For some people, this might be the closest they get to Lucas Oil Stadium and Super Bowl XLVI.
Welcome to Lego Lucas Oil Stadium!
Sitting across from Radio Row at the JW Marriott sits a model of Lucas Oil Stadium – the sight of Super Bowl XLVI – made entirely out of Legos.
The model is complete with a functioning TV screen, a roof and tons of Lego people in the stands. Let’s not forget the two teams on the field.
Brian Alano is the brains behind the model. According to his Twitter account, it first debuted in 2009 and took three years to build.
There are 30,000 bricks, 1,085 mini figures and countless details that will force you to look at this model from every which way.