Guinness Book of World Records 2019 Lists Eight Cool LEGO Sets and Here’s How to Win One of Them

Guinness Book of World Records 2019

Back in August, Guinness World Records released their 2019 edition for the Book of World Records. One of the record sections they’ve hyped for the new volume is one pertaining to LEGO sets, eight of them which the Guinness Book of World Records 2019 recognizes as recreating several wonders of the world in plastic brick form.

For the curious, the LEGO sets featured in the 2019 Guinness Book of World Records are:

LEGO Technic Bucket Wheel Excavator (42055)Largest commercially available LEGO Technic Set (3,929 pieces); based on real Bucket Wheel Excavator (record-holder for Largest land vehicle and Heaviest land vehicle).

 

LEGO Creator Maersk Line Triple-E (10241) – non-record-holding set, but based on former record-holder for Largest Container Ship Maersk Line Triple-E.

 

LEGO Disney Castle (71040) – non-record-holding set, but based on record-holder for Tallest Theme Park Castle Cinderella Castle in The Magic Kingdom, Walt Disney World.

 

LEGO Eiffel Tower (10181) – non-record-holding set, but based on record-holder for Tallest Iron Structure real Eiffel Tower in Paris, France (the exclusive LEGO set is 1:300 scale).

 

LEGO Star Wars Ultimate Collectors’ Series Millennium Falcon (75192)Largest commercially available LEGO Set overall (7,541 pieces); based on the iconic starship from the Star Wars franchise.

 

LEGO Ideas NASA Apollo Saturn V (21309) – non-record-holding set, but based on record-holder for Largest rocket and Most powerful rocket by lift capacity (ever) the Saturn V rocket, which also contains the Most powerful single-chamber liquid-fuelled rocket engine

 

LEGO Statue of Liberty (3450) – non-record-holding set, but based on record-holder for Heaviest statue (27,156 tons) the Statue of Liberty on Liberty Island, New York City.

 

LEGO Wright Flyer (10124)– non-record-holding set, but based on historical record-holder for First Power-Driven Flight by Wright Brothers on their Flyer at Kitty Hawk, 1903.

 

With that out of the way, Guinness Book of World Records 2019 is now offering their readers a chance to win an actual LEGO Star Wars UCS Millennium Falcon set (75192), known for its incredible difficulty of acquisition during its heyday. Interested participants can visit the GWR page for the LEGO UCS Falcon contest, answer the trivia question, over there, and enter the required information.

Only site visitors from the US, Canada, the UK and Ireland can participate in this promo, and it lasts only until Friday, October 19 at 11:59:59 PM BST. Better hurry!

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