Lego fans can channel their inner Jedi at Legoland Florida Resort next month during the attraction’s Lego Star Wars Days.
The event, included in park admission, take place Sept. 10 and 11.
A Lego Star Wars Miniland Model Display will be in the park, featuring seven scenes from the movie series and a scene from the animated series Star Wars: The Clone Wars. The display is made out of 1.5 million Lego bricks.
The weekend also includes an session with Lego Star Wars set designer Jens Kronvold Frederiksen and Master Model Builders.
The littlest Star Wars fans are encouraged to dress as their favorite character and take part in a parade, a new feature to the weekend. Fans in costume have a chance to win a Lego Star Wars prize pack, Legoland officials said.
Legoland, located in Winter Haven, is a theme park designed for children, built for children ages 2-12. The park has updated every year since opening in 2011, including the water park was added in 2012, World of Chima opened in 2013 and Duplo Village, targeting young visitors, opened in 2014.
It transitioned to an overnight destination last year when a 152-room hotel opened. Future additions include a new Beach Resort and plans for a new theme-park land, Lego Ninjago World.