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What to do with a million Lego pieces

This past week Charlotte and I ran down to Central Florida.

I say “Ran down”, but it was 9 hours of straight driving eating Pringles and popping Starbucks. At any rate, one of the days we got to visit Florida’s newest theme park attraction Legoland and one of the coolest things you get to see are the gobs and gobs of  creations placed around the park.

Absolutely engineering marvels.

Maybe a bit nerdy….

But most definitely aweworthy.

Like Darth Vader.

So if Santa brings you 34,000 sets of legos this year, here is just a little inspiration:

See any recognizable cities?


And I loved this with a little shark…

I have tons more photos…apparently you can make ANYTHING with a Lego, but I figured this post is long enough. I’ll do another one for the rest.

Do your kids (or you) play with Legos? I know my vacuum does on occasion…



20 thoughts on “What to do with a million Lego pieces”

  1. I LOVE this!! We love nerdy and so my family is planning a trip this summer to Orlando to go to Legoland. Looks like tons of fun for us.

  2. I went to Legoland in California when I was about 13, and I remember being completely blown away by all the amazing Lego creations. I’m so attached to my Legos, in fact, that at the age of 25 I find they are the only childhood toy I can’t bear to part with!

  3. Those are SO awesome! I wasn’t sure if I wanted to go there because I thought it was going to be just for kids, but I REALLY want to go there now, just from your photos. I am so much in AWE of what they can do, I have to go and take photos.
    I can’t wait to see your next post. =)

  4. We went over Thanksgiving break and had the best time. Since we are less than 2 hours away, our goal is to get back somehow over Christmas break to finsih up the half we missed. It was AWESOME!!!!!!

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