Explore the World with new additions at Miniland
Explore more of the world's most famous landmarks at Miniland!
Brand new from 9 March, guests can now enjoy iconic additions from across the globe, as Miniland includes landmarks from India, Russia, Australia, and China for the very first time.
Taking 55 LEGOLAND Model Makers more than 12,000 hours to build, families can now take in the sights at Miniland ‘Explore the World’, from the majestic 47,000 brick Taj Mahal (Agra) complete with a mini LEGO version of ‘Diana’s bench’, to the St. Basil’s Cathedral (Moscow) with its multi-coloured roof, spectacularly recreated with thirteen different colour LEGO bricks.
The Forbidden City (Beijing) took a whopping 700 hours to design and build also joins the line-up, along with The Sydney Opera House (Sydney) made up of 204,000 bricks - the most bricks of all the new landmarks - and an impressive three-metre-long LEGO Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Miniland has been at the heart of the LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort since it opened in 1996. Now with twelve countries made from over 40 million bricks, guests can stroll from the UK to Australia in under five minutes, allowing you to explore even more!
This story is all part of the #SomethingsHatching Easter campaign, where you can find out about other exciting new arrivals, openings and launches at top UK attractions!