy LEGOs on site ? 
Yes, there will be vendors on site who will be there to advise you. Please feel free to ask them questions, because they are also true enthusiasts. Please note that most of our vendors do not accept cash payment. 
Are the baby-carriage allowed on site ? 
Only the umbrella type of baby carriage is allowed on site. We have a supervised carriage parking at the checkroom
Will the exhibit be accessible to those with reduced mobility ? 
Yes, the space is 100% accessible to those with reduced mobility. Furthermore, although animals are forbidden, guide dogs and service dogs are authorized. 
Is the exhibit organized by the LEGO group ? 
No, Brickomanie is the initiative of enthusiasts poeple of small bricks who wanted to create a unique event dedicated to LEGO bricks 
Will there be a coat check on site ? 
Yes, but Brickomanie is in no way responsible for any loss or theft.