Glastonbury starts early at the LEGOLAND Windsor Resort

Glastonbury is coming early at the LEGOLAND Windsor Resort, as the Model Making team have refreshed the Miniland Glastonbury stage and added some of the stars who will be performing at the festival this year. A blocky version of LEGO House singer Ed Sheeran is joined by brick recreations of Radiohead and the Foo Fighters.

The Resort’s talented Model Making team have created 10cm high LEGO® creations of superstar headliners Ed Sheeran, Radiohead and the Foo Fighters, all performing on the famous Pyramid Stage. The Miniland festival scene takes every little detail into account – from miniature portaloos, tents, festival-goers mud sliding and even a tiny recreation of the famous giant colourful letters that spell out Glastonbury. The scene is made up of around 9,872 LEGO bricks with 5,400 used to create the 50cm high Pyramid Stage.

LEGOLAND Windsor Resort Senior PR Manager, Lauren Moss commented; “Our Model Makers have had a huge amount of fun building this year’s headliners for our Miniland Glastonbury scene – especially creating a model of self-confessed LEGO fan, Ed Sheeran who complete with his miniature LEGO guitar is made up of just 61 LEGO bricks. We think our guests will love spotting the new additions in Miniland which will be on display until the end of the summer!”


The Glastonbury scene joins other world famous landmarks in Miniland, including the 4 metre tall Eiffel Tower and the Coca Cola London Eye, made with amazingly accurate miniature detail. Miniland is one of the most popular attractions at LEGOLAND Windsor Resort that features 12 scenes created from a total of 41 million individual bricks.

Guests can see the new Miniland scene at the LEGOLAND Windsor Resort until the end of the summer.

The LEGOLAND Windsor Resort recently opened the all-new LEGO NINJAGO World.


Graham was the Editor up until November 2020. He has plenty of experience working on LEGO related projects. He has contributed to various websites and publications on topics including niche hobbies, the toy industry and education. Follw Graham on Twitter @grahamh100.

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