The opening date has been set for the upcoming Legoland Discover Center in Plymouth Meeting and the children's toy brand's recent success could give a boost to the Philadelphia region's tourism.
The Plymouth Meeting site last week offered a sneak peek of what's in store in the new location: a Lego version of Boathouse Row.
Now there's an opening date: April 6.
Mayor Jim Kenney made the announcement on Thursday while unveiling the first Philadelphia landmark to be completed for the Miniland Philadelphia area: A 9-foot model of One Liberty Place made of more than 17,000 Lego bricks, which required about nine builders and took more than 930 hours to complete.
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