No Theme Park is complete without a Ferris Wheel!
The Grand Wheel is now open!
The wheel has 16 very comfortable blue or red gondolas. The construction of the wheel is very classic design in white and yellow with a nice parasol above the gondola. The construction of the wheel have taken long time to complete, as the followers of the Theme Park series have noticed. They have seen the construction vehicles working in the area, but now the attraction is ready for operation!
The visitors have started to complain about some facilities they think are missing. The Theme Park administration are listening and will try to solve the problems in the near future.
Some facts about the Ferris Wheel. The wheel measures 51 studs in height which IRL would be approximately 30 meters, and is built up from 572 pieces.
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I have always enjoyed the magic of theme parks and loved the different rides. Now I have combined this pleasure with my passion of LEGO construction in a project.
I have used microscale to reduce the number of bricks needed, and to have a greater challenge in the designing process. It is fun to build different rides with just a small amount of bricks.
All the sets are constructed on 16x16 base plates which you can snap together to create a large Theme Park. The base plates can easily be parted again and reshuffled to create a new park.
I have added a picture with Theme Park units put together, so you can see an example of a Theme Park. All parts have now been posted here so please feel free to support them all!
My earlier parts are found here:
Observation Tower (updated),
Viking ship ride,
The Dino Explorer Ride,
The Flying Carpet Ride,
River Splash Ride,
Free Fall Ride,
Samba Balloon Ride,
Princess Disco Ride,