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Legoland California announces Star Wars attraction
Legoland California will be the first Legoland theme park to launch a Star Wars Miniland area. The Star Wars Miniland, which will have models of favorite Star Wars scenes constructed entirely of Legos, is set to open March 31.
Eight famous Star Wars scenes will be built in a 1:20 scale. The project will take more than 1.5 million Legos and, we're guessing, a dash of The Force.
The scenes will encompass the stories told in all six Star Wars movies and the Star Wars: The Clone Wars animated TV series and be arranged chronologically. The models will be up to 6 feet tall, and some of them will be built to move or perform other actions when theme park visitors press buttons at the exhibit.
Legoland California also promises life-size models of Chewbacca, R2D2 and Darth Vader for family photo ops.
Two more Legoland parks - Legoland Deutschland in Gunzburg, Germany, and Legoland Billund in Billund, Denmark - will introduce Star Wars Minilands later this year.