If you have ever been to Covent Garden in London then you will recognise the market hall which normally has tours outside. The lego version in Legoland didn’t have as many tourists outside, but it is still brilliant.
The Guard Mounting, or the Changing of the Guard is a formal ceremony in which sentries proving ceremonial guard duties at the important institutions such as Buckingham Palace are relieved by other sentries. The Legoland Guard mounting ceremony is very accurate and the guards even move in formation.
The lego version of London is really impressive. The Millennium Eye towers over the modelled Thames river with the Millennium Bridge adjacent, St. Pauls Cathedral and the Houses of Parlament in the distance. It looks like the giant humans are about to stomp on the cathedral. I was really surprised that they were able to model the eye using lego.
The lego masterbuilders have gone to such detail in building the lego village, in the middle of the water is a island with an inn, Pilchard Inn. The details of all the buildings and bridges are amazing. If you ever get to visit Legoland and the lego village then it is worth taking your time admiring the models otherwise you might miss the small details.
The lego village at Legoland has modelled the world, everything from Great Britain to America. Amsterdam in Holland has been modelled in lego. The city is famous for its canals throughout the city and their unique bridges crossing the canals. The barges travel through the canals using an underwater pulley. It all adds to the realism.
The city of Amsterdam has been modelled in lego at Legoland. There is such an amazing amount of detail in the canal barges, the bridges, and the buildings. With the canal barges moving on the pulley system the diorama is always changing. If I were to add more detail then I would make the bridges move up and down.