Birmingham's first ever Legoland attraction opens later this summer - and excitement is building.
Already there are signs of what is to come, in the shape of a 10ft tall giraffe standing outside the future the Lego Discovery Centre in Birmingham.
And the countdown has begun with just seven weeks until the attraction opens.
BirminghamLive has already been given unique access to the £7m million attraction which will be a major boost for families looking for ways to keep the children amused in Birmingham city centre.
The centre will boast a few rides, a Build and Test Area, DUPLO Farm, 4D cinema and and a huge soft play area based around the Lego City toys.
There will also be more educational areas and a cafe for grown-ups.
Here is all we know so far about the attraction:
Where is it?
The attraction is part of Arena Birmingham (the former Barclaycard Arena) near Brindleyplace.
When is it opening?
How big is it?
It is nearly 60,000 square feet - which is about the size of a football pitch.
What will be in it?
For starters, there will be more than three million Lego bricks!
There's the Playzone hub - full of bricks, and not the usual clay and shale ones!
As construction sites, go this is a pretty unusual one.
There are bricks everywhere, in all different colours, shapes and sizes - and they all have the classic LEGO knobbly bits to make sure they fit together perfectly!
Then, there's the Build and Test Area, DUPLO Farm, 4D cinema and more.
This is a huge soft play area based around the Lego City toys.
What has already been built?
Well, there is a 10ft Lego giraffe in the main entrance.
This is similar to the exterior of Legoland in Berlin but is the only large Lego giraffe in the UK.
It is made of 30,000 Lego bricks, the giraffe, which is yet to be named will be perfect for selfies, even for those not going into the attraction.
Meanwhile, the Miniland installation is well underway.
This will feature 47 iconic local landmarks , such as The Library of Birmingham, Spaghetti Junction, The Cube, New Street Station and the BT Tower plus attractions from further afield like Warwick Castle and Shakespeare's Birthplace.
What about rides?
There will be two rides - Merlin’s Apprentice and Kingdom Quest, the entrance to which is set to look like a castle complete with balconies, flags, knights and jesters.
You'll hop aboard your chariot to rescue a princess, doing your best to zap trolls and skeletons lurking in the shadows as you carry out your quest!
How can you get tickets?
Booking is essential as tickets will be limited to ensure there is always plenty of space for people to play.
Tickets start at £15 when you book online in advance for an afternoon slot. Morning slots start from £17.
It's thought people will spend two to three hours at the attraction.
Advanced tickets are now on sale here
What are the opening hours?
It will be open every day of the year except Christmas Day, and it will stay open until 7pm on selected days during the summer.