Legoland Windsor paid tribute to the Queen by adding flags at half mast and mourners laying flowers to its Windsor Castle and Buckingham Palace displays.
Smaller details such as a notice of the British monarch’s death on the gates of Buckingham Palace were also added.
The theme park closed for a day following the news of Her Majesty’s death aged 96 but has now reopened.
The park is based in Windsor, where the Queen also lived. In past years people living in the area grew used to seeing her in the Great Park there.
Legoland paid tribute to the Queen with miniature versions of Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle with flags at half mast and mourners laying flowers
Smaller details such as a notice of the longest-reigning British monarch’s death on the gates of Buckingham Palace were included in the display at the theme park in Windsor
At teh miniature version of Windsor Castle, flowers littered the fence, just as in real life
Flags made of Lego were flying at half mast at the miniatures in the theme park based in Windsor
TikTok user and mother Aamina Zafar-Tariq said: ‘Legoland’s tribute to our late Queen Elizabeth II is making me a little emotional.
‘[It was] complete with the carpet of flowers, notice of her death on palace gates and flags flying at half mast over Windsor Castle and Buckingham Palace.’
Her clip of the miniatures has garnered more than 185,000 views on TikTok.
At the real life versions of the Castle and Palace, flags are at half mast and thousands of mourners have left flowers and tributes to Her Majesty, who was adored by her people.
Many tributes have been moved to Green Park to preserve them, where rows of flowers are piling up day by day.
Incredible scenes of community spirit can be seen at the park by Buckingham Palace as it shows the endless lines of flowers, tributes, cuddly toys, candles and cards covering the green grass and walkways, with Royal Park staff seen heading to and from their trucks to continue laying down bouquets.
Now members of the public who have gone down to Green Park to both soak up the atmosphere and pay their respects for the late Queen Elizabeth II have started helping out the gardeners by removing the plastic wrap of bunches of flowers so the later job of turning them into compost is made much easier.
At the real life version of Buckingham Palace, the Union Jack is flying at half mast to honour the Queen
Similarly at Windsor Castle the flag is at half mast. Tens of millions of people across Britain are mourning the loss of the monarch
Today, which marks the second official day of mourning for Queen Elizabeth II, the late monarch’s coffin is being taken by road to the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh, on a six-hour journey by hearse, covering 175 miles. She is accompanied by her daughter, Anne, Princess Royal.
Those in Green Park paying tribute may have also got a glimpse of the new King as he was driven into Buckingham Palace early this afternoon as he waved to crowds before his audiences today.
Members if the public help arrange and prepare flowers for display in Green Park due to the large volumes being laid for the Queen following her death
Flower tributes are continuing to be brought into Green Park as masses of the public head to central London to visit the royal park
A tearful King Charles III was greeted by thousands of well-wishers as he arrived at Buckingham Palace this afternoon where he will meet with Commonwealth general secretary Patricia Scotland – while his mother the Queen embarks on her six-hour journey from Balmoral to Edinburgh.
Crowds lining the length of The Mall – including children sat on top of parents’ shoulders – cheered and waved at the monarch as he was driven through the Palace gates, accompanied by a motorcade of four cars and four police motorbikes.
After her doctor’s health concerns were shared to the public on 8 September, members of the public have headed towards the royal palace to send their well-wishes – and the numbers have only skyrocketed since the Queen’s death was announced at 6.30pm on Thursday.
After her doctor’s health concerns were shared to the public on 8 September, members of the public have headed towards the royal palace to send their well-wishes – and the numbers have only skyrocketed since the Queen’s death was announced at 6.30pm on Thursday
A little girl looks at the floral and written tributes outside Windsor Castle at 8am this morning where plenty of well-wishers went to pay their respects today
Tens of thousands of flowers have been left for Her Majesty in the days since her passing, with many people seen in tears at the sight of what’s before them.
Palace gardeners have been removing bunches of flowers off the gates and moved them to Green Park to help make space for the public to continue to get as close as they can to the King’s new home as the nation comes to terms with the Queen’s death at age 96.
Members if the public have been pictured helping arrange and prepare flowers for display in Green Park due to the large volumes being laid for the Queen following her death.
Lots of young families have made their way to Buckingham Palace this weekend, with parents taking the opportunity to show such a huge moment in history to their children.