During the two days, guests receive ample opportunity to get close to their heroes from Star Wars™ when the traditional parade marches through LEGOLAND® for the year LEGO® Star Wars™ Days. Guests can also participate in exciting building activities, and as something new this year, one can venture on the dangerous mission – Rebel Run.
– Rebel Run is a completely new and engaging activity where guests go through a little training exercise before being sent on a dangerous mission to find the missing page in the plans to build LEGO® Star Wars™ Death Star and awaken the force says Pernille Steffensen, Event Manager at LEGOLAND.
Lots of Star Wars™ activities
There are many exciting construction activities on the program, where guests may notably be to build huge LEGO models and a great LEGO® Star Wars™ MOSAIC.
For LEGO® Star Wars™ Days LEGOLAND also packed with Star Wars™ connoisseurs, and again this year participate LEGO® fan club “construction board” with an impressive display of great LEGO® Star Wars™ models. Guests can also help Closed plate members making minifigures to the huge hangar that would like to have 2,000 Stormtroopers ready to welcome the emperor.
– LEGOLAND will be packed with Star Wars™ mood and activities around the park, so the LEGOLAND experience can not fail to get a touch of Star Wars™ on the two very special days, says Pernille Steffensen.
Large and small Star Wars™ fans can also look forward to a reunion with Luke Skywalker’s legendary LEGO® Star Wars™ X-wing Starfighter landed in LEGOLAND after a year of secret mission in a distant, distant galaxy. X-wing was built in the ratio 1:1, and has spent more than 5 million LEGO bricks to build the impressive LEGO model.
All 3-12 year olds coming in Star Wars™ costume, have free access to LEGOLAND during LEGO® Star Wars™ Days. LEGO® Star Wars™ Days takes place in LEGOLAND the weekend of 10-11, June. The parade goes both days through LEGOLAND pm. 11:30 and yet. 17.00.
This post originally appeared on Rebelscum.com on the 2nd of June, 2017.
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Having enjoyed playing with LEGO from his earliest years, Jeremy started collecting LEGO Star Wars in 1999 when the theme was first released. He has shared his thoughts and opinions on LEGO via a number of websites – including starwars.com, rebelscum.com and brickset.com – contributed to the LEGO Star Wars: The Visual Dictionary series and served the LEGO Ambassador Network as a Recognised LEGO Fan Media representative.