A usual staple of LEGO Advent Calendars, this year’s LEGO City offering includes the familiar minifigure characters from LEGO City Adventures such as Big Betty, Shirley Keeper, Officer Sam Grizzled, Fire Fighter Bob, Top Hat Tom, and Fendrich. It also comes with mini builds that add some fun holiday activities – it has a mini copter, monster truck, train, snow-covered tree, lamp post, and many more.
This year’s LEGO City Advent Calendar (60303) is expected to arrive on September 1st and will retail for around $30 similar to last year’s offering. I will update this post once it makes its appearance over at LEGO Shop@Home.
LEGO is all set to launch its first-ever online fan convention dubbed as LEGO CON. And after an initial teaser last week, LEGO is slowly building the hype by giving us a glimpse of the many things to expect once the virtual convention commences on June 26.
LEGO’s tweet hints at the various set announcements that are about to happen on LEGO CON. The most noticeable of this is understandably coming from the LEGO Star Wars front. I feel that it may lean towards the reveal of the LEGO Star Wars UCS Republic Gunship, which was ultimately selected by most fans during the LEGO Ideas Fan Vote back from February last year. There will also be a detailed presentation on the latest LEGO Super Mario sets for the 2nd half of the year, including the new Adventures With Luigi Starter Course (71387) and a host of others. I’m not really sure what LEGO has in mind with its LEGO Technic and Harry Potter presentations, but my best guess is that it might include possible building activities (competition perhaps) involving some of the new sets under these themes. Newer LEGO City sets will also be placed under the spotlight, especially since LEGO has invited an astronaut to grace the occasion. And those fans who will be watching online will also have the chance to participate in a live Q&A with designers of the LEGO Minecraft theme, and with Mojang’s Chief Brand Officer, Ms. Lydia Winters.
We can also be sure that LEGO has plenty of surprises in store during that 90-minute presentation. This includes the promise of more exclusive set reveals and other amazing guests. I’m still dwelling on the thought that the LEGO CON’s 2×2 brick logo may still have a connection to any sets, or activities that will be featured during the free, live online event. So be sure to mark June 26 on your calendars, and check your corresponding local time. For more updates, visit and bookmark the LEGO CON website.
We now have confirmation that the next LEGO City subtheme will be a high-flying rush of a series. Thanks to a now-removed online Japanese LEGO catalog, LEGO has shown us what great lengths minifigures will go through to get that adrenalin fix. The LEGO City Stuntz subtheme is expected to arrive in October, with 10 new sets showcasing their daredevil skills.
From the get-go, the LEGO City Stuntz includes a collection of sets that features what we typically see in a stunt show. It also includes a generous amount of motorbikes and vehicles that incorporate a pull-back action mechanism and unique LEGO Stuntz flywheels. Take a closer look at what each set has to offer by checking out the images below.
The LEGO City Stuntz is expected to make an official appearance via LEGO Shop@Home, perhaps sometime in July or August. I’ll update this post once more information comes in. In the meantime, be sure to check the LEGO City Wildlife Rescue subtheme that is also slated to arrive this summer.
Last week, an Italian online toy retailer gave us a glimpse of one of this year’s LEGO City subthemes. The LEGO City Wildlife Rescue is slated to arrive this August and LEGO Shop@Home has additional information on what to expect from this wave of LEGO City summer 2021 sets.
The subtheme feature several new animal figures and vehicles. The smaller sets offer some monkey figures, a male lion and cub, and a snake, while the larger ones feature new elephant figures and a crocodile. For all its worth, it’s a great way to build your LEGO animal collection similar to what the LEGO City’s Jungle setsoffered back in 2017.
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Introduce budding explorers to the wonders of nature with this inspiring LEGO® City Wildlife Rescue ATV (60300) playset, featuring a cool toy all-terrain vehicle (ATV) with tilt-to-turn steering, equipped with a grabber tool and drone, plus a small savanna setting. Just add the explorer, monkeys, and black scorpion for exciting animal-rescue adventures.
Great build-and-play experience for kids This toy construction set comes with an easy-to-follow building guide and Instructions PLUS – part of the free LEGO Building Instructions app for smartphones and tablets. This interactive construction guide, with zoom and rotate viewing tools, helps young LEGO builders become master builders!
The exciting world of LEGO City LEGO City Wildlife playsets put kids at the heart of the action with iconic animals, realistic settings, cool vehicles, and inspiring characters that stimulate creative role play based on real-life events.
Kids can become everyday heroes with this LEGO® City Wildlife Rescue Off-Roader (60301) playset, featuring an animal-rescue team including LEGO City Adventures TV series hero Jessica Sharpe, plus a lion, lion cub, and a snake with its egg. Just add the river setting, toy water scooter, and 4×4 to set the scene for exciting wildlife rescue adventures.
Fun for all the family LEGO 4+ sets deliver hours of fun for kids, friends, and families. Each set comes with a simple building guide and a Starter Brick element to help youngsters along. And with 4+ sets, you also get Instructions PLUS – part of the LEGO Building Instructions app. This interactive building guide, with zoom and rotate viewing tools, really does make LEGO building child’s play.
The awesome world of LEGO City LEGO City Wildlife playsets put kids at the heart of the action, with iconic animals, realistic settings, cool vehicles, and inspiring characters that stimulate imaginative role play based on real-life events.
This multi-model LEGO® City Wildlife Rescue Operation (60302) playset is packed with awesome features, including a cool winch helicopter, tracked vehicle, savanna setting with landslide function, and a veterinary station. Just add the toy elephants, crocodiles, monkey, and rescue team for endless hours of exciting animal rescue fun.
A great build-and-play experience for kids aged 6 and up You’ll find easy-to-follow building instructions for this LEGO City set in the box. Or you can download Instructions PLUS, part of the free LEGO Building Instructions app for smartphones and tablets. This interactive construction guide, with amazing zoom and rotate viewing tools, quickly turns kids into master builders!
Put kids at the heart of the action LEGO City Wildlife playsets come with iconic animals, realistic settings, detailed vehicles, and inspiring characters that stimulate imaginative play. Kids become the everyday heroes in stories and scenarios that depict life in a fun and exciting way.
This LEGO® City Wildlife Rescue Camp (60307) toy playset is packed with fun features. There’s a well-equipped treehouse-camp with a watchtower, plus a floating dinghy, mobile research lab, motorbike, and an ultralight. Kids also get 6 minifigures, including LEGO City TV character Sleet, plus elephant, lion, lioness, a lion cub, eagle, and monkey figures for fun-packed wildlife adventures.
A build-and-play experience for kids aged 6 and up You’ll find easy-to-follow building instructions for this LEGO City playset in the box. Or you can download Instructions PLUS, part of the free LEGO Building Instructions app for smartphones and tablets. This interactive construction guide, with amazing zoom and rotate viewing tools, turn kids into master builders!
Toys that spark the imagination LEGO City Wildlife playsets put kids at the heart of the action, with iconic animals, realistic settings, cool vehicles, and inspiring characters that stimulate imaginative role play based on real-life events.
Children with a passion for action-packed role-play will love the LEGO® City Seaside Police and Fire Mission (60308). This premium playset, combining 2 popular LEGO City themes, comes with a toy police station, police sea helicopter, crook’s speedboat, and a fire dinghy that really floats. And to kick-start the fun, kids also get 4 minifigures including LEGO City Adventures TV series hero, Tom Bennett!
Perfect for kids aged 5 and up Includes a printed construction guide and Instructions PLUS– part of the free LEGO Building Instructions app for smartphones and tablets. This interactive toy building guide, with amazing zoom and rotate viewing tools, helps young LEGO builders become master builders.
The awesome world of LEGO City LEGO City toy building sets deliver endless play possibilities with realistic models and inspiring characters. From catching crooks to putting out fires, kids become the everyday heroes at the heart of the action, developing key life skills as they build and play.
It looks like LEGO is on a wildlife rescue with this year’s summer wave of LEGO City sets. Some of these sets have been revealed already by an Italian online retailer giving us a glimpse of what to expect from this series of LEGO City Animal Rescue summer 2021 sets.
These sets are slated to be released sometime in August and feature some pretty cool new animal figures and vehicles. The smaller sets offer some monkey figures, a male lion and cub, and a snake, while the larger ones feature new elephant figures and a crocodile. For all its worth, it’s a great way to build your LEGO animal collection. The last time I saw a similar array of exciting animal figures was with LEGO City’s Jungle sets from 2017.
Since the LEGO City Animal Rescue summer 2021 sets are now making their appearance online, we can also expect them to be listed over at LEGO’s home shopping portal in the next few weeks. Take note that this is a partial listing and more similar sets may be revealed soon. These images may not be the most ideal, but they’re substantial enough to provide us a closer look.
Wildlife Rescue Hovercraft (30570) polybag
Animal Rescue ATV (60300)
74 pieces | 9.99 Euro | Includes 1 minifigure, 2 monkeys, and 1 scorpion figures
Animal Rescue Off-Road Vehicle (60301)
157 pieces | 44.99 Euro | Includes 3 minifigures, a male lion, lion cub, and snake figures
Animal Rescue Operation (60302)
525 pieces | 89.99 Euro | Includes 4 minifigures, a large single-piece elephant figure, baby elephant, crocodile, and 2 monkeys
Wildlife Rescue Camp (60307)
??? pieces | Approx $99.99 | Includes 6 minifigures, a large single-piece elephant figure, a male lion, lioness, lion cub, 2 monkeys, and eagle (?)
Our brick-minded friends from Promobricks managed to round up several, crisp images of what I am personally looking forward to as a LEGO collector. And thankfully, we now have an idea of what we can expect for next year’s collection of LEGO 2021 polybags.
From the looks of it, it seems that each particular LEGO theme will once offer a new polybag – from home-grown themes to licensed ones, each of these LEGO 2021 polybags offers a mini-scale version of a particular set in its upcoming subtheme (like in the case of the new LEGO Ninjagoand DOTS series) or expands your collection of useful LEGO pieces. Such is the case for the LEGO City Pop-Up Store (30569), considering the printed tile pieces that go with it.
They’re not usually listed over at LEGO Shop@Home, though you can find them in your local LEGO brand store and other third-party retailers as well. Expect these polys to be around starting January and throughout the first quarter of 2021, retailing for $4.99. Which one of these will you pick up? Let us know in the comments below.
LEGO Minecraft The Nether Duel (30331)
37 pieces | $4.99
LEGO Duplo My First Space Rocket (30332)
8 pieces | $4.99
LEGO Speed Champions McLaren Elva (30343)
86 pieces | $4.99
LEGO Minions Bob with Robot Arms (30387)
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LEGO Star Wars Imperial Shuttle (30388)
85 pieces | $4.99
LEGO Disney Princess Rapunzel’s Boat (30391)
38 pieces | $4.99
LEGO Friends Flower Cart (30413)
55 pieces | $4.99
LEGO Technic Helicopter (30465)
70 pieces | $4.99
LEGO Ninjago Lloyd’s Quad Bike (30539)
43 pieces | $4.99
LEGO DOTS Photo Holder Cube Bunny (30557)
109 pieces | $4.99
LEGO Classic Build a Super-Powered Snail (30563)
36 pieces | $4.99
LEGO Classic Build Your Own Monster or Vehicle (30564)
60 pieces | $4.99
LEGO Creator Birthday Clown (30565)
59 pieces | $4.99
LEGO City Fire Helicopter (30566)
40 pieces | $4.99
LEGO City Police Jet Ski (30567)
33 pieces | $4.99
LEGO City Skateboarder (30568)
40 pieces | $4.99
LEGO City Pop-Up Store (30569)
47 pieces | $4.99
LEGO Creator Mega Muscle Car (30577)
63 pieces | $4.99
LEGO Creator 3-in-1 German Shepherd (30578)
76 pieces | $4.99
LEGO Ninjago Legacy 2-in-1 Mini Titan Mech (30591)
77 pieces | $4.99
LEGO xtra Chinatown (40464)
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LEGO xtra Food (40465)
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UPDATE: It seems that the LEGO Catalog H1 2021 has been uploaded by mistake since it is no longer available to download from LEGO’s servers.
LEGO has uploaded the digital version of its LEGO Catalog H1 2021 (January to May 2021), and with it comes more LEGO sets that are expected to arrive during the 1st quarter of 2021. From the looks of it, LEGO still has plenty of surprises in store, other than what we know so far coming from its 2021 lineup of sets (e.g. those coming from its various non-licensed themes such City, Creator, Ninjago, and Friends among others).
Needless to say, the LEGO Catalog H1 2021 fills in some of the gaps that are noticeably missing in the upcoming sets that were revealed last time. Let’s take a look at some of these additional sets, all of which are slated to be available in February and March. I’ll keep you posted once these sets are listed over at LEGO Shop@Home.
Next year’s latest LEGO Classic sets throws in a handful of useful pieces for any LEGO fans in general. From transparent bricks to cogs and wheels, these extra LEGO pieces will sure come in handy for your next LEGO project.
LEGO City Shopping Street (60306)
533 pieces | $79.99
This particular LEGO City set comes with relatively new road plates and glow in the dark plates. From the looks of it, this set may be connected like a modular set to other sets from this wave.
LEGO CMF Series 22
We’re still counting the weeks before LEGO CMF Series 21 (71029) is released in January, and from the looks of it, LEGO is giving us a treat in May with the reveal of its CMF Series 22. There’s no word yet on the brick street on what this next wave of collectible minifigs will be, but given LEGO’s previous CMF releases, we can expect that this is most likely to come from a licensed theme. Marvel Superheroes perhaps? Let’s keep our fingers crossed.
LEGO Creator Space Mining Mech (31115)
327 pieces | $29.99
LEGO Creator Safari Wildlife Treehouse (31116)
397 pieces | $29.99
LEGO DOTS Bag Tags Dog (41927), Narwhal (41928), Leopard (41929), Panda (41930)
The LEGO DOTS Bag Tag collection is the latest addition to the theme’s brick-built wearables and accessories. Coming in at four animal-themed variants, these bag tags are expected to arrive in March 2021.
LEGO Duplo (10949, 10950, 10951, 10952)
LEGO Friends Heartlake City Bakery (41440)
99 pieces | $19.99
LEGO Friends Vet Clinic Rescue Buggy (41442)
100 pieces | $9.99
LEGO Friends Vet Clinic Ambulance (41445)
304 pieces | $29.99
LEGO Friends Heartlake City Vet Clinic (41446)
258 pieces | $39.99
LEGO Friends Heartlake City Shopping Mall (41450)
1,032 pieces | $99.99
LEGO Friends Doggy Day Care (41691)
LEGO Friends Vet Clinic Rescue Helicopter (41692)
LEGO Minecraft The Coral Reef (21164)
92 pieces | $9.99
LEGO Minecraft The Warped Forest (21168)
287 pieces | $29.99
LEGO Minecraft The First Adventure (21169)
542 pieces | $59.99
LEGO Minecraft The Pig House (21170)
490 pieces | $49.99
LEGO Ninjago Boulder Blaster (71736)
449 pieces | $39.99 | Minifigures include Lloyd, Cole, Eyezor, and a limited edition Golden Kai minifig
LEGO Ninjago Zane’s Titan Mech Battle (71738)
840 pieces| $59.99 | Minifigures include Zane, Soul Archer, Ghoultar, and a limited edition Golden Jay minifig
LEGO Ninjago Jay’s Electro Mech (71740)
106 pieces | $19.99 | Minifigures include Jay and Eyezor
LEGO Ninjago Lloyd’s Jungle Chopper Bike (71745)
183 pieces | $19.99 | Minifigures include Island Lloyd, Island Nya, Rumble Keeper
LEGO Ninjago Jungle Dragon (71746)
506 pieces | $39.99 | Minifigures include Island Lloyd, Island Zane, Thunder Keeper, Poulerik
LEGO Ninjago The Keepers’ Village (71747)
632 pieces | $49.99 | Minifigures include Island Kai, Island Jay, Island Cole, Thunder Keeper, Chief Mammatus
LEGO Ninjago Catamaran Sea Battle (71748)
780 pieces | $69.99 | Minifigures include Island Jay, Island Kai, Island Zane, Rumble Keeper, Thunder Keeper, Chief Mammatus
LEGO Technic Rescue Hovercraft (42120)
LEGO Technic Heavy Duty Excavator (42121)
There’s very scant information regarding this upcoming theme, but from the looks of it, this series will somewhat include some musical play function. We can also expect around 7 sets dedicated to the theme.
It’s that time of the year once again when LEGO, or in this case, excited third-party retailers, are now giving us a glimpse of things to come in the first half of 2021. Dutch online toy retailer Van der Meulen has rolled out a handful of crisp, LEGO City 2021 images giving us a closer look at what we can expect from this first 2021 wave of sets. First reported last October, this wave of LEGO City 2021 sets expands existing subthemes, from high-speed police action and rescue to a more leisurely trip and relaxation in brick-built vacation RVs and city centers.
At first glance, you can notice that are some interesting LEGO pieces included in some of these sets such as the trans orange fire pieces and the trans blue shooters that mimic a water cannon play feature. City buildings and other infrastructures now come with additional road plates that seem to connect with other LEGO City 2021 sets as well. LEGO also offers a sort of an expansion set in case you wish to add more roads to your latest LEGO City creation.
This wave of new-for-2021 sets is expected to be listed soon at LEGO Shop@Home anytime soon. I’ll be updating this post once they’re listed at LEGO’s online store. In the meantime, let’s check out these images. Thanks to The Brothers Brick for the heads-up.
If you’re keeping a watchful eye on some of the things that are happening in the LEGO community scene, then you might have noticed that last month was a roller coaster ride of rumors and teases that gave us a glimpse of what we can expect from LEGO next year. Given with such an enormous amount of info from the leaky faucet, let’s take time to sum up everything that we have learned so far about the upcoming LEGO sets for the first half (H1) of 2021.
60275 Police Helicopter (51 pieces, €9.99)
60276 Police Prisoner Transport (244 pieces, €19.99)
60278 Find the Crooks Hideout (??? pieces, €99.99)
60279 Mini Fire Truck (87 pieces, €9.99)
60280 Fire Truck with Ladder 4+ (88 pieces, €19.99)
60281 Fire Helicopter (212 pieces, €29.99)
60282 Mobile Fire Brigade Control Center (380 pieces, €49.99)
60283 Vacation RV (190 pieces, €19.99)
60284 Construction Site Truck (58 pieces, €9.99)
60285 Sports Car (89 pieces, €9.99)
60286 Beach Rescue Squad (79 pieces, €9.99)
60287 Tractor (148 pieces, €19.99)
60288 Racing Buggy Transporter (210 pieces, €19.99)
60289 Air Show Jet Transporter (281 pieces, €29.99)
60290 Skatepark (195 pieces, €29.99)
60291 Modern Family Home (388 pieces, €49.99)
60292 City Center (790 pieces, €99.99)
60304 Crossing With Traffic Lights (112 pieces, €19.99)
71730 Battle Set: Kai vs. Sculkin (61 pieces, €9.99)
71731 Battle Set: Zane vs. Nindroid (57 pieces, €9.99)
71732 Battle Set: Jay vs. Serpentine (69 pieces, €9.99)
71733 Battle Set: Cole vs. Ghost Fighter (51 pieces, €9.99)
71735 Tournament of the Elements (283 pieces, €29.99)
71736 Cole’s Rock Breaker (449 pieces, €39.99)
71737 X-1 Ninja Supercar (599 pieces, €49.99)
71738 Zane’s Titan Mech (840 pieces, €59.99)
71740 Jay’s Electric Mech 4+ (106 pieces, €19.99)
71741 Ninjago City Gardens (5561 pieces, €299.99)
71742 Overlord Dragon (??? pieces, €29.99)
71745 Lloyd’s Jungle Bike (183 pieces, €19.99)
71746 Jungle Dragon (506 pieces, €39.99)
71747 The Guardian Village (632 pieces, €49.99)
71748 Duel of the Catamarans (780 pieces, €69.99)
LEGO Art Mickey and Minnie Mouse Mosaic (??? pieces, €???)
LEGO Art Hogwart’s Crests Mosaic (4,249 pieces, €119.99)
76168 Marvel Avengers: Captain America Mech (121 pieces, €9.99)
76169 Marvel Avengers: Thor Mech (139 pieces, €9.99)
76170 Marvel Avengers: Iron Man vs Thanos 4+ (103 pieces, €9.99)
76171 Marvel Spider-Man: Miles Morales Mech (125 pieces, €9.99)
76172 Marvel: Spider-Man vs Sandman 4+ (45 pieces, €9.99)
76173 Marvel: Ghost Rider Car (212 pieces, €19.99)
76174 Marvel: Spider-Man’s Monster Truck (439 pieces, €49.99)
76175 Marvel: Spider-Man’s hideout (466 pieces, €69.99)
76180 DC: Batman and Joker Vehicles 4+ (136 pieces, €29.99)
76182 DC: Batman Cowl 18+ (410 pieces, €59.99)
76187 Marvel: Carnage Helmet 18+ (565 pieces, €59.99)
LEGO Super Mario
71380 Starter Course Set 2 (366 pieces, €59.99)
71381 Expansion Set (160 pieces, €19.99)
71382 Expansion Set (267 pieces, €29.99)
71383 Expansion Set (374 pieces, €39.99)
71384 Power-Up/Mario Costume Pack (18 pieces, €9.99)
71385 Power-Up/Mario Costume Pack (13 pieces, €9.99)
71386 Character Pack 2 (€3.99 per blind bag)
The names of these upcoming LEGO sets under the Super Mario theme are understandably kept under wraps, but from the looks of it, we can expect a new Starter Course set, 3 Expansion Sets, 2 additional Super Mario costumes, or Power-Ups, and another series of Character Packs. The Starter Course Set 2 is quite interesting and we’ll have to see how this will turn out.
LEGO Harry Potter
Rumor has it that the LEGO Harry Potter theme will receive its Disney-like series of Storybook Adventures, but in this case, based on the various classrooms of the iconic Hogwarts Castle. Each LEGO Harry Potter Storybook playset is expected to retail for €29.99, with a release date of January 2021.
This is an exhaustive list though since we can still expect plenty of new information to come in as we approach the last quarter of this year. However, since LEGO is quite mum about these things, for now, I highly suggest that we consider all of these things for the rumors that they really are for the time being. Unless we hear LEGO’s official press release and product reveal regarding its upcoming LEGO sets, then let’s take this piece of news with a healthy amount of salt.
After making its first appearance earlier in August, LEGO has now made it official and has exclusively listed the LEGO City Main Square (60271) over its LEGO Shop@Home portal. Coming in with an awesome lineup of LEGO City TV characters (total of 14 minifigs), the set comes in with 1,517 pieces and is expected to retail for $199.99 once it appears in LEGO Stores and online on September 1, 2020.
Here’s LEGO’s official product description of the LEGO City Main Square (60271) together with some awesome close-ups. If you wish to add this to your LEGO wishlist, then you can click on the following affiliate link as well. For the latest LEGO City sets, you may also check with LEGO Shop@Home.
Youngsters can dive right into the LEGO® City Adventures TV series with the amazing LEGO® City Main Square (60271) playset. There’s a city hall, city square, concert stage, classic diner, and a tram station, plus cool toy vehicles including Mayor Fleck’s stretch limousine, Snake Rattler’s motorbike, and Harl Hubbs’ handyman wagon. Add 14 minifigures, including an awesome lineup of LEGO City TV characters, and the scene is set for endless play.
City center playset for kids The LEGO City Main Square playset comes with an easy-to-follow building guide and Instructions PLUS – part of the free LEGO Building Instructions app for smartphones and tablets. This interactive building guide with zoom and rotate viewing tools quickly helps young LEGO builders become master builders.
Inspirational toys for boys and girls LEGO City building sets stimulate open-ended, creative role play with feature-rich buildings, realistic toy vehicles, and fun characters that deliver an enjoyable, fun-filled build, and play experience.
This amazing LEGO® City Main Square (60271) playset is a great introduction to the exciting world of LEGO® City. Perfect for kids aged 5 and up, it inspires open-ended, imaginative role-play based on real-life scenarios.
What’s in the box? Buildings include a city hall, concert stage, and diner. Vehicles include Snake Rattler’s motorbike and Harl Hubbs’ handyman wagon. There’s also an array of LEGO® City Adventures TV series minifigures.
Kids get to create and recreate scenes from the LEGO® City Adventures TV series with this amazing building set. It’s bursting with realistic features, functions, details, and characters that inspire fun, imaginative play.
Looking for a cool toy kids aged 5 and up? This LEGO® City Main Square playset makes a great Christmas, birthday, or any-other-day gift for LEGO City TV fans and kids who love to play. Requires only basic building skills.
When built, the city hall building measures over 12” (32cm) high, 10” (27cm) wide and 5” (15cm) deep, while the tram measures over 4″ (12cm) high, 14″ (37cm) long, and 1″ (5cm) wide.