Hong Kong Times Square Shopping Mall in Causeway Bay is hosting the second part of the large Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens Exhibition featuring an exclusive collection of LEGO models, movie replicas and toys.
This time, the exhibition features some well-known movie scenes from the original series rebuild with LEGO. The first LEGO life-sized display features the memorable Battle of Hoth from The Empire Strikes Back movie. Already from far distance you can notice the Snowspeeder battling the Imperial AT-AT.
Exhibition at Open Piazza (Outdoor of Times Square)
LEGO Darth Vader, Emperor Palpatine and the red dressed Emperor’s Royal Guard are standing right in front of the Imperial Shuttle (which is also known as Lambda-class T-4a shuttle) highlighting some movie scenes from Star Wars Episode 6 – The Return of the Jedi when the Emperor is inspecting the construction of the second Death Star.
Altogether, there are over 20 large-sized LEGO figures including the most popular characters including Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, Princess Leia, Chewbacca, C-3P0, R2-D2 as well as Stormtroopers, Rebels and Snowtroopers.
Furthermore, there is small exhibition from a local Star Wars LEGO collector showcasing some of his LEGO collection, displays and LEGO Star Wars mini figures.
Exhibition on 2nd Floor in Times Square
Don’t miss the exhibition inside the Times Square shopping mall on the second floor of the atrium. The largest Millennium Falcon model (scale 1:6) in Asia is exhibited along with a diorama of the Battle of Jakku. There are plenty of First Order Stormtroopers as well as the First Order’s Transporter displayed as well as Captain Phasma.
In addition some life-sized movie characters from the upcoming The Force Awakens movie are displayed including Kylo Ren, Captain Phasma, Stormtrooper, Rey and new astromech droid BB-8.
More Info and Details
November 25, 2015 –January 1, 2016
8:00am – 10:00pm (daily)
Open Piazza & 2/F at the Times Square (Causeway Bay)
How to get to the Star Wars: The Force Awakens x Lego Exhibition?
By Subway: The most convenient way is to take the MTR to the Causeway Bay MTR Station.