Located in Fort Worth, Rogue Brick serves LEGO enthusiasts from all over the DFW metroplex. Creatives of all ages are free to build whatever they choose. Follow instructions or follow your heart, just build something special with us.
The buildspace portion of Rogue Brick is vast and features a separate event space. Our space is community-driven but open & spread out enough for you to build something as large as you like. Featuring a 30-foot supply of LEGOs, you can be as ambitious as you want and build anything that comes to mind. Should you need help or inspiration, our building mentors are always standing by.
Our memberships also come with unique perks, like being notified first when we're offering event booking discounts or early access to special events. If you'd like more information about Rogue Brick memberships, we encourage you to contact us today!
Daily Passes: $10
Adults Free with Paid Kids
$5 Each Additional Sibling
$20 for Additional Siblings
$80 for families regardless of size
Individual Membership: $400/year
Family Membership: $800/year
Rogue Brick Is Built For All Ages
For our youngest builders, we have a dedicated area for LEGO's DUPLO line of blocks. These larger, more whimsical bricks are for little builders with big imaginations. In the general building area we offer bricks of all kinds as far as the eye can see and feature builds on display from our most talented builders.
Lastly, our buildspace is largely unplugged, with the exception of occasional movie screenings. This means the focus is on collective invention and fun, rather than on screens. When you take a break from creating, you can fill a box with assorted LEGOs, build a minifigure, or grab your new favorite set in our retail area.
The LEGO experts on our team maintain a curated selection of specialty sets and bulk bricks at all times. They also put their expertise to work, helping you find any unique items we don't have on our shelves.
Events at Rogue Brick
From birthday parties to adult fans of LEGO working together to build something massive; our event space is perfect for anyone who wants to bring a large group to Rogue Brick.
Rogue Brick Builders
Ryan McBryde, co-owner
How would you encourage younger or less experienced LEGO builders who admire your work?
I just want people to build what they’re passionate about. If they want it to look a certain way, look at your source material more than you look at your own work. If you can’t figure out how to build something, look at what techniques other builders use. Build with others as much as you can, it’s more fun. Display your builds online or at conventions; somebody will have a better day because of it.
Rachel McBryde, co-owner
Joel Tyer, camp instructor
When and how did you get started building with LEGO?
I first started building with Lego when I was around four. I built with my older brother’s bricks until I got my first set. From then, I played and built with Lego until I was 12, when I discovered the online Lego community. After this, I started to improve my building techniques and slowly got to where I am today.