WINTER HAVEN, Fla. (AP) - Legoland Florida says it will expand to add an interactive "Star Wars"-themed area in November.
The central Florida theme park made the announcement Thursday.
Star Wars Miniland will include Lego scenes from six-movie series of films as well as the animated "Clone Wars" television series.
The section will follow a chronological path through the "Star Wars" timeline. Some of the 2,000 Lego models will be more than 6 feet high. Visitors will be able to activate animations throughout the scenes using interactive buttons.
Legoland Florida is based on the building-block toys and has rides and attractions geared toward ages 2 to 12.
Since opening in October 2011, the park has adding a water park and hotels.
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