‘Fuller House,’ ‘Designated Survivor’ Stars Celebrate Grand Opening of LEGO NINJAGO World at LEGOLAN
Celebrities Gather Among Miniature LEGO Models of Landmarks From Cities Where Shows Are Set
WINTER HAVEN, Fla. — Stars of the Netflix Original Series “Fuller House,” including Jodie Sweetin, Michael Campion, Soni Nicole Bringas, Ashley Liao and Elias Harger, and Mckenna Grace, star of ABC’s “Designated Survivor,” visited LEGOLAND Florida Resort recently for the grand opening of LEGO NINJAGO World.
After the ceremony, the stars gathered in the theme park’s MINILAND USA, a large outdoor area filled with dozens of American landmarks made out of millions of LEGO bricks. The “Fuller Hours” cast members posed for photos among LEGO models of San Francisco landmarks including the famous row of Victorian-era homes known as the “Painted Ladies.” During the stars’ Jan. 12 visit, LEGOLAND Florida Resort presented Sweetin with a LEGO model of the real Victorian home used as the Tanner family residence on “Fuller House” and “Full House.” The large model was built by a team of Master Builders at LEGO Systems in Enfield, Conn.
Nearby, actress Mckenna Grace, 10, who plays the daughter of Kiefer Sutherland’s President Tom Kirkman on ABC’s primetime hit “Designated Survivor,” explored the Washington, D.C., area of the theme park’s MINILAND USA, which features miniature versions of landmarks such as The White House, the Washington Monument and the U.S. Capitol Building.