Daily Bulletin: Landmarks in Legos

Staff Writer
Columbus Parent
Legoland Discovery Center Columbus is seeking suggestions on which Buckeye State landmarks to include in Miniland Ohio.

Do you have strong opinions about Ohio landmarks? Legoland Discovery Center Columbus is asking which buildings, monuments and bridges are iconic enough to merit inclusion in Miniland.

Legoland Discovery Center Columbus, which is scheduled to open this fall at Easton, will feature 10 play areas, two interactive rides, Master Model Builder classes, a vehicle test track, 4-D cinema, party room, café and a Miniland Ohio. Miniland, a signature area found in all Legolands, features scaled-down versions of local and/or national icons.

Miniland Ohio will feature notable landmarks from the state capital as well as Cincinnati and Cleveland—all crafted from more than 1 million Lego bricks. To suggest a landmark, go to columbus.legolanddiscoverycenter.com/whats-inside/news/miniland-vote or facebook.com/ldccolumbus.

Legoland Discovery Center Columbus is a $10 million, two-story, 36,000-square-foot play center geared for ages 3-10. It will take over the space formerly occupied by KDB and GameWorks and will be owned and operated by Merlin Entertainments. The attraction is among 12 open or in development in North America and 22 worldwide. 

Click HERE to read our story on the groundbreaking for Legoland Discovery Center Columbus.