My favorite part of my recent visit to Legoland was 'Mini-Land;' a bunch of displays of cities and people and vehicles (both real and fictional) made out of Legos! But as fun as it is to see New Orleans or New York laid out in little colored bricks, it's a ton more fun to see Star Wars cities and people and vehicles!
Where better to start than Mos Eisley Space Port. You will not find a more wretched hive of scum and brickery!
Sandpeople ride single file to hide their Legos.
My favorite part of all these were the characters, which were larger scale than mere Lego mini-figures, and super cool yet relatively simple looking, tempting me to try and build some of them myself! C3-PO and R2-D2 are particularly fun looking Lego creations.
The Cantina came to life via the touch of a button, with music and motion from the Potatohead Band!
And of course any tour of Mos Eisley is worthless without seeing the Millennium Falcon. This thing was HUGE! These displays weren't your off-the-shelf Lego sets, all this stuff was custom designed and LARGE!
Even baby Darla got in on the act. "Help me Obi-Wan Kenobi. You're my only hope!"