LEGO Store opens in the Cherry Hill Mall [photos]

Over the weekend hundreds flocked to Cherry Hill Mall for the opening of the first LEGO store in South Jersey. The new store featured a full selection of products, an interactive play area, famous LEGO model displays, company history and fun facts to entertain the guests. 

The only other Lego stores in the Greater Philadelphia area are one in the King of Prussia Mall and one in Christiana Mall in Delaware.

“We are thrilled to announce The LEGO Store is now open at Cherry Hill Mall, bringing this iconic brand to South Jersey just in time for the holiday season,” said Lisa Wolstromer, mall marketing director.

The Cherry Hill Mall, owned, managed and leased by Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Truest (PREIT) is also bringing back its classic Hess Truck display and a the DreamWorks’ Santa house.  

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(Revised: Story now includes mention of a Lego store in Delaware)

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