LEGOLAND California Staff Pranks General Manager

The Model Shop team at LEGOLAND California had a little fun today at General Manager Peter Ronchetti's expense ...the team replaced the GM's Volvo XC60 with a life-sized LEGO XC90 made of 201,076 LEGO bricks. The model was built in 2004 and weighs 2,934 pounds. Imagine his surprise when he tried to leave for lunch!

More Videos...


Time lapse of Ford Explorer being built out of Legos for Legoland Florida
A unique Ford Explorer rolling off the line today at Chicago Assembly Plant will feature the model's its trademark eye-catching craftsmanship with one notable distinction. This Ford Explorer is created from more than 380,000 LEGO bricks and marks the beginning of a long-term alliance between Ford and LEGOLAND® Florida theme park. You can view a video of the Lego Ford Explorer rolling off the production line here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YDmCjw3otCE For more information about Legoland Florida, visit the parks official website at http://legoland.com





Top 10 Craziest Lego Creations - Lego Sculptures to Blow Your Mind!
Lego sculptures of this size very rare and impressive. Lego has long been a favored toy of kids but this list covers the top 10 craziest Lego creations. These creations are far beyond a child playing with Lego there a full out impressive sculptures made of Lego done by professionals. Subscribe to our channel! → http://bit.ly/subscribe_to_titantoplist 10. USS Intrepid - 0:10 Check out this aircraft carrier made entirely of Lego. This 1 to 40 reproduction of the USS Intrepid was created by Ed Diment. It’s spans an impressive 23 feet making it the largest Lego constructed ship ever created. If you want to check out the original ship it’s at the Sea Air Space Museum in New York City. 9. Allianz Arena - 0:29 Allianz Arena is a soccer stadium built in Munich, Germany. This Lego reproduction of Allianz Arena sits in Legoland Deutschland and currently is the largest Lego building in the world with dimensions of 5 meters by 4.5 meters by 1 meter tall. It weighs an impressive 1.5 tons. Now what I want to know is how long did it take to put all the people in the stadium. 8. The Mona Lisa - 0:51 This impressive recreation of the Mona Lisa in lego was created with over 30,000 bricks, weighs over 45 lbs and is 6 feet by 8 feet long. Now talk about an impressive work of art. 7. Polar Bear - 1:06 This Lego polar bear sculpture contains an impressive 95,000 Lego pieces and took over 1,100 hours to construct. It’s resemblance to an actual polar bear is very impressive. Now who else wants to see what happens when you put this in front of a real polar bear? 6. Volvo XC90 - 1:25 This lifesize replica of a Volvo XC90 was created by Legoland California for a drive safe campaign. It took 201,076 Lego bricks to construct, and weighs an impressive 2,134 lbs. While it is a lifesize replica, it cannot be driven as the windshield is made of black Lego. 5. 3d Printer - 1:25 Arthur Sacek created a 3d printer almost entirely out of Lego. The only part that isn’t Lego is the drill bit. After inputting computerized instructions his printer can create amazing sculptures out of a green foam. I wonder what makes someone wake up in the morning and decide, hey I want to be a 3d printer… out of Lego. 4. Nintendo DSi - 1:47 This impressive sculpture of the Nintendo DSi made entirely out of Lego was created by Sean Kenney for the April 5th 2009 release of the Nintendo DSi. This abnormally large sculpture is over 7 feet wide and contains 51,324 Lego bricks. It took over 200 hours to create and weighs over 250 lbs. 3. Obama Inauguration - 2:08 This incredible reproduction of the Obama inauguration was created at Legoland California. The details are impeccable, everything from Obama’s family, his wife, his daughters, former Presidents, their wives, even Oprah Winfrey is in the audience. If you look closely you’ll notice this is constructed outside, now… what happens when it rains? 2. SPAS 12 Shotgun - 2:31 This amazing recreation of a SPAS 12 Shotgun is fully functional with pump action loading, max capacity 8 in the clip 1 in the chamber, with two extra four cartridge clips on the side. It is surprisingly accurate and decently powerful. Now I don’t think you’ll be robbing any banks with this shotgun but still an impressive piece of work. 1. Lego Roadster - 2:52 This astonishing fully sized Lego car took over 500,000 Lego pieces to construct. It’s powered by a compressed air tank which powers the engine which is entirely made of Lego. The only pieces that are not made of Lego on this car are the wheels and some of the load bearing elements. It has a top speed of 30 km/hr and took Steve Sammartino and Raul Oaida, 3 months to build working 12 hours a day, 7 days a week. Now talk about impressive. Check us out on social media: Website - http://www.titantoplist.com Facebook - https://facebook.com/titantoplist Twitter - https://twitter.com/titantoplist Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/titantoplist Vine - https://vine.co/titantoplist Here at Titan Top List you'll experience the world's best mysteries, science, facts, news, conspiracies, inventions, scams, movies, games and amazing animals. If you enjoy our educational youtube entertainment, like the video and share a comment! Links to the full videos used in this episode of Titan Top List: Lego Allianz Arena https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O-uLHyI48GA Lego 3d Printer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oF0pMILT7_Y Lego SPAS 12 Shotgun https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dO77vQpM2Mo Lego Car https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ObE4_nMCjE More Info on Lego: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lego Link to this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mip9G0_rUTk





Lego FUN in Legoland Billund Resort Denmark​​​
Lego FUN in Legoland Billund Resort Denmark Subscribe pls:http://www.youtube.com/c/ArcadiusKul Yeahhhh!!!!! We are in Legoland in Denmark. It was always Sammie's dream to be here and to see all those beautiful things made from Lego. This is the oldest Lego park in the whole world. Also it is the most popular and famous park for children and all families. There is a lot of different attractions, the Miniland - beautiful world built from millions of Lego pieces and many, many different activities for all family. We bought our tickets on website, what was really very handy. We went into the Legoland with a lot of expectations and we weren't disappointed. At the very beginning we have seen a lot of shops with everything connected with Lego: the clothes, pictures frame, the lego hangers, lego sets and many many different cool toys. The Lego maxi figures invited us very friendly. Then we could see the Lego Friendship area - everything for girls:) and Lego fountain. So cool:) We have seen the Pirates area with a "real" treasures from the Lego pieces. This area was very nice, because there was a splash (water) battle between somebody on the pirate's ship and people standing on the coast :) Sammie and Daddy loved it the most. Then we went to fire station to extinguish the fire :) Also we visited the Star Wars area and we could see there the biggest space ship made from Lego bricks. We could check what kind of Lego sets from Star Wars do we have already. There was collection of all sets from this theme. Then Daddy and Sammie went for very high tower to see, how the Legoland looks like from up high :) In this park we could see also area for very small children - Duplo area. They could play on the playground builded just from Lego Duplo. The lego train had a small journey around this place to introduce this area to every visitors. Also we visited the shop with Lego Star Wars and with Nintendo. It wasn't very big but still we could see there some games what Sammi did like a lot :) After a long day we decided to go for a lunch in the center of the Legoland to the western restaurant. The meal was veeery good. After a small break Sammie went to see Lego Safari :) a small ride around big animals from Lego bricks made him very happy. Our June 2015 Trip to Denmark, Germany and Holland YT Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLTzukL6gEU2RgYoJh_axsgL4vdqc8SFN4 Our Legoland Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qLl9V6u-TAo&list=PLTzukL6gEU2Slc5lEIZLSYJ8Z LE4rqRwL ___ Our other channels: Gaming: https://www.youtube.com/user/ArcadiusKulandSammie Angry Birds: https://www.youtube.com/user/AngryBirdsFun . About Arcadius Kul Join Arcadius Kul and his son, Sammy, for newest and most exciting toy unboxings on the internet. Sammy wants you to follow him as he opens and plays with some of his favorite characters - Mario, Angry Birds, Minions, Peppa Pig. Watch Sammy open his favorite treat, a Kinder Surprise Egg or tear into a massive Play-Doh eggs to see what Dad has hidden away. Looking for the newest in Legos? Arcadius Kul and Sammy will hunt down every Lego set from Star Wars to Minecraft or Disney at your favorite toy stores. Get ready to have a great time, no matter where Arcadius Kul and Sammy are - amusement parks, family vacations, playgrounds - IT’S ALWAYS A GREAT TIME!





Jason vs The Ultimate LEGO Machine (LuuMa EV3)
This video showcases my custom designed Ultimate Machine (also known as a Useless Machine) built using the new LEGO Mindstorms EV3 kit. I call it the LuuMa EV3. Watch part 2 here: https://youtu.be/g5y1pdPVDx8 It's a little bit more elaborate than the traditional ultimate machine, featuring 6 different responses for turning the switch off and 2 evasive maneuvers for trying to prevent the switch from being turned on in the first place. Step by step instructions for building it can be found on my website at: http://jkbrickworks.com/luuma-ev3 The Mindstorms project file for running the program is also there. Instructions for connecting the ports can be found in the program file (open the content editor if it doesn't open automatically). All the parts required to build the core are from set number 31313 LEGO Mindstorms EV3 kit. I had a lot of fun with this one, especially programming the various responses. As always, let me know in the comments what you think, and if there are any other cool mechanical creations you'd like to see built out of LEGO! For sneak peeks and behind the scenes content you can follow me on these other sites. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/JKBrickworks Google+: http://google.com/+TruedimensionsArt Twitter: http://twitter.com/jasonallemann Instagram: https://instagram.com/jasonallemann Thanks for watching! Jason




Follow