- Tour the newest addition to the LEGO® Star Wars™ area in MINILAND USA with a Master Model Builder and learn exclusive model tips and insights.
- Meet and Greet opportunities with NEW character LEGO Captain Phasma and LEGO Darth Vader.
- Find the missing LEGO lightsabers throughout Imagination Zone for a chance to win LEGO prizes.
- Use The Force and build a Star Wars™ themed model during the Galaxy Competition Build.
- Snap a photo with the world’s largest LEGO Yoda model, LEGO Chewbacca and LEGO Rey.
- Explore the LEGO® Star Wars™ universe through the lens of talented fan photographers in this exclusive exhibit. Then enter for a chance to win a photo!
- And much more!
Thursday, May 3, 2018
LEGOLAND® Florida Resort Set to Unveil Massive LEGO® Star Wars™: The Force Awakens MINILAND Model Display
Where are all my Lego and Star Wars Fans? This one is for you.
On , LEGO® Star Wars™: The Force Awakens MINILAND Model Display will take its final landing place in the center of LEGOLAND® Florida Resort’s outdoor LEGO display area of the theme park. Created by a team of Master Model Builders, the giant display will feature memorable moments from Episode VII of the popular Star Wars™ saga enhanced with lights, sound effects and animation. The model addition includes the 16-foot-long Star Destroyer Finalizer, made of more than 350,000 LEGO bricks.
LEGO® Star Wars™: The Force Awakens MINILAND Model Display includes six exciting scenes set on the planet of Jakku, from Star Wars: The Force Awakens which include: Kylo Ren’s capture of Poe; Rey’s rescue of BB-8; Poe and Finn’s escape from the Star Destroyer Finalizer; The wreck of Finn and Poe’s TIE Fighter; Rey, Finn and BB-8’s escape from Niima Outpost; and the escape from the Starship Graveyard.
New Display Will Be the Centerpiece of the Popular Event
LEGO® Star Wars™ Days , 12–13 & 19-20
Just in time for the installation of LEGO® Star Wars™: The Force Awakens MINILAND Model Display, a brand new character has arrived at LEGOLAND Florida Resort. The fearsome First Order Stormtrooper of the blockbuster Star Wars™ film franchise, LEGO® Captain Phasma was spotted inspecting the model to ensure perfection ahead of its installation. The giant new model is the highlight of LEGO® Star Wars™ Days. This exclusive LEGOLAND event begins and runs for three consecutive weekends – more event days than ever before. All activities are included with all forms of park admission. No extra ticket or Jedi mind tricks required for the only LEGO® Star Wars™ theme park event in Central Florida.
Event activities include:
LEGOLAND Florida Resort features more than 50 rides, shows and attractions inspired by popular LEGO and DUPLO® brands, including awesome experiences based on “The LEGO Movie™,” “LEGO NINJAGO®: Masters of Spinjitzu,” LEGO NEXO KNIGHTS™, LEGO City, LEGO Technic and LEGO Friends, plus LEGOLAND Water Park and on-site accommodations at the 152-room LEGOLAND Hotel and the 166-room LEGOLAND Beach Retreat.
Throughout the year, guests can enjoy an incredible lineup of special events included with all forms of theme park admission. Upcoming events include Brick or Treat (select dates in October), KIDZ BOP Weekend (), Christmas Bricktacular (select dates in December) and Kids' New Year's Eve Party (select dates in late December).
For more information about visiting LEGOLAND Florida Resort, including multi-day vacation packages, savings on advance purchase of admission tickets, “edu-taining” field trip programs, VIP experiences, military discounts and much more, visit www.LEGOLAND.com/florida.
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