I'm sure I picked up somewhere that LEGO turns 60 in 2018, just waiting for their PR machine to kick in!
Let's leave aside the thousands of bits of LEGO that wash up on the shores in South West England, it does seem to me that LEGO try and present an modern world awareness. This is good because I have bought and constructed a significant number of LEGO sets in my 60 years - all for the benefit of children then grandchild of course. Despite some of them being quite complex I have always considered the exercise more fun, easier and more satisfying than the grown up version, making up flat pack furniture.
So a LEGO visit with the next generation will be a pleasurable #60at60, not a challenge (I hope!).
LEGO made it nice and local for me, by taking the History of the World exhibition to the Chatham Historic Dockyard and so we went in September on a wet day which made it all the better to visit and in door attraction. My favourite piece was Rochester Castle, adventure grandson liked the depiction of early underground railway construction