World's Largest LEGO Store Opens In London's Leicester Square

The world’s largest LEGO store has officially opened its doors in London’s Leicester Square.

The two-storey megastore covers a vast area of 9,800-square foot and contains some of LEGO’s most impressive creations including a 21-foot recreation of Elizabeth Tower (the tower that holds Big Ben), a red telephone box and more.

In case you’re wondering the tower took a staggering 2,280 hours to build to build and has a full-working clock face, naturally.

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If that wasn’t enough there’s a 265,000 brick recreation of the London skyline and a brand-new Metropolitan underground train containing huge versions of William Shakespeare and more.

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The store will contain every major range from LEGOs huge collection including Star Wars, Marvel, Dimensions, Disney and more.

In addition to the obvious attraction which is that it’s a building filled entirely with LEGO, the store also contains a photo booth that’ll turn your face into a portrait made entirely of LEGO.

It’s called the LEGO Mosaic Maker and for 99 English pounds you can immortalise yourself as a LEGO portrait.

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Here’s a glimpse around what should quite rightly be the only shop you visit during the normally painful Christmas shopping rush.

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