If you ever wanted to visit three wonders of the world at the same time – you now can.
Legoland Windsor has painstakingly created miniature versions of Sydney Opera House, China’s Forbidden City and the Golden Gate Bridge at its theme park in Berkshire.
Nearly two million bricks were used to build an extension of the park’s famous Miniland area, where scaled down versions of iconic places around the world replicated in Lego form.
Fans will now be able to wander around Miniland USA and marvel at a miniature White House, complete with a presidential limousine and helicopter (though a scaled-down version of President Trump is not included).
It also features a tiny version of New York with the Statue of Liberty just inches away from a bustling Times Square, packed with Lego tourists. While the iconic Golden Gate Bridge is visible behind an equally iconic Hollywood sign.
Nearly two million Lego bricks were used to create the new areas unveiled today as part of the extension, bringing the total number of bricks to over 40 million.
It took a team of 55 model makers from model shops across the world, 12,000 hours (or 500 days) to create the new additions to Miniland. Model maker Kat James was pictured putting the final touches to the structures on Tuesday, ahead of its official opening today.
Fans will now be able to wander around Miniland USA and marvel at a miniature White House, complete with a presidential limousine and helicopter (though a scaled-down version of President Trump is not included)
Legoland Windsor model maker Kat James puts the finishing touches on a model as they unveil new iconic additions to its world famous Miniland attraction in Berkshire
The extension to Miniland, a scaled-down area of wonder at Legoland Windsor in Berkshire, now features a replica of the Sydney Opera house (above)
The Taj Mahal at Legoland Windsor Resort as they unveil new iconic additions to its world famous Miniland attraction
The Forbidden City in China
New York, New York! The iconic Times Square is pictured next to the Empire State building
Pictured: Model maker Kat James takes a brief break from putting the painstaking new additions together
The White House at LEGOLAND Windsor Resort
It also features a tiny version of New York with the Statue of Liberty just inches away from a bustling Times Square, packed with Lego tourists
Bird’s eye view: A photograph above the new area shows the Golden Gate Bridge (centre) across a lake and the shadow cast by the Empire State Building
Finishing touches: Model maker Kat James photographed on Tuesday, March 13, making the final alterations ahead of its opening tomorrow
Times Square: Tourists pack the Lego take of the New York hot spot complete with hot dog vendors, street dancers, the iconic yellow cabs and billboard signs
Road trip! A Lego campervan, complete with luggage on the roof, makes its way along Route 66
Pictured: The US President’s motorcade
Country life: An Indian elephant is photographed being tended to by a caretaker as a farmer wheels stock in his cart drawn by cows in a typically rural scene in Lego version