The world’s largest store and newest Australia Lego store opens today in Pitt Street Mall of Sydney. Lego store has millions of bricks inside some of which have been used to build amazing artworks.
The two-story store is located in the Central Business District (CBD) which contains about 10 million Lego bricks. Lego bricks are colorful plastic building blocks.
The name ‘LEGO’ is an abbreviation of the two Danish words “leg godt”, meaning “play well”. The new opening store has grabbed the attention of the Lego community worldwide.
Some of the giant Lego artworks within the store are inspiring the visitors. Especially, a massive version of the Sydney Harbour Bridge made up of over 545,000 bricks and weighs two tonnes.
The stunning Sydney Harbour Bridge model took over 3600 hours to build. Additionally, there is an interesting Lego feature inside the store namely “Minifigure Factory”. Customers can spend around $20 to create a custom Lego figurine which is then constructed right in front of them.
Troy Taylor is the vice president and general manager of Lego Australia. He said Sydney’s store has immersive features, imaginative play experiences, and amusing cultural allusions. It will allow Lego enthusiasts of all ages to discover a diverse choice of Lego products. As well as fascinating digital and physical experiences.
Troy believes the new store contributes to the Lego Group’s global purpose of inspiring and training builders of tomorrow while also generating memorable experiences for every fan who visits.
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