Where else can you see San Francisco, Las Vegas, New York City, and Washington D.C. all in one day? MINILAND USA contains millions of LEGO® bricks and amazing scenes from coast to coast!
- No minimum height requirement.
San Diego (Now Open)
The world's first LEGO® City of San Diego is now open in MINILAND USA featuring the best landmarks, iconic structures, and historical buildings in “America’s Finest City,” created in LEGO form.
Don't miss our largest MINILAND expansion ever - the fabulous Las Vegas Strip made entirely out of LEGO brick, including ten different hotel properties chosen for their unique architectural style.
Come see the Griffith Park Observatory perched on the hill above the Hollywood Bowl and Grauman's Chinese Theatre.
More than two million LEGO bricks are used in the reconstruction of the city that never sleeps. Our Central Park is filled with as much diverse activity as the real park! You can find people ice skating, roller skating, practicing Tai-Chi, going for carriage rides, listening to concerts, sunbathing, sailing model boats, or just out for a stroll.
The MINILAND version of San Francisco was constructed in Billund, Denmark. Our MINILAND Pier 39 has a working carousel and sea lions basking in the sun. The sounds you hear coming from the pier were actually recorded live at Pier 39, in fact many of the sound effects you hear throughout MINILAND were recorded live in the places they represent.
Every four years, the two LEGO mini-figures appearing in the presidential motorcade are changed depending on the outcome of the election. So far Bill and Hillary Clinton, George and Laura Bush, and Barack and Michelle Obama have been built and displayed.
SoFi Stadium has "touched down" in MINILAND USA! An architectural marvel that took a team of 25 dedicated Master Model Builders more than 6,000 hours and more than 500,000 LEGO® bricks to build, the final SoFi Stadium model stands at more than 30 feet long, 15 feet wide and over 4 feet tall. It’s currently considered the largest LEGO® stadium in the world. The massive LEGO structure joins other top Southern California attractions featured in LEGO form, including Griffith Park Observatory, Hollywood Bowl and Grauman’s Chinese Theatre.