Journey into the world of Star Wars and explore iconic scenes from the movies...
|Theme Park||Legoland Windsor|
|Park Area||The Beginning|
|Closed||31 December 2019|
|Manufacturer||Merlin Magic Making|
Legoland Windsor's celebration of the Star Wars film franchise was an indoor exhibition featuring Lego recreations of scenes from the movies.
There were seven main scenes, filled with moving models and special lighting and sound effects, each representing one of the first six Star Wars "Episodes", plus a scene from The Clone Wars animated series.
Each scene was set in its own themed room. Guests could use buttons to start the models moving and set off additional special effects.
In 2016, a giant model of the Death Star was added as the climatic finale to the exhibition.
Several Star Wars Miniland attractions could be found at Legoland parks around the world throughout the 2010s, but sadly after Merlin's licence agreement with Disney ran out they were all removed in late 2019/early 2020.
Windsor's Star Wars Miniland was housed in the large circular building at The Beginning
Entrance to Lego Star Wars Miniland Experience
Inside the entrance
C-3PO and R2-D2
Scene from The Clone Wars, featuring Crystal City on the planet Christophsis
The exhibition utilised the former Rocket Racers queueline and ride area
Royal Palace on Naboo
Naboo Battle scene
Scene from Star Wars: Episode I
Scene from Episode II
Star Wars: Episode III
Millennium Falcon on Tatooine
Tatooine, from Star Wars Episode IV
Episode V scene
Scene from Star Wars Episode VI
The Death Star
A timelapse video showed how the Death Star Lego model was built
The Death Star was the final scene of the exhibition
Was this an exhibition, or a ride?
Several character models were displayed in the exit corridor
The exit took guests into a shop selling Lego Star Wars sets
A special quiet hour was created to allow those with autism and other special needs to experience the Lego Star Wars exhibition more comfortably