Break a record, learn a build – sign up to a LEGO centre








EIGHT LEGOLAND Discovery Centres across the world are set to celebrate the joy of learning to build a LEGO model, this November, with a Guinness World Record first. On Thursday 15 November, Guinness World Record Day, the children’s attractions will be holding a bumper day of model building as they attempt to beat the Guinness World Record for the “largest lesson using interlocking plastic bricks”, or master model builder’s workshop to fans of the attraction. The eight especially recruited Master Model Builders based in Atlanta, Berlin, Chicago, Dallas, Duisberg, Kansas City, Manchester and Tokyo have put their heads together and selected three models for the world’s LEGO fans to vote on for the lessons, visit Voters are asked to choose between a turkey, a Christmas train and a rocking horse. Fans can vote on the centres Facebook page The Master Model Builders hold over 40,768 LEGO building classes across the world each year, teaching over 1,019,200 children how to build using about 40, 768,000 LEGO bricks! Located in Barton Square at The Trafford Centre, the LEGOLAND Discovery Centre is made up of a series of interactive features to immerse kids into a world where their imagination can run wild with creative inspiration at every turn.  Featuring a whole host of exciting attractions from the Kingdom Quest ride to an amazing recreation of the North West’s most iconic buildings, the Centre not only provides fun for LEGO fans young and old, but fantastic educational benefits too.

About Peter Jenkinson

Toyologist Pete Jenkinson regularly writes about toys in national newspapers like The Sun and The Mail. This super-dad has an unmatched passion and dedication for trying and testing the latest, coolest and most interesting offerings from the world of toys.

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