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December 19, 2012 by On-Site staff

To mark the groundbreaking of LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Toronto, 50,000 LEGO bricks were dumped on the ground. The $12 million, 34,000-sq.-ft. centre is expected to open in the spring of 2013. Image courtesy of LEGOLAND Discovery Centre.
To mark the groundbreaking of LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Toronto, 50,000 LEGO bricks were dumped on the ground. The $12 million, 34,000-sq.-ft. centre is expected to open in the spring of 2013. Image courtesy of LEGOLAND Discovery Centre.

LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Toronto has announced the top 20 finalists for its Toronto MINILAND, where the top 10 Toronto-based landmarks will be replicated using LEGO bricks and put on display.

The top 20 finalists for Toronto MINILAND are:

– CN Tower
– Rogers Centre
– BMO Bank Tower
– Canada Life Building
– Air Canada Centre
– Casa Loma
– New City Hall
– Vaughan Mills
– Dundas Square
– Hockey Hall of Fame
– Parliament Hill
– Maid of the Mist
– Pearson Airport
– Queen’s Park
– Roy Thompson Hall
– Royal Ontario Museum
– TD Canada Trust Tower
– Scotia Bank Plaza
– Royal Bank Plaza
– Union Station

To vote on the top 10 landmarks, visit: http://www.facebook.com/LDCToronto/app_390817404334288, and click on the vote button at the bottom of the page. Every person that votes will be entered in to a draw to win a family pass to visit the discover centre when it opens. The vote will close on Dec. 31, 2012, with the top 10 landmarks being announced in January.

LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Toronto is set to open in the spring of 2013.

Additional features to Toronto MINILAND include: moving cars and streetcars that drive around the streets of Toronto; day and night modes and various interactive building sites and children’s games. For more information, visit http://www.legolanddiscoverycentre.ca


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