Legoland has prepared a unique street party to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II’s birthday. The Windsor theme park has created a Lego birthday party that features the Buckingham Palace and an outdoor picnic with Lego depictions of the royal family.

The specially built Lego street party was made out of thousands of Lego bricks and contains a small model of the Buckingham Palace, as well as miniature street filled with revelers and delicious looking treats. The Lego depiction of the Queen’s birthday street party took around 650 hours to build, Telegraph reported.

Buckingham Palace Crowds gather to watch Changing of the Guard outside Buckingham Palace in London, Britain April 21, 2016. Britain's Queen Elizabeth celebrated her 90th birthday on Thursday. Photo: Reuters/Dylan Martinez

Legoland’s specialist model team have also created 600 Lego guests spread out in various areas of the miniature street party. One of the highlights of Legoland’s birthday party celebration for the Queen included a Lego table filled with miniature models of the royal family. Lego depictions of Prince Charles, the Duchess of Cornwall, Prince Harry, as well as Princesses Anne, Beatrice and Eugenie can be seen at the Royal Lego picnic table. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, including their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte, were also given Lego versions. The Queen’s beloved corgis were even featured in the Lego street party.

For Queen Elizabeth II’s Lego model, the tiny Queen wore a yellow dress and a tiny crown. The crown even contains 48 real diamonds, according to the same report. The Legoland team also used a total of 520 bricks to create the miniature Royal Family.

The special Lego street party for the Queen’s birthday was constructed ahead of the royal monarch’s June birthday festivities. The miniaturized street celebrations will also remain on display at Legoland’s Windsor theme park.

Meanwhile, Queen Elizabeth may have turned 90 in April but she is set to officially celebrate her birthday on Saturday, June 11 following British royal customs. The Queen’s birthday parade or Trooping the Colors will start at around 10 a.m and will feature more than 1,400 officers and 400 musicians, as well as members of the royal family. The parade will start at the Buckingham Palace and will head towards the Horse Guards Parade before going back to the Palace.

The event will end with the Royal Airforce’s flypast at around 1 p.m. Members of the royal family will witness the air show from the Buckingham Palace balcony.