Skip to main content

Lego Lombardi Trophy Celebrates Patriots Super Bowl Win

Over the past couple of years, Legoland Discovery Center Boston has been churning out cool Lego sports projects. First there was a World Series trophy, then brick versions of Gillette Stadium and Fenway Park, and of course a full-size Lego replica of the Stanley Cup.

The Patriots victory in Super Bowl XLIX gave the Discovery Center the opportunity to add to its collection. Starting tomorrow, visitors will be able to see a bricked Lombardi Trophy. 

The Lego Lombardi Trophy took a Master Builder 24.5 hours to build, using 2,050 bricks. And amazingly, it’s pretty close to the real thing. It might not be made out of silver, but it weighs 8.6 pounds (the actual trophy is 7 pounds) and stands 22.5 inches tall (which is only a half inch bigger than the official hardware).

The trophy will be on display in the Discovery Center lobby until February 11, where visitors can see it for free. For the rest of February, it will inside as part of the Miniland exhibit.

Here’s another look at the championship sculpture:

If you’re in the Boston area, or will be and want to see this in real life, there’s more info on the Legoland Discovery Center Boston on its website.

Photos: Legoland Discovery Center Boston

lombardi trophy legoland discovery boston
lombardi trophy legoland discovery boston