The Largest Lego Mystery Mural is coming to Nathan Phillips Square

It will be over 40 ft x 12 ft and contain about 663,552 bricks

To celebrate the diversity and playfulness of Canada, the LEGO Group will be building the largest mural in the western hemisphere, which will be more than 40 ft x 12 ft and contain about 663,552 bricks.

From November 12th until December 2nd at Union Station in the Sir John A. Macdonald Plaza, the community will be building together to slowly reveal the mural image until the last brick is in place and the final scene is unveiled.

Once completed, the mural will be displayed at the Holiday Fair in Nathan Phillips Square alongside a large-scale 10-foot 3D LEGO Fireplace photo opportunity from December 4th until December 23rd.

The Holiday Fair in the Square is in support of Epilepsy Toronto, and it features an artisan market, a Fireside Lounge, a Winter Midway, tasty food trucks, Santa visits, and more.