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Legoland comes to Florida

Legoland's second park in North America opens on Oct. 15.

Ramiro Sanchez works on a Lego scene of Miami's South Beach at Legoland Florida. Visitors can also shop in one of the largest Lego stores in the world. John Raoux / AP
A Lego model of downtown New York City is seen at Legoland Florida, which is located about 45 minutes from Orlando. John Raoux / AP
A model of the U.S. Capitol building is seen at Legoland Florida. Admission to Legoland costs $55 for those under 13 and older than 59, and $65 for everybody else. John Raoux / AP
A worker paints a wall near a Lego model of the White House at Legoland Florida. John Raoux / AP
A worker puts finishing touches on the entrance sign at Legoland Florida in Winter Haven, Fla. It is the second Legoland in North America and is scheduled to open Oct. 15. The other Legoland is located in Carlsbad, Calif. John Raoux / AP
A bust of Albert Einstein, made from Legos, is seen outside the entrance to Lego Technic at Legoland Florida. John Raoux / AP
A life-size Lego model of a tourist with binoculars is seen at Legoland Florida, which covers 150 acres. John Raoux / AP
The Legoland water-ski and stunt show, which will be staged several times a day, is part of the attractions at Legoland Florida. Chip Litherland / Legoland Florida via AP
A Lego model of the space shuttle and launch pad stands at Legoland Florida. John Raoux / AP