LEGOLAND: WORLD’S SMALLEST PUMPKIN PATCH

Miniland at Legoland’s Windsor attraction brings together some of the world’s most famous landmarks. Here you will find Lego versions of the Eifel Tower, the Statue of Liberty, the Sphynx and a pyramid alongside Stonehenge and the old Wembley Stadium. When they wanted to create the world’s smallest pumpkin patch for Halloween, they turned to us. Area 51 created this unique Halloween harvest of more than 200 hollow 3cm tall pumpkins, complete with micro-LED lights. They were not made of Lego bricks, but hand-crafted out of plastic at our Warwickshire workshops.

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THE BRIEF:

Miniland at Legoland’s Windsor attraction brings together some of the world’s most famous landmarks. Here you will find Lego versions of the Eifel Tower, the Statue of Liberty, the Sphynx and a pyramid alongside Stonehenge and the old Wembley Stadium. When they wanted to create the world’s smallest pumpkin patch for Halloween, they turned to us.

THE BUILD:

Area 51 created this unique Halloween harvest of more than 200 hollow 3cm tall pumpkins, complete with micro-LED lights. They were not made of Lego bricks, but hand-crafted out of plastic at our Warwickshire workshops.

A batch was then specially carved as miniscule jack-o-lanterns by renowned miniature artist, Hedley Wiggan. The special event was aptly titled ‘Brick or Treat’.

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