Legoland Florida Continues to Take Shape!

June 24, 2011 7:57pm
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Although admittedly I don’t think we’ll be going there all the time like we do with Disney World today, watching videos like this is getting me pretty excited to see how Legoland Florida is actually going to turn out…

Just seeing them haul those gigantic models off of the trucks, with each one taking up entire pallets a piece – MiniLand USA all by itself is going to be something to see when this place is finally done in only a few short months now! It also makes me wonder about some of the more operational questions that I guess I’ve never really even considered before. Namely, how do they keep all of the models clean??? I mean, Downtown Disney has a bunch of outdoor displays and theirs never really look dirty, or even all bleached out from constant exposure to the sun, for that matter. Maybe just like how Disney steam-cleans the streets in the Magic Kingdom every night, they also have people to hose down the LEGO models and keep them looking fresh, too!

As for the sun, I can only imagine that they have to keep extras on hand just in case something gets broken, or eventually to swap things out to account for general wear and tear. I would love to learn more about that kind of stuff if they have any sorts of behind the scenes tours once they open!

Here’s another neat, considerably longer video that LEGO themselves produced to give people an overview of what to expect out of the new park…

In particular, I love the slogan at the very end – “Legoland Florida is the park that you would build if you had fifty million bricks…”

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