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Incredible Lego Miniland Cities, Part 2





In the slide show above, you're viewing photos of Lego Washington DC, Lego New York City...and the new Lego Star Wars scenes! In the pictures of the Lego White House, US Capitol Building and other monuments, you can note the detail with which these Lego buildings are constructed. And as you can tell by the pictures of the Lego Guggenheim Museum, Manhattan skyscrapers, and Bronx Zoo, Lego's miniland cities are nothing short of a true work of art!








Lego Miniland Cities

Lego Washington DC!

Picture: The White House made entirely of Lego bricks!  Legoland California On your left, you see the White House---made entirely of Lego bricks! Needless to say, all of the re-created buildings here at Legoland's Miniland were completely and thoroughly researched before their design was ever begun...in order to bring you completely accurate replicas!

In front of the White House, you'll see carefully crafted miniature shrubs & trees. In the Christmastime version of the White House, Santa and his sleigh even make a rooftop stop to deliver gifts!

Though we haven't shown it in a photo, you'll see a made-of-Legos miniature inaugural parade driving down the streets of Lego Washington DC! During the Clinton administration, the parade included mini Lego Bill and Hillary Clinton...and after that, the parade featured mini George W. and Laura Bush! Next, of course, it was Lego President Obama and his wife's turn. This rotation of the presidents is just one of many fine details that helps to make Legoland's "Miniland" section so visually stunning.



Photo: The Lincoln Memorial made entirely out of Lego bricks! Legoland California Most of the major national monuments and famous buildings of Washington DC have their little bitty counterparts here in Legoland California. You'll find the Lego Washington Monument, the Lego Lincoln Memorial, the Lego Jefferson Memorial, and the Lego Smithsonian Institute...and even THAT'S not the whole list!

This Lego Washington DC exhibit should be seen twice---once during the broad daylight for admiring all of its little details, and then again at twilight, when Legoland California completely lights the set...giving it a glowing, romantic look. Of all the city scenes at Legoland, though, we think that the evening lighting of our nation's monuments in the Washington DC set is the most beautiful of all!









Lego Miniland Cities --

Lego New York City!

Photo: Statue of Liberty made entirely of Lego bricks!  Legoland California Here's a replica of still another national monument dear to the hearts of Americans---the Statue of Liberty! (As always, you'll notice great detail included by Legoland's master builders!)

Although you can see most of the Lego New York City exhibit on foot, the best view of the Statue of Liberty replica (which is out in the Legoland Lake) is on the Legoland California's "Coast Cruise" ride. (You can discover that great-for-all-ages boat trip on the "Legoland Cruise" page of this section.)

What's a replica of New York City without mimicking the Big Apple's bustling street scene? You'll see PLENTY of whimsical details of life in the big city within Lego NYC. You can see taxis hauling their fares, and folks scurrying to and fro...doing their shopping and getting to their appointments.




Photo: New York City made entirely of Lego bricks!  Legoland California






In the picture to your right, you can see an overview of the Legoland NYC skyline...complete with the Brooklyn Bridge in the front, and the Statue of Liberty (on "Liberty Island" in the water) in the background.



Photo: The Empire State Building and other New York skyscrapers made entirely of Lego bricks!
In the photo to your left, you see the Lego Empire State Building and other skyscrapers of Miniland New York---featuring the world-famous Empire State Building. Recently, this Lego Mini City was completely refurbished AND Legoland added a brand new attraction---the Freedom Towers (replicas of the buildings being build on the site of the never-to-be-forgotten twin towers of the World Trade Center.)

The Statue of Liberty, the skyscrapers of the Big Apple and the bustling street scenes in themselves would make a great display...but in true Legoland style (to squeeze in as much fun as possible!), there are still MORE New York City reproductions to be found here/

For example, the Guggenheim Museum is here in it's mini-version...that architectural spectacle full of delights for city visitors. You'll find Rockefeller Center and Central Park...and more!...all very thoroughly detailed. You'll feel like you were really there!








Enjoy Lego Star Wars Scenes!

The Lego versions of Florida's Space Center and Daytona Speedway have been moved to make way for Star Wars scenes



Large Star Wars exhibit opened in Miniland for Spring, 2011; new additions made in 2012! The Lego Space Center and Daytona Speedway have been moved from the park to make room for Star Wars!

Legoland California always had a soft spot for the Star Wars characters. After all, the Lego versions of Darth Vader, R2D2 and Chewbacca have already been at Legoland for a number of years. And, Legoland has sold Star Wars building kits for years, as well...so you can make your own Death Star and X-wing Fighters (and more) at home...entirely out of Lego bricks! So, what is new about the Star Wars Miniland exhibit?

The Miniland exhibit features scenes from all 6 Star Wars movies, that's what! Though miniature in size, this exhibit spans the entire series, including not only characters, but also scenery, famous buildings, space craft, ground vehicles...and everything it takes to make guests feel like they're viewing their favorite scenes from the movies!

What's your favorite Star Wars place? Naboo? Tattooine? Endor? Hoth? They're all represented at Miniland...and even MORE!

Photo: Star Wars Miniland--Geonosis arena made entirely of Lego bricks! Padme Amidala, Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi battle giant beasts.Star Wars fans will want to try to spot their favorite movie characters, as well. All the major characters are represented---Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, Darth Vader/Anakin Skywalker, Padme Amidala, Obi Wan Kenobi, Yoda, C3PO, R2D2...and more. As you look through the different scenes of the exhibit, you can try to see how many of them you can spot!

In the picture to your left, Padme Amidala, Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi battle giant beasts in the Legoland version of the Geonosis arena.


Photo: Star Wars Miniland--Battle scene on the ice world of Hoth...made  entirely of Lego bricks!






Pictured to your right, you can see the Star Wars location of Hoth, a snowy, icy world where the infamous Battle of Hoth took place (that turned out to be quite destructive for our heroes in the Rebel Alliance.)




Photo: Star Wars Miniland--Mos Eisley Cantina on Luke Skywalker's home planet of Tatooine...made  entirely of Lego bricks!




To your left, you can see the Star Wars Miniland--Mos Eisley Cantina on Luke Skywalker's home planet of Tatooine...made entirely of Lego bricks. Even the cantina's numerous patrons are made out of Legos!







Photo: Star Wars Miniland--Darth Vader arrives on the forest moon of Endor. Both the characters and the spacecraft are made  entirely of Lego bricks!






To your right, you can witness Darth Vader arriving on the forest moon of Endor. Both the characters and the spacecraft itself are made out of Legos!



















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