By GeorgeJFox

Brick fans are pouring into Michigan’s Legoland Discovery Center a little more than a week after the grand opening on March 25. A capacity crowd enjoyed everything the attraction had to offer Sunday including a miniature Detroit formed from more than 800,000 Lego pieces.

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The Lego-constructed Motor City includes landmarks such as Comerica Park, the Fisher Building, Ford Field and my personal favorite Hart Plaza EDM concert complete with pumping music, lights and performing artists on the turntables.

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Legoland located in Great Lakes Crossing in Auburn Hills occupies a 32,000 square foot space and in addition to the impressive Minicity includes a 4D cinema, classes, rides, a build and test race track, snack bar, retail store, and play areas.

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Walk up tickets were not available Sunday. Visitors are encouraged to buy tickets online to guarantee entry.

Find the entrance to Legoland in District 6 near the food court across from Starbucks. The hours of operation are Monday – Saturday, 10 a.m. – 7 p.m., and Sundays, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Tickets start at $23.50 and children 2 and under get free admission.

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