Zoe Cartell from Legoland Windsor says the tower took four days to build.
A world record has been set today (Sunday 8th July) as the final elements were placed at the top of a 32m high lego tower at Legoland in Windsor. Hundreds of people lent a hand to put together the gargantuan structure which was topped off with some Lego mini figures.
The tower is made up of over 160 sections using more than half a million lego bricks.
Legoland Windsor is hoping to get into the record books today by building the world's tallest Lego tower.
Thousands of people are lending a hand to put together the gargantuan structure made from 500,000 bricks.
When it's finished the structure will stand at a height of more than 31.9 metres, which will beat the current record set in Seoul, South Korea.