Tuesday, June 29, 2010

New York Iconic Scenes In Plastic Bricks At The New LEGO Flagship Store At Rockefeller Center

The LEGO Store at Rockefeller Center interior, featuring the company's biggest Pick-A-Brick wall (left), with 116 bubbles filled with individual LEGO pieces.
Replica of the the Rockefeller Center
Atlas in a prominent pedestal in one corner of the store
Flatiron Building and a subway station
Brooklyn Bridge
Horse-drawn carriage in Central Park
Horse-drawn carriage in Central Park
Grand Central Terminal and NYC Taxis
Feeding Birds in Central Park
Skating Rink at Rockefeller Center
View of the Lego Store window from the Rockefeller Center Promenade
The new LEGO Store at Rockefeller opened recently, revealing a wonderful display of iconic New York City scenes and landmarks in LEGO plastic bricks. The grand opening of the store will be on July 1.

2 comments:

NYC, Style and a little Cannoli said...

great photos...I was wondering how the new store looked! the NY places are just amazing in Lego form! great post..Thanx!!

Noel Y.C. said...

I added a photo of the store viewed from the Rock Center Promenade. It's not very big, split-level, and the most prominent feature of the interior is the colorful Pick-A-Brick wall. There is Rock Center murals-inspired section of the wall. Light-fixtures have Lego-motif. The dioramas of NY scenes are fantastic.