What's that? Your Summer travel plans are already scheduled and they don't include a visit to London? Get a refund now, because the city's latest addition, a bus stop built of Legos, is a sight geeks need to see.
Built to official Transport for London specifications, the Regent Street bus stop and shelter, located outside the Hamleys toy store, comprise 100,000 Lego bricks. The Lego stop, which uses the toy bricks for everything from signage to seats to the glass "window" of the bus shelter, celebrates 200 years of London buses. Act fast on making travel plans, though, as the Lego bus stop will be taken down July 15.
Source: Twitter user Transport for London