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Life-Sized LEGO Technic Bugatti Chiron to be Displayed at LEGOLAND California

When LEGO revealed the LEGO Technic Bugatti Chiron (42083) last year, they also did a life-sized version of the vehicle. Starting next week, Southern California residents will be able to see it for a limited time at LEGOLAND California. They have announced that starting on December 5, the LEGO Technic Bugatti Chiron will be on display at The Big Shop. This car is a 1:1 replica of the world’s fastest car that is made entirely out of Technic bricks and is powered by Power Function motors.

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LEGO Star Wars Miniland Leaving LEGOLAND California in January

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Today, LEGOLAND California has announced that the LEGO Star Wars Miniland will be going away next year. For the past 8 years, fans have been able to enjoy some of memorable scenes from the Star Wars Saga which a scene from each of the seven Star Wars movies that are replicated in a 1:20 scale. The last day to see it will be on January 6, 2020 so as of this writing, you have 53 days left until it goes away forever. There’s no word at this time on what will be replacing LEGO Star Wars Miniland.

Carlsbad, CA (November 13, 2019) Come seek the Force at the LEGO® Star Wars™ Miniland model display at LEGOLAND as we say goodbye! For 8 years, millions of LEGOLAND guests around the world have enjoyed experiencing the iconic saga by seeing scenes from each of the seven live-action STAR WARS™ movies replicated in 1:20 scale using more than 1.5 million LEGO bricks.

“Since opening in 2011 with additions made year after year, the LEGO® Star Wars™ Miniland model display has been popular for children and their parents,” said LEGOLAND® California Resort General Manager Peter Ronchetti. “We are thrilled we were able to bring this generational experience to our guests and hope those who have yet to see it, or want to revisit with their friends, will come experience LEGO®Star Wars™ Miniland before it leaves us in January and before we prepare to build new memorable experiences for guests.”

The LEGO Star Wars™ Miniland model display has taken park guests

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LEGOLAND Shanghai Announced for 2023 Opening

It has been announced that a new LEGOLAND theme park will be built in the Jinshan District of Shanghai, China. After its completion in 2023, it will be the largest LEGOLAND park in the world and it will also include a themed hotel as well. It was previously reported earlier this year it would be opening in the Qingpu District but it looks like that has changed. LEGOLAND Shanghai will be the third LEGOLAND park to be opening in the next few years after LEGOLAND New York in 2020 and LEGOLAND Korea in 2022.

Merlin Entertainments (“Merlin” or “the Company”), a global leader in location based entertainment with brands including LEGOLAND®, Madame Tussauds and the Dungeons, today announces that it has entered into an agreement with the Shanghai Jinshan District Government, CMC Inc. and KIRKBI to develop a LEGOLAND® Resort in the Jinshan District of Shanghai, China.

Under the terms of the agreement, all parties will form a joint venture company and contribute funding to the construction and development of LEGOLAND® Shanghai. The total project investment is expected to be approximately £500 million. The schedule for the project is still to be determined, but the project is not expected to open until after 2023.

LEGOLAND® Shanghai will be one of the largest LEGOLAND® Resorts in the world and will incorporate a 250-room fully themed hotel on opening. It will be located in the Jinshan District in south west Shanghai with a two-hour catchment of 55 million people. The region comprising Shanghai, Jiangsu, Zhejiang and Anhui has

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Kirkbi A/S to Acquire Merlin Entertainments

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Here’s a big piece of news that came in the middle of the night regarding LEGOLAND parks around the world. The LEGO Group’s parent company, Kirkbi A/S,, has announced that they have purchased Merlin Entertainments for £4.8bn. This means that LEGO will take control of LEGOLAND parks again after selling them to Merlin back in 2005. Reacquiring the parks allow LEGO to “grow all branded experiences across its Midway Attractions, LEGOLAND Parks and Resort Theme Parks.” I think this is a great move that LEGO will be running the show again at the parks and it’ll be interesting to see what will happen after the changes. Maybe we’ll finally be able to earn VIPs when shopping there.

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LEGOLAND Park (40346) Available at LEGOLAND Discovery Centers

LEGOLAND Park (40346)

For those who have been wondering if the exclusive LEGOLAND Park (40346) would be available at LEGOLAND Discovery Centers, I can confirm that they are being sold there as well. Thanks to Gordon who sent in an image from the LEGOLAND Discovery Center Dallas/Fort Worth. It is being sold there for $90 so it’s on par as far as pricing goes. I suggest calling your nearest Discovery Center before heading out as I can not confirm that all the Discovery Centers have them in stock.

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LEGOLAND Park (40346) Exclusive Now Available Worldwide

LEGOLAND Park (40346)

There have been a few reports that the exclusive LEGOLAND Park (40346) set is now available at parks worldwide. I’ve had a reader message in saying that LEGOLAND California has it at The Big Shop for $89.95. The set has 1,336 pieces and it features a number of attractions found at the park. I’m not sure if it will be available at LEGOLAND Discover Centers or not but if you see them there, let us know in the comments.

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LEGOLAND Park (40346) Official Set Images

LEGO LEGOLAND Park (40346)

A few days ago, we go our first look at the exclusive LEGOLAND Park (40346) and there are now official images of the set. As expected, the names on the main gate are stickers so you can use a number of locations for the LEGOLAND park including California, Florida, New York, Windsow, Deutschland, Billund, Dubai, Malaysia, and Japan. The set also includes a number of attractions that can be found at LEGOLAND parks worldwide. It is currently available at select parks and will be available at all parks starting on June 1. No word yet on whether it will be available at LEGOLAND Discovery Centers or at LEGO Brand Stores later on.

LEGO LEGOLAND Park (40346)

LEGO LEGOLAND Park (40346)

LEGO LEGOLAND Park (40346)

LEGO LEGOLAND Park (40346)

LEGO LEGOLAND Park (40346)

LEGO LEGOLAND Park (40346)

LEGO LEGOLAND Park (40346)

LEGO LEGOLAND Park (40346)

LEGO LEGOLAND Park (40346)

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