Lego Celebrates Star Wars Day With Largest Lego Millennium Falcon

Posted: May 4 2015, 4:48am CDT | by , in News | Also on the Geek Mind


Lego celebrates Star Wars Day with Largest Lego Millennium Falcon

Lego guys in Australia built the world's largest Millennium Falcon made from Lego bricks in celebration of Star Wars Day, May 4.

Today is May 4th, also known as Star Wars Day. Why today? "May the force be with you sounds like May 4th. In celebration of Star Wars Day, Lego in Australia built the largest Millennium Falcon with Lego bricks. 

Lego Master Builder Dan and Chris Steininger led the project to build this amazing Lego structure. The Millennium Falcon model stretches approximately 4m wide and uses almost 200,000 LEGO bricks making it the biggest Millennium Falcon model ever built from LEGO bricks in the world.

The team also built two TIE Fighter models standing approximately 2m high and are built from about 40,000 LEGO bricks each. 

In the time lapse video below the construction time of the Millennium Falcon gets compressed to under a minute. Interesting fact. Lego Master Builders use a hammer to build with Lego bricks.

The Lego Millennium Falcon will be on display at the Westfield Southland shopping center in Melbourne until Sunday May 10th. 

Star Wars Day 2015 is special as this year a new Star Wars movie will be coming to movie theaters. The Episode VII in the Star Wars Saga, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, opens in theaters December 18, 2015.

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