Lego has really stood the test of time. It took around 20 years until it became insanely popular, but it was never destined to be a fad.
Now the toy company is celebrating its 60th anniversary since the Lego brick was invented.
Walmart is even celebrating the classic toy by selling limited-edition Lego sets. You can buy these large sets for the price of what you would pay back in 1958!
The best thing about Lego was that it was simple. All you had to do was use your imagination, and that meant there was an endless possibility as to what you could make with a large selection of plastic blocks. If you had enough bricks you could build a town!
When you were a kid, you probably played with Lego a lot, but how have the toys and the packaging changed over the years? It's actually quite interesting.
The plastic toys were created by Godtfred Kirk Christansen in Denmark in 1958, but the Lego factory got its start way before that.
They first opened in 1939, and had 10 employees, selling toys exclusively inside their own country. By the late 1950s, the company started selling its products internationally, and that's when all the fun started...