World’s Largest LEGO Snow Globe On Display In London Is A Winter Wonderland

A snow globe so large it can fit in people and few of London’s landmarks in it. Built by certified Lego master builder Duncan Titmarsh of Bright Bricks, the snow globe is now on display at West Piazza of London’s Covent Garden.

In all, a total of 14 London landmarks features in the snow globe, including the London Eye, Big Ben, the Gherkin and Buckingham Palace. Three-meter tall inflatable globe took six people and over 75 days to build with a total of 120,000 LEGO bricks. Onlookers can walk into the globe from a side archway. The coolest thing is at a push of a button visitors can make it snow for an on-demand winter wonderland.

On record as world’ first LEGO snow globe, this is Titmarsh’s third Christmas related project in London in as many years. Last year he built a LEGO Advent Calendar at the same place as a snow globe, the year before it was the world’s tallest LEGO Christmas tree (35 feet) at St. Pancras Station.

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