Just look at the number of iconic buildings in this photo! You’re beautiful Birmingham! Legoland Birmingham has done Birmingham proud with this wonderful MiniLand tribute to Brum’s best buildings and favourite places. Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery below looks especially magnificent. Beautiful inside and out.

Lego Model Birmingham Museum

A terrific trio of outstanding buildings with the Rotunda next to Selfridges and John Lewis. I felt like Tim Cornbill or Ross Jukes taking this stunning Birmingham landscape photo!

Lego Model of Rotunda and Selfridges

Grand Central looks the part! Quite the queue for the ice cream van.

Lego Model of Grand Central

If you’re more of a nocturnal animal then why not head to the Town Hall.

Lego Town Hall

This should bring back memories to anyone who catches gigs at Arena Birmingham.

Lego Arena Birmingham

You simply cannot beat a night in Brum Town as the video below highlights. Do forgive my vertical video, I find it hard to remember professional tips when overexcited.

Perhaps you should consider booking a room at the Radisson Blu if you’re staying out late. Don’t forget your binoculars for a spot of sightseeing at the top.

Lego Radisson Blu

Care to join me for a cocktail in Marco’s at the top of The Cube?

Lego model of the cube

If you’re going to watch the cricket at Edgbaston do you prefer a day match…

Lego Edgbaston Cricket Ground

or a night match? I’m bowled over by these options.

Lego Edgbaston Cricket Ground

You do need money to pay for your hobbies so make sure to get a shift or two in at the factory.

Lego Cadbury

Perhaps a 9 to 5 at Wesleyan is more your style.

Lego Wesleyan

If you prefer the academic route head over to Big Joe.

Lego University of Birmingham

He even lights up at night.

Lego Big Joe Clock

Maybe Warwick is more your style.

Lego Warwick Castle

Do try and catch the jousting whilst you’re there, it’s a blast!

Lego Jousting Competition

Catch a tour of Shakespeare’s Birthplace.

Lego Shakespeare's Birthplace

That’s enough culture for one blog. COME ON YOU BLUE MACHINES!!

Lego Birmingham City Stadium

On second thoughts UP THE VILLA!

Lego Aston Villa Stadium

Useful Information

Lego Dragon

As well as the MiniLand there are a couple of small rides, a 4D cinema, some really incredible play zones and workshop areas plus a cafe and shop.

Legoland is aimed at children aged 3 to 10 years. Adults can only enter if accompanied by a child aged 17 years and under. Similarly, all children must be accompanied by an adult.

Prebooking is strongly advised with tickets available from £15 online and you also have the option of buying a dual Legoland/Sealife ticket for around £25 online.

I found Legoland fantastic, bigger in scale than I thought it would be and a perfect place for families to sit and relax in the play zone areas.

Find out  more here: Legoland Birmingham