There's surely going to be some Legos underneath Christmas trees this month, but Legoland is celebrating the holiday with a tree made from thousands of the tiny plastic bricks.
The Lego-themed park in Winter Haven unveiled a 30-foot-tall Christmas tree this month, made with nearly 270,000 forest green Lego and Duplo bricks.
The tree is part of Legoland's second annual Christmas Bricktacular, going on every Saturday and Sunday at the park through the end of the year from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The event will give visitors a chance to add bricks to help build another Lego tree in the park's Fun Town 4-D Theatre Plaza. That tree will stand more than 20 feet when completed.
There's also a Santa-themed Lego scavenger hunt, opportunities to meet Lego Santa and Lego toy soldiers, and special holiday decorations, music and festivities.
Christmas Bricktacular is included with regular admission to Legoland. Tickets to enter the park are $76, or $66 for ages 12 and younger.