Lego garden opens at Windsor theme park

Date Posted: 15/05/2014

The Legoland Windsor Resort has joined forces with the RSPB to give nature a home in a specially created wildlife garden.

Featuring habitats made entirely from Lego bricks, the garden has been created to mark the first anniversary of the RSPB's Giving Nature a Home campaign and school groups will be able to visit it throughout the year.

The Merlin resort's model makers have created six habitats from thousands of individual bricks - a frogitat, a series of hogitats (hedgehog houses) plus a bird bath and bat box - all situated in landscaped greenery complete with a pond and life-sized Lego creatures.

A wealth of wildlife already resides on the resort's 150 acres and the hope is to attract new species to the special garden area as well as inspiring children to create their own habitats in their back gardens.

School trip organisers can take students to see the Lego garden now.

For further school trip information visit www.legoland.co.uk.
 

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