GREEN BAY (NBC 26) — This weekend unique Lego displays of all kinds could be spotted at the Bay Beach Pavilion in Green Bay.
Displays include working amusement park rides from Kenosha Lego Users Group (KLUG), the cancer memorial HOPE Castle from Wisconsin Lego Users Group (WisLUG) and castle builds from local Lego users group FoxLUG.
They also had Harry Potter, Star Wars, and Disney displays as well.
Vendors selling Lego mini-figures, parts, and sets were also in attendance.
For the man who created a huge Harry Potter Lego display, he shares all the hard work and dedication he put in to make it a reality.
“For this show we spent about 11 hours between my wife and I. It’s taken us about 10 years of collecting and building to get it to this point. We have pretty much everything Harry Potter that Lego has released and a bunch of things that are custom created. Usually we try to add motion when I create custom builds to add a little extra interest and stuff like that," said Eric Krans, West Bend.
Krans said he used over 75 thousand pieces of Lego's to create this display.
This weekend Lego enthusiasts came together to showcase cool and unique displays. pic.twitter.com/R8J56BqMSn— Valerie Mia Juarez (@ValerieJuarezTV) July 11, 2021
For many Lego-lovers this was also their first event since COVID-19.