LEGOLAND Discovery Center Breaks Ground in Yonkers
Wednesday, October 10th, 2012 at 8:20am by Sean, BZPower Reporter
[Source: The Daily Voice]
Though we've mentioned it before, New York City's closest thing to LEGOLAND is breaking ground on October 17, with the very appropriate help of some local elementary school students. The Discovery Center will cost 12 million smackers, and measure 32,000 square feet, once it has finished construction in Westchester's Ridge Hill. As with most LEGOLAND Discovery Centers, the Westchester location will essentially be a miniature LEGOLAND, with rides, play areas, and a 4D theater, all based on the plastic LEGO toys we're all familiar with.
As part of the groundbreaking, the Center's officials will also announce open registration for "Brick Factor", the contest to find the new Discovery Center's Master Model Builder. The contest will begin a month after the groundbreaking.
LEGOLAND Discovery Center Westchester will open next spring.
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