LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Westchester builds world’s smallest Pride parade

A mini Pride parade has been added to Miniland at LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Westchester, New York, USA.

With Pride demonstrations taking place around the world this month LEGOLAND Discovery Centre (LLDC) Westchester, New York, USA, has added a mini parade to Miniland. It is based on the iconic New York event, NBC reports, featuring floats spelling out “Pride” and “love”. Clowns, unicorns and other revellers wave mini LEGO Pride flags in the charming model.

It took 25 hours for the new model to be sketched, virtually built and then physically put together. A Stonewall 50 mosaic uses 750 bricks and hangs above the display.

“Playing is a universal way for every child and family to connect,” said LLDC Winchester Marketing Executive Nicholas Hurst. “LEGOLAND Discovery Center really makes sure all kids can come and not have any kind of stigma or judgement, and just be there to have a great time with their family and

“There are approximately 60,000 different LEGO elements in different shapes, in different sizes and colours,” said Master Model Builder Willis Reifsnyder. “Each one’s unique, is important and serves a purpose… to create such vibrant art.”

Tickets to the attraction can be booked at the official website.

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