Prepare to look around with childish glee
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Powerchair
The Lego store is a marvel, there is a tube carriage made out of Lego which can have your photo taken in alongside William Shakespeare, there is a gigantic model of Big Ben and there is a snake/Dragon winding its way through the floors of the store. This is just a handful of the innovative way that Lego have personalised their London store. Every Lego set you could possibly imagine under one roof plus the station to build your own mini figures brings a childish smile to anyone's face, including mine! A bonus is that they will only allow a certain number of people in the store and operate queueing policy outside, however wheelchair users do not need to queue.
Transport & Parking
If you have the patience to look for an on street parking space, there are some available. The nearby tube stations are not accessible so I would recommend getting the trip to Green Park station and either taking the bus to Piccadilly Circus or rolling the 0.7 mile to Leicester Square.
The story is fully accessible with step free access and the lift to all levels.
Staff are incredibly friendly and will come and check on you whenever you visit.
Anything else you wish to tell us?
There are a few London Lego sets that are exclusive to the store and very reasonably priced should you be inclined!