Taking to the streets of Miniland Birmingham, a miniature figure of Queen Elizabeth II can be seen waving to the rest of her royal family from the balcony, as her Jubilee carriage and mini figures parade through the streets in her honor.
It also features marches on foot, 350 patriots waving the national flag, streets lined with banners, journalists on hand and Secret Service agents watching nearby.
Miniland features many of the city’s iconic buildings, from bullrings to the world’s smallest Primark and now has its own royal procession for the first time.
Michelle Thompson, Birmingham Master Model Builder, said: “We are all looking forward to the Platinum Jubilee celebrations later this month. Her Majesty has been an incredible role model for the country during her 70 years on the throne, so we decided to do something to honor her legacy, by creating one of the smallest (but biggest) Jubilee celebrations ) in the world.
“Our mini figures lined the streets of Birmingham to commemorate the Queen and even threw a little street party with a miniature tea party including cucumber, ham and jam sandwiches alongside a Victoria sponge cake, biscuits and fruit punch.”
The exhibition will be on display at the King Edwards Road Center before and during the Jubilee