Lego model of National Museum unveiled to mark 150th year
The scale model, which took 350 hours to create, is on display in the Edinburgh attraction.
A 3.5-metre Lego model of the National Museum of Scotland has been unveiled.
The intricate replica took Lego artist Warren Elsmore and his team 350 hours to build.
The creation - comprised of around 90,000 bricks - was made to help mark the 150th anniversary year of the iconic Victorian building on Edinburgh's Chambers Street.
It was built to "mini-figure scale" so that it is in proportion with Lego figurines.
The detailed model includes a cross-section of the building showing the attraction's famous Grand Gallery and some of its key attractions.
Visitors to the museum were able to watch the model being built from the start of the year.
Stephen Allen, head of learning and programmes at the museum, said: "It's incredibly accurate. It's portrayed many details down to a level that we didn't think was possible with Lego, as well as quite a lot of witty and funny touches representing members of staff and visitors to the museum."