While we were walking along the Fort last Sunday after dinner, we checked out the Lego Miniland. Oh boy, seeing the exhibit brought me back to my childhood. I wished I was still young so that I can enjoy every bit of the displays, the toys, everything!
I know Lego is good for all ages. However, it would be nice to have most of your weekends and summer playing lego all day long. I don’t have that luxury anymore because I love to do so many things. So games with lego is out for me.
That’s why I felt it was a great treat to walk around the Lego Miniland at the Bonifacio High street. We stopped by for around 15-20 minutes. I took some photos, admired most of the toys on display, and had some sentimental moments while I was at it, haha!
The highlight for me is the figurines on display. All of them were built with lego. There were community of figurines as well that looked so colourful and so lively! I’m sure every one would enjoy looking at them.
Star Wars fans would love this exhibit as most of the big lego figurines are a tribute to the franchise. Life-size Darth Vader, who wouldn’t want it, right?
I think Darth Vader ‘lego’ version is taller than me. Take note, every single piece of it was made of lego except for the red sword. You should really check it out. My picture don’t do justice. It’s way prettier in person!
Of course, other popular characters of Star Wars won’t be absent. They’re so cute, aren’t they?
I must say that the brain behind this Lego Miniland at Bonifacio High Street must love Star Wars so much that he/she even have a complete setup of Star Wars! It features popular scenes in Star Wars. Coolness galore!
Lastly, Lego is not only for boys but also for girls! Look! A life-size Olivia! This particular figurine was made of 2,000 to 3,000 pieces of lego. According to news, they completed setup of Olivia in 2-3 days.
If you feel inspired and would want to build figurines like this in the exhibit, Lego sells beginner packs as well as advanced ones.
The Lego Miniland exhibit runs from October 26 to November 24, 2013. Free entrance. You still have one more week to go. Make sure you bring your cameras and the inner child in you 🙂