Now, we all know how iconic the LEGO company is.

Growing up, we had so many LEGOs that my little brother stuck one up his nose. To this day, I remember having to go to the hospital to get it taken out, and when you looked up his nose, all you saw was a yellow smiling face.

You can see this beautiful display at Boston's Discovery Center!

According to Cecilia Hennessy, Marketing Manager of LEGO® Discovery Center Boston,

While LEGO® Minifigures may be small, they can still celebrate in a big way as seen in our Pride Parade made completely out of LEGO bricks in LEGO® Discovery Center Boston’s MINIWORLD. Guests can explore the entire celebration which features over 200 minifigures and took our Master Model Builder over 10 hours to build.

This display is shown through June 30.

This legendary toy company recently created a mini pride parade made entirely out of LEGO bricks, all to celebrate inclusive love and showcasing LEGO's commitment to diversity.

According to the Cecilia, the inspiration came from LEGO being a champion of the LGBTQ+ community.

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The mini parade helps to celebrate the vibrant spirit of Pride.

Within the display, you'll see a rainbow float, numerous mini figures, and community floats. The scene is alive with marching bands, dancers, and even a LEGO DJ spinning tunes from a colorful float. This is truly incredible, and as a member of the LGBTQ+ community, I find it beautiful.
Head on over to Boston Discovery Center to see it for yourself!

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