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Best LEGO creations at LEGOLAND Florida

When you go to visit Legoland Florida you know you’re going to see Legos but what you may not realize is that these Legos aren’t just scattered around the floor for kids to pick up and play with, they have actually been put together to recreate some of the most popular landmarks in the world! And you’ll be amazed at the incredible detail that has gone in to each creation, particularly the Lego buildings in Miniland U.S.A. 

Daytona International Speedway – Located in the expanded Florida area of Miniland U.S.A., the Lego recreation of the Daytona International Speedway will make you feel like you’re actually looking down at the famous track. Complete with a crowd of cheering spectators, the track, and racecars, this Lego display is spot on!

Kennedy Space Center – If you’ve ever wanted an up close look at the Kennedy Space Center and all of its workings, now you can at the Kennedy Space Center Lego display. Guests will be ale to experience the space center’s shuttle launch, astronaut training and Rocket Garden all made of Lego’s. Talk about out of this world!

California – The Lego California display lets you see the most famous landmarks in Southern California including Pier 39, the Golden Gate Bridge, Greumann’s Chinese Theater and more all in one place and all with incredible likeness to the real thing!

New York –Filled with New York’s most popular landmarks including the fountain in Rockerfellar Plaza, which actually shoots out water from tiny jets; the bustling streets of Times Square filled with tons of tiny yellow taxis; The Statue of Liberty; The Empire State Building; The Bronx Zoo and so much more, this display is just as amazing as the city itself.

Las Vegas – Take a gamble at the Las Vegas Lego creation and you’ll be welcomed by the famous  “Welcome to Las Vegas” sign and take a walk up and down the Strip where such famous hotels as the Luxor, Excalibur, Mirage, Tropicana, MGM Grand, Venetian and more reside. The Lego Strip also features mini wedding chapels, monorails and real-life sounds from the city.

In total, there were 50 million bricks used in the making of Legoland Florida and only 30 million of them are in Miniland U.S.A. So where are the other 20 million? They are in other amazing displays throughout the park.

A Southern Belle dressed in a yellow dress with a white hat greets guests upon entrance to the park, Lego-made police officers and fire fighters keep watch near Rescue Academy, and tons of animals make up the rest of the 20 million Legos.

For your chance to see the top Lego creations at Legoland Florida look for discounted tickets right here on Orlando Fun Tickets. And don’t forget to choose the Water Park option for even more Legoland fun this summer!