Legoland California starts its 2010 Miniland 'census'
Written by Robert Niles
Just like the U.S. Government, Legoland California is conducting a census. In honor of the official 2010 U.S. Census (and to encourage people like you to fill out and return your census forms), Legoland's dispatched its Master Model Builders to go out and count how many Lego "people," live and work (okay, just stand around) in the park's Miniland. (Photos provided by Legoland California.)Tweet
Legoland's also deployed six Lego "census workers" in Miniland, and challenged visitors to find them. Here's one:
The Legoland Census Bureau figures will remain in Miniland until July. The park will release its census results later this year.
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