Even with gigantic stadiums dotting the earth, it’s hard for us to imagine just how massive the Empire’s Death Star really was. Over in California’s Legoland they recently added a scale model of the Death Star to their collection, and using around half a million bricks it still ended being only about eight-feet in…
Ever been to Legoland, man? Ever been to Legoland on waterslides? Visitors to Legoland Malaysia will soon be able to, once the largest such waterpark on Earth opens in mid-October.
You'd hope Lego had more sense than this—though at least it's not as bad as some of the crap that's featured on the brilliant Royal Wedding Tat tumblr (seriously, Prince William and Kate Middleton Pez dispensers?!)
Watch this hunk of junk do the Legoland Run in under twelve parsecs. Well under. Plus first looks at the Miniland-scale X-Wing, AT-AT, and more. We definitely need to have a Gizmodo party at Legoland.
Guess who's coming to LEGOLAND California? I'll give you one hint: It's, uh, whoever you like from Star Wars. I mean, come on. It's in the title. A new Star Wars miniland is opening March with 2,000 hand-built models.
Holy crippity crap! It's a giant Lego pharaoh floating down river Thames. Have mummies in the British museum come back as zombies to find that Legos are easier to build with than stone? Not quite.
The title of world's tallest LEGO tower just shifted from California to Toronto, where energetic LEGO Master builders Erik Therkelsen (at left), Per Knudsen and 12,000 of their closest friends stacked up enough of the plastic bricks—more than 465,000 of them—to create a 96.1-footer.