• LEGO Star Wars Models Revealed For Grand Opening of LEGO Star Wars Gallery and LEGO Star Wars Miniland Expansion

      LEGOLAND® California’s Master Model Builders, Gary McIntire and Ryan Ziegelbauer, installed a new LEGO® model of a Jawa sandcrawler in LEGO® StarWars™ Miniland today as the family theme park prepares to reveal the expanded area to the public on March 29. The giant Jawa sandcrawler, featured in Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope is made up of more than 15,000 LEGO bricks and weighs more than 50 pounds. Other new LEGO models being introduced include: the ion cannon in the Rebel base on the planet Hoth; a towering Crystal City building in Christophsis and the giant opee sea killer on Naboo.



      In the new LEGO® StarWars™ Gallery, guests will be further immersed into the Star Wars experience as they walk through, encountering large-scale LEGO minifigures from each episode. Each LEGO model is 3-feet-tall, constructed of approximately 10,000 bricks and displayed on a podium for guests to get an up-close look. The 12 characters feature: Wicket, Princess Leia, R2-D2,Clone Captain Rex, Darth Vader, Han Solo, Luke Skywalker, Anakin Skywalker, Boba Fett, Chewbacca, Yoda and Darth Maul.

      Guests can also enjoy new scenes in LEGO Star Wars Miniland from the six live-action Star Wars™ movies, as well as one from the animated series Star Wars: THE CLONE WARS™ all made out of more than 2 million LEGO bricks and built in 1:20 scale.

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        JediTricks -
        Those are pretty cool, I hope they keep expanding SW Miniland, it was a nifty design last year but more really would fill it out. I'm interested in seeing the gallery as well.

        That Sandcrawler is really impressively big, they should release it as a real set.
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