WITH the loosening of lockdown in the UK due next month, even LEGO characters have been getting ready for the new normal.
Social distancing is in force at Miniland Brum, the centrepiece of Legoland Discovery Centre Birmingham.
Once crowded city centre streets have cleared, with minifigures now keeping their distance, even when dining out.
The Centre is working towards welcoming back visitors on May 17 in line with the Government’s roadmap to recovery.
“With very few opportunities for a family day out this past year has undoubtedly been tough on everyone,” says General Manager Amy Langham.
“However, with restrictions slowly being lifted, those at Legoland Discovery Centre are keen to demonstrate they are following the correct safety measures – and we’re not just talking about the staff!
“Ensuring the Centre is following health and safety measures has been the main priority on the lead-up to reopening. Even the LEGO minifigures in Miniland have been given a makeover.”
Master Model Builders have been tasked with making sure that all minifigures are leading by example, by keeping socially distanced and wearing face masks throughout.
“We can’t wait to welcome visitors back through our doors on May 17 to enjoy our wonderful attractions,” adds Amy.
“Legoland Discovery Centre Birmingham is following strict protocols, including a reduced daily capacity, social distancing measures, enhanced cleaning and hygiene stations.
“We also request that all guests wear face masks within the indoor areas of the centre.”