Pride celebrations have been recreated in Lego miniature at Legoland Discovery Centre Birmingham, ahead of the event taking place in the city's gay village this weekend.
The model, designed and created by the attraction’s Master Model Builder, Michelle Thompson, includes a miniature parade with over 78 Lego Minifigures, complete with Lego floats and decorations comprising 230-plus Lego pieces.
“I've really enjoyed working on this model," says Michelle. "I think it brings to life exactly what Birmingham is about - people from across the country coming together to celebrate love, friendship and happiness.
"It can really bring to life the unique characters and amazing people you meet at the event.”
The display will be on show over the coming weeks at Legoland Discovery Centre, which is located at Arena Birmingham, opposite the National Sea Life Centre.
Birmingham Pride takes place this weekend, on Saturday 25 & Sunday 26 May.
This 2019 line-up includes Years & Years, The Human League, Faithless, Kate Nash, Mabel, Lady Leshurr and many more!
Tickets are available at birminghampride.com
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