The largest Lego snow globe in the world has been put on display in London’s Covent Garden.
Holidays are here.
And the largest Lego snow globe in the world has been completed and put on display in London’s Covent Garden.
At nearly 10 feet tall, the structure took 6 people 75 days and about 120 thousand blocks to build.
The Lego master who designed and supervised the build is the first to be certified in the UK by the toy company.
Featured inside are 14 of the London’s most famous landmarks including Buckingham Palace and Big Ben.
The cityscape has working lights and on demand can become blanketed in beautiful white snow.
Onlookers are invited to push a button and marvel in their own power as they control London’s wintry weather.
Even cooler is that viewers can walk through an inside tunnel and become a Godzilla-sized giant peering down at the city over the top of the London Eye.
Admission is free, but the spectacle won’t be around for long. The last scheduled day of display is December 22nd. It’s located in the west piazza of the garden.
How do you like the snow globe?