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A Man Spent 300 Hours Building A LEGO Replica Of Disneyland From 25 Different Sets

Disney Parks around the world are still temporarily closed due to the spread of COVID-19 that has affected the world for some months now, but one man was lucky enough to get ahead of the closures and bring the magic of Disneyland right into his home.

When Disney teamed up with LEGO back in 2017 to release a buildable version of their iconic Cinderella Castle, Texas resident John Daugherty knew he needed to build his own indoor LEGO Disney Park.

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What he didn't know was that 2020 would be the year that he not only finished his own miniature LEGO park, but it would also be the only way he would be able to experience the magic of Disney this year.

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Like Rome, John's indoor Disney Park wasn't built in a day.

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John revealed to Good Morning America that from 2017 to now, it took him 300 hours and 25 different sets to complete.

Talk about dedication to a craft!

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So, what did he include in his own Disney Park, you ask?

In a pretty detailed YouTube video, John shows us his replica Main Street USA that leads to the Cinderella Castle, a Marvel land, theme park rides, the iconic Pirate's ride, a tree house filled with Winnie the Pooh characters, a train that runs via a bluetooth app, and the whole Minnie and Mickey gang.

Definitely give it a watch!

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His park takes up a whole room, and it absolutely deserves it.

I wonder what sort of LEGO replica John will cook up next!

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