Keep Little Builders Busy With These Brick Show Quarantine Creations

By now, a large portion of the planet has already felt the brunt of COVID-19. With local governments enforcing a strict quarantine or lockdown at homes to contain this pandemic, I guess it’s just a matter of time before boredom creeps in. It also doesn’t help to know that LEGO brand stores will be closed for the next two weeks or so. But no matter where you and your family are during these challenging times, the good news is, there are many ways to keep the young ones busy, and perhaps even the grown-ups as well. With just a few LEGO pieces and a generous amount of creativity, we can all have fun at home as we weather out this quarantine period. This is what Tyler and the gang have in mind in this newest TBS series entitled Quarantine Creations. Check out our initial episode below.

You might have seen Tyler already in LEGO Masters US, and this time around he will be giving us a walkthrough on how to build flying vehicles starting with a fleet of miniature helicopters. Just be sure to have those LEGO bricks around and check your collection. In fact, the parts that he used to create these minibuilds are relatively common, so I guess finding the necessary parts will not be that difficult. These building projects are also easy to follow that even our young, budding LEGO masters will enjoy creating it.

Here are some of the LEGO pieces that Tyler used for today’s episode of Quarantine Creations. Do you think you can find these in your LEGO collection?

Similar to his previous videos, Tyler makes it easy for kids and adult fans of LEGO to understand the LEGO magic (aka building techniques) behind these Quarantine Creations. I find it useful as an AFOL whenever he injects some lessons about the building techniques that he used behind each brick creation. You may even find this handy for other similar projects that you might be working on.

As I mentioned, this week will be about things that fly – helicopters, proper planes, jets, and even hot air balloons and airships – so be sure to stick around. Just follow our official Facebook page, or you may also subscribe to The Brick Show Shop’s YouTube channel for daily updates.

Do you have anything else in mind that you want to be featured in Quarantine Creations? Let me know in the comments below.

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LEGO Technic Dom’s Dodge Charger (42111) Set Images Released

A while ago, I mentioned about the upcoming LEGO Technic set that takes inspiration from the high-octane film franchise, Fast & Furious. We had a glimpse of this set thanks to an official LEGO brand store flyer from China. And knowing that the official release date of the set is slated for April 27, we can also expect more info to come in as we go through the week. However, it seems that 3rd-party LEGO retailers are also eager to share the news. Thanks to Brickshop, we now have a closer look at the LEGO Technic Dom’s Dodge Charger (42111).

LEGO Technic Dom's Dodge Charger

Coming in at 1,077 pieces, this latest brick collaboration between LEGO and Universal Pictures brings to life one of the most iconic muscle cars featured in the Fast & Furious films. The LEGO Technic Dom’s Dodge Charger is a tribute to the vehicle of choice of Vin Diesel’s Dominic Torreto. The set is based on the 1970 Dodge Charger R/T, modified to include an oversized V8 engine block for that extra horsepower. Additionally, Brickshop also included what seems to be the set’s official LEGO description published in Dutch. Here’s a rough Google translation in case you need to know.

LEGO Technic Dom’s Dodge Charger (42111)

1,077 pieces | 99.99 Euros

LEGO Technic Dom's Dodge Charger

Give fans of Fast & Furious the ultimate kick with this LEGO Technic Dom’s Dodge Charger (42111) building set for children and adults. Based on the iconic 1970s Dodge Charger R / T, this model is packed with authentic details. Under the hood that opens is a model version of the famous V8 engine. Other cool parts include moving pistons, forked suspension, steering, and blower.

There are even bottles of nitro in the trunk, to make Dom’s daring pursuits even more realistic. Just like in real life! Fans aged 10 and over will love to build their own replica model of Dominic Toretto’s famed car – after building the Dodge Charger, the fun really starts when fans re-enact classic scenes from ‘The Fast and the Furious’ and the street racing world come alive with adrenaline.

Cool construction toys for creative play fun The LEGO Technic universe is an advanced construction toy for LEGO fans ready for a new construction challenge.

  • Inspire fans to reenact their favorite scenes from the Fast & Furious movies with this fantastic LEGO Technic Dom’s Dodge Charger (42111), a cool replica of the classic muscle car.
  • With no less than 1,077 parts, this great building set is a fun challenge for children and fans who love toy model cars. This beautiful replica is inspired by the original Dodge Charger R / T from the 1970s and is packed with realistic details.
  • Thanks to the authentic parts such as moving pistons, suspension, steering and blower, fans can imitate the thrill of driving the real car. After playing, they can drop the model as an eye-catcher in the famous rear wheel position.
  • Looking for a fun holiday gift for kids over 10 or adults who love cars? This is an excellent choice. Fans can build the model version of Dom’s car and admire all the cool features as they act out movie scenes from Fast & Furious.
  • Dimensions: approx. 39 cm long, 16 cm wide and 11 cm high – the ideal size for lightning-fast racing adventures. Put the model car in the rear wheel position to create a striking eye-catcher.

The LEGO Technic Dom’s Dodge Charger (42111) is slated to be available in LEGO stores and via LEGO Shop@Home on April 27, with a retail price of 99.99 Euro or $99.99. Special thanks to Brickfinder for the heads-up.

 

WATCH: LEGO Ideas Pirates of Barracuda Bay Designer Video

Ahoy maties! LEGO has just released a pretty neat designer video for the LEGO Ideas Pirates of Barracuda Bay (21322). Listen to LEGO design captains Sam “Shipwreck” Johnson and Austin “Flint Fish” Carlson as they give landlubbers an inside tour of their outstanding creation. Watch this.

Originally submitted by LEGO fan designer Pablo Sanchez, the LEGO Ideas Pirates of Barracuda Bay is an endearing throwback to our early LEGO childhood days where we brave the unchartered seas together with Captain Redbeard and his merry minifigure crew.

This set comes in at 2,545 pieces and will exclusively retail for $199.99 via LEGO Shop@Home beginning April 1st. Read on for more info, and you may click the link below if you wish to add this brick beauty to your LEGO wishlist.

LEGO Ideas Pirates of Barracuda Bay (21322)

2,545 pieces | $199.99 

Rekindle nostalgic memories of childhood LEGO® construction projects with this LEGO Ideas Pirates of Barracuda Bay (21322) shipwreck island model for display and play. Enjoy some calm, quality time alone building – or share the fun with others. Discover the captain’s cabin, food store, kitchen, bedrooms, supply dock, farm, toilet, jail cell, tavern, and hidden treasure, plus lots of fun accessories, 8 pirate minifigures, assorted animal figures, and 2 skeleton figures to inspire action-packed stories. This set includes an island that can be split in half and rearranged. The shipwreck can also be dismantled and reassembled to make a ship inspired by the Black Seas Barracuda pirate ship LEGO model from 1989.

  • Build and play with or display this LEGO® Ideas Pirates of Barracuda Bay (21322) shipwreck island model. The island can also be split in half and rearranged, revealing buried pirate treasure.
  • The set has 8 minifigures including Captain Redbeard, Lady Anchor, Robin Loot and twins Port and Starboard for pirate role-play action, plus a shark, pig, 2 parrots, 3 crabs, 2 frogs, and 2 skeleton figures.
  • Rooms including a captain’s cabin, kitchen, tavern, bedroom and jail cell are filled with accessories. The shipwreck also rebuilds into a ship inspired by the 1989 LEGO® model, Captain Redbeard’s Black Seas Barracuda.
  • This 2,545-piece pirate building set makes a great birthday or holiday gift for pirate and LEGO® enthusiasts. It will give you a stress-relieving break from the daily grind – and hours of refreshing, creative fun.
  • This cool pirate shipwreck island model measures over 23” (59cm) high, 25” (64cm) wide and 12” (32cm) deep. It’s sure to make a big impression whether displayed at home or as an office desk toy.

A Glimpse at the new LEGO Technic Dodge Charger (42111)

When news came out that LEGO will be working on a new LEGO Technic set to commemorate the long-running Fast & Furious franchise, there have been well-grounded speculations that this new set might be based on a 1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse GS from the first film. However, this turns out to be false now that we have our first look at the upcoming LEGO Technic Dodge Charger (42111).

A flyer from a LEGO Store in China gives us a glimpse of the upcoming LEGO Technic Dodge Charger (42111).

The said image above, courtesy of Leganerd, was taken from a LEGO Store flyer in China. The said store calendar specifically states that the new LEGO Technic Dodge Charge (42111) will be available beginning April 27, consistent with The LEGO Group’s official press release, while LEGO shopping portal Pricevortex lists the set for 99.99 Euros.

On a personal level, I prefer this choice for a LEGO Technic Dodge Charger over the Mitsubishi  Eclipse, being a fan of classic muscle cars. If you recall, this Dodge Charger was the vehicle of choice for Vin Diesel’s Dominic Toretto throughout the Fast & Furious franchise. It is based on a modified 1970 Dodge Charger R/T with its signature engine block prominently sticking out of its hood. There have been several modifications of this muscle car throughout the film series, but I think this particular LEGO Technic set pays homage to the vehicle that Dom first used in the original film back in 2001.

The original 1970 Dodge Charger used in the first The Fast & The Furious film in 2001.

There are no further details regarding the LEGO Technic Dodge Charger (42111) as of the moment save for its release date and expected retail price. And given that it will retail for 99.99 Euros, we can somehow assume that it will be on the same scale as that of the LEGO Technic Rally Car (42077), slightly smaller to that of the LEGO Creator Expert Ford Mustang (10265). As a side note, this is not the first time that LEGO will be offering a brick-built Dodge Charger. In fact, it will be nice to see this upcoming LEGO Technic set alongside last year’s LEGO Speed Champions 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon and 1970 Dodge Charger R/T (75893).

LEGO’s first model of the classic Dodge Charger in this LEGO Speed Champions 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon and 1970 Dodge Charger R/T (75893) set.

Since the release date is set for April 27, and LEGO has been actively marketing this in the Asian region, then we can expect some official news or press release from LEGO anytime soon. Thanks again to Leganerd for the heads up, with additional info from Promobricks.

April 2020 LEGO Store Calendar Now Available

Allow me to begin by saying that next month’s LEGO Brand Store Calendar is noticeably underwhelming – and for a very good reason. Considering the global pandemic caused by the notorious COVID-19, all LEGO brand stores are effectively closed until the first half of April. However, that does not deter LEGO from making our Spring Break a bit more fun, even at home. You may still want to check out the April 2020 LEGO Store Calendar and what freebies are in store together with your next LEGO purchase. You may download a PDF copy, or view the gallery below.

As you may notice, the April 2020 LEGO Store Calendar is pretty much bare, with LEGO only giving emphasis on the freebies that it will offer via LEGO Shop@Home. In fact, two of these have been offered already since last week, with one promotional item to expect during the first half of April. I am still optimistic though that the LEGO store closures that we are experiencing will not last long beyond April, and I hope that normal store operations, and our lives in general, will soon be back on track.

At the most, we can be excited about the upcoming LEGO Ideas Pirates of Barracuda Bay (21322) which will be most likely released via LEGO’s online shopping portal. Anyways, here are some of the LEGO freebies in store for us next month via LEGO Shop@Home or LEGO catalog phone orders.

Free Exclusive LEGO Easter Egg (40371)

For single-receipt purchases of any LEGO products worth $50 or more from March 23 to April 13 will entitle you to a free LEGO Easter Egg (40371). This gift-with-purchase set comes in at 239 pieces and features a chick mini build inside a decorative brick-built egg casing.

Free LEGO Easter Bunny (30550)

Similar to the LEGO Easter Egg, the LEGO Easter Bunny (30550) will also be offered during the same time period of March 23-April 13 but on a lower qualifying purchase. For every single-receipt LEGO purchase (online or via phone) worth $30 and more will allow you to bring home this hopping mini build as well. It somehow comes close to what LEGO stores offer with their Monthly Mini Builds (MMB).

Free LEGO Trolls Poppy’s Carriage (30555)

April LEGO Store Calendar

This final freebie for the month of April features a polybag promotional for the LEGO Trolls World Tour theme. For every single-receipt purchase of any LEGO Trolls set worth $35 and above will qualify you for a free LEGO Trolls Poppy’s Carriage (30555) polybag. Though the LEGO Trolls sets have been out since January, it is still nice that LEGO managed to throw in an incentive for LEGO fans who will opt to buy these new sets. Though some parts of the world manage to show the movie, the US is yet to schedule a film release tentatively slated for April 10.

As I mentioned earlier, all LEGO brand stores are closed until April 12 which practically suspends all in-store activities such as Make and Take events, minifigure swaps, and other socially engaging activities. Its a drag really, but it’s for the best of all in the long run.

Keep safe brick fans and keep on building!

LEGO Brand Stores To Be Closed Until April 12, 2020

I guess this is another piece of sad news, but something that we need to accept eventually. The LEGO Group (TLG) has announced that due to the global menace brought about by COVID-19, all of their LEGO Brand Stores will remain closed until April 12 or until further notice. This applies to all of its directly supervised and owned 154 global brand stores, much of it located in the US.

The announcement came in as a response to the updated directives given by the international community on a coordinated response against the COVID-19 threat. If you recall, LEGO initially said that it will close all of its 153 LEGO Brand Stores until March 27 as part of its compliance with government regulations. However, the company deemed it necessary to extend the said closure until April 12 or until further notice dependent on the local government’s instructions. Here’s the official update from LEGO:

An open letter from Niels B Christiansen, CEO, The LEGO Group

Updated March 27, 2020

To continue to protect the health of our communities, the LEGO® Brand Retail stores we own and operate will remain temporarily closed until at least April 12, possibly longer depending on government guidance. In locations where government restrictions aren’t currently in place, selected LEGO stores owned and operated by our partners will remain open. Those stores are taking all the necessary precautions and monitoring the situation closely.

This notice only applies to 150+ brand stores that LEGO owned and supervised, not including the LEGO certified stores. However, it still depends on the local government where the store is located, if the latter will allow continuous store operations.

It’s quite disheartening, especially to those who are looking forward to seeing the recently announced LEGO Ideas Pirates of Barracuda Bay (21322) up close and personal on April 1. Though TLG did not mention it specifically, we can expect that LEGO Shop@Home will continue to be operational but it will be realistic to expect major downtimes in terms of delivery due to the high volume of orders.

As of this posting, the US has now surpassed China for the highest number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the world. That’s not a pretty picture to look at, and let’s continue to hope that all of these will eventually pass. Stay safe everyone and keep on building!

From the Rumor Mill: Will LEGO Wall Art Be the Next Big Thing For LEGO?

Here’s another piece of news from the LEGO rumor mill. Summer is just around the corner and with it is the anticipation of new LEGO sets slated for the 2nd half of 2020. We know that there is an upcoming new LEGO Monkey Kid theme that caters to LEGO fans in the Asian region, and this time around another LEGO theme is speculated to arrive specifically targeted or designed for the AFOL market. Will LEGO Wall Art be the next big LEGO thing? Read on for more details.

Promobricks have recently shared some interesting insider info that shows that LEGO might have something in the works similar to its LEGO Personalised Mosaic Portrait (40179). Furthermore, it seems that LEGO will be adding more licensed themes to this particular line that most fans will find appealing. This rumor is not entirely new to be exact, and for quite some time, talks within LEGO fan forums point to something towards a Project Zebra which the LEGO Group presumably has been working on. Like other big companies working on a super-secret project, LEGO also has the penchant for using codenames to mask their on-going plans against prying eyes.

But with newer and more reliable info coming in, we also believe that this new LEGO Wall Art theme points to what Project Zebra is all about. Please take note, and I really can’t overemphasize it further, that we must take this with a grain of salt and treat it strictly as a rumor until such time that LEGO officially confirms it. With that out of the way, let’s take a look at what this new rumored theme has to offer.

According to brick intel, this rumored LEGO Wall Art theme will have an initial offering of four sets. Bear in mind that these are not their exact set names but rather, a description of what they have to offer.

LEGO Wall Art Marilyn Monroe – Andy Warhol Pop Art (31197)

€119.99 | 3,341 pieces | Expected release date: August 3, 2020

LEGO Wall Art The Beatles (31198)

€119.99 | 2,933 pieces | Expected release date: August 3, 2020

LEGO Wall Art Iron Man (31199)

€119.99 | 3,406 pieces | Expected release date: October 1, 2020

LEGO Wall Art Star Wars Darth Vader (31200)

€119.99 | 3,167 pieces | Expected release date: October 1, 2020

 

Given that these sets are large enough to be somewhat like semi-mural type builds, then it would probably be comprised of several large LEGO plates as opposed to a single one. Its said that it will also come with its own mounting brackets, though it yet to be seen if these brackets will be made out of official LEGO pieces.

Check out some of these fan-made LEGO mosaics that give us a hint on how these LEGO Wall Art theme will possibly look.

LEGO Wall Art
A LEGO mosaic of Marilyn Monroe based on the pop art painting by Andy Warhol. Source: Etsy.
The cover album of The Beatles’ Let It Be is the inspiration behind this LEGO mosaic art. Source: IdleAmusements
The LEGO Iron Man Mosaic (6250093) gift-with-purchase set from Bricks World LEGO Certified Store, Singapore. Designed by LEGO Certified Professional, Nicholas Foo. Source: Flickr
A custom LEGO Darth Vader mosaic from Instructables.com.

If these LEGO Wall Art theme turns out to be true, then it is another way for AFOLs to show their love and respect for the LEGO brick. It seems that LEGO has been focusing lately on LEGO accessories, merging play with function. The new LEGO DOTS theme has shown us that, and this time older LEGO fans will have another opportunity to show their passion for LEGO art and decor.

Again, please consider this as a rumor until we hear the official word from LEGO. If the release dates prove to be true, then we can expect an early announcement perhaps at the beginning of summer.

So what do you think of the possibility of having a new LEGO Wall Art theme? Are you excited about it? Let me know what you think in the comments below.   Thanks again to Promobricks for the info.

LEGO Ideas Knight Rider – KITT Enters This Year’s First Review Stage

Fans of this NBC classic TV show will surely want to see this AI-powered car rendered into LEGO bricks. The LEGO Ideas Knight Rider – KITT is our next qualifier for this year’s LEGO Ideas First Review Stage, and it’s a cool way of celebrating the 80s show that most of us grew up with.

LEGO Ideas Knight Rider

Designed by LEGO fan builder Jimmi-DK, the LEGO Ideas Knight Rider – KITT (or short for Knight Industries Two Thousand) consists of 883 pieces and is the 13th entry to qualify for the First 2020 LEGO Ideas Review Stage. It measures more than 13 inches in length and comes very close to the LEGO Creator Expert Ford Mustang (10265) in terms of its physical dimensions.

In fact, this is not the first time that LEGO will be coming up with a Knight Rider inspired set. If you recall, the now discontinued LEGO Dimensions theme also offered a Knight Rider Fun Pack (71286) as a way of expanding its toys-to-life ensemble in 2017. However, the mini builds that go with these Fun Packs are a far cry in terms of accurately portraying their real-life counterparts. Hopefully having a LEGO Ideas Knight Rider set will fill in that gap that LEGO fans of the TV show would like to see.

LEGO Ideas Knight Rider

In case you’re not familiar with the classic TV series that inspired this qualifying entry, NBC’s Knight Rider first aired back in 1982, with David Hasselhoff’s starring in his breakout role as an LA police officer.  He played the role of a cop that is out for justice against those that are otherwise considered above the law. He is helped in his mission by an AI-powered supercar sidekick in the form of KITT.  Think of Siri or Alexa on wheels and you’ll get the point. The car itself is based on a modified 1982 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am model, hence the sleek curves on this brick design. I can just imagine how gorgeous it will look in black LEGO pieces if perchance the LEGO Ideas design team works their LEGO magic on this product idea.

Here’s what Jimmi-DK has to say about his entry. The LEGO Ideas Knight Rider – KITT joins The Great Fishing Boat together with eleven more qualifiers to enter the First 2020 LEGO Ideas Review Stage which will be concluded very soon.

Knight Rider – KITT

LEGO Ideas Knight Rider

As a kid in the 80s, I was, and still am, a huge fan of the TV series Knight Rider. I had a big poster on the wall with KITT and Michael Knight. The idea of having this cool looking self-aware car, that could drive itself, talk and jump over obstacles was very fascinating. KITT, which stands for Knight Industries Two Thousand, was a modified 1982 Pontiac Trans Am.
With this LEGO model, I have tried to capture the shape of the car and various details, such as the seats and other interiors.

Number of bricks: 883

Size:
Length: 336 mm (13.23 in)
Width: 128 mm (5.04 in)
Height: 80 mm (3.15 in)

READ: LEGO Ideas Pirates of Barracuda Bay (21322) Official Press Release

The next LEGO Ideas set has been revealed, and boy, am I really hyped for it! I’m pretty sure adult LEGO fans will all agree that the LEGO Ideas Pirates of Barracuda Bay (21322) is one set that surely triggers a lot of memories of our early days of LEGO building. Plus the fact that this latest LEGO Ideas set is just gorgeously stunning simply makes this latest offering a must-have. And LEGO couldn’t agree more. Read on for The LEGO Group’s official press release about the Pirates of Barracuda Bay (21322) to learn more about the inspiration behind this set.

Pirates of Barracuda Bay (21322)

Notwithstanding the threat of COVID-19, I must say that 2020 is a year of great releases as far as the LEGO Ideas theme is concerned. Other than this recent addition, we also have the LEGO Ideas 123 Sesame Street Apartment Building (21323) to watch out for. And if there are any LEGO sets that will fill in the top spot of my LEGO wishlist for 2020, these two will definitely suffice.

The LEGO Ideas Pirates of Barracuda Bay (21322) will be available beginning April 1st (and on my AFOL’s honor, this is NOT  an April Fool’s Day joke) at LEGO Shop@Home and on LEGO brand stores, retailing for $199.99. It’s not on sale or pre-order yet, but you have the option of adding this to your LEGO online wishlist.

Arghhh me hearties! Explore an epic shipwreck with the new LEGO® Ideas Pirates of Barracuda Bay

Pirates of Barracuda Bay (21322)

The LEGO Group has announced the latest LEGO Ideas set, bringing back memories of the beloved LEGO Pirates theme.

Become a pirate with this brand-new LEGO Ideas set, inspired by the 1989 Black Seas Barracuda pirate ship model. Adventurers can now explore the island and the wreckage of Captain Redbeard’s famous ship, which was lost at sea over 30 years ago.

The new LEGO© Ideas Pirates of Barracuda Bay set has been created based on a submission to the LEGO Ideas platform by fan designer Pablo Sánchez Jiménez, who has a passion for all things pirate and was inspired after building LEGO brick models with his dad when he was young. The concept behind the LEGO® IDEAS Pirates of Barracuda Bay set reached the 10,000-supporter milestone in just 25 days – making it one of the quickest sets to hit the target.

With 2,545-pieces in total, the model contains everything a pirate or LEGO fan needs to create the ultimate shipwreck – including a captain’s quarters, food store and supply dock. LEGO builders can even uncover buried treasure on the island by removing parts of the ship to explore new areas and create new stories.

This set also contains 8 Minifigures all based on pirate characters from the classic pirate lines, including the iconic Captain Redbeard, Lady Anchor, Robin Loot and the twins, Port and Starboard, as well as 3 other pirates and 2 skeleton figures and various animals to discover on the island.

When builders tire of being stranded at sea, the island can also be reassembled to create Captain Redbeard’s legendary ship, the Black Seas Barracuda. Rebuild the ship to launch a rescue mission to take the ship’s crew back to safety and find the buried treasure.

The LEGO® Ideas Pirates of Barracuda Bay set measures over 23” (59cm) high, 25” (64cm) wide and 12” (32cm) deep and is sure to catch the eye whether proudly displayed or placed amongst other LEGO Pirate sets.

LEGO Ideas offers fans the opportunity to submit their own brick creations with the chance to have their concept brought to life with the help of LEGO master designers and a share of the net sales.

Fans can submit their own LEGO set ideas at ideas.LEGO.com.

21322 LEGO Ideas Pirates of Barracuda Bay will be available directly via LEGO.com and LEGO Stores from 1st April 2020.

LEGO Ideas Pirates of Barracuda Bay (21322) Officially Revealed!

This is one exciting set that you surely wouldn’t want to miss! After several teasers over social media, the next LEGO Ideas set has been finally unveiled. Setting sail over at LEGO Shop@Home is the gorgeous and impressively huge LEGO Ideas Pirates of Barracuda Bay (21322). Check out the product details and crisp official images below.

LEGO Ideas Pirates of Barracuda Bay

Slated to be released on April 1st (and this ain’t an April Fool’s Day joke), the LEGO Ideas Pirates of Barracuda Bay (21322) comes in at 2,545 pieces and will retail for $199.99. Inspired by LEGO fan builder Pablo Sanchez (or Brick_Brick at LEGO Ideas), this set will certainly bring back memories of the good ‘ol LEGO Pirates days together with the daring Captain Redbeard and his dauntless pirate crew. This set is now listed over LEGO Shop@Home and you may opt to add this to your wishlist so you will be notified later on of its availability. I just hope that LEGO brand stores will be back on track on this date, moving forward.

LEGO Ideas Pirates of Barracuda Bay (21322)

2,545 pieces || $199.99 USD

LEGO Ideas Pirates of Barracuda Bay

LEGO Ideas Pirates of Barracuda Bay

LEGO Ideas Pirates of Barracuda Bay LEGO Ideas Pirates of Barracuda Bay

 

Rekindle nostalgic memories of childhood LEGO® construction projects with this LEGO Ideas Pirates of Barracuda Bay (21322) shipwreck island model for display and play. Enjoy some calm, quality time alone building – or share the fun with others.

Rebuild into a classic
Discover the captain’s cabin, food store, kitchen, bedrooms, supply dock, farm, toilet, jail cell, tavern, and hidden treasure, plus lots of fun accessories, 8 pirate minifigures, assorted animal figures, and 2 skeleton figures to inspire action-packed stories. This set includes an island that can be split in half and rearranged. The shipwreck can also be dismantled and reassembled to make a ship inspired by the Black Seas Barracuda pirate ship LEGO model from 1989.

Fan-tastic ideas!
LEGO Ideas offers a diverse array of sets, all created by LEGO fans and voted for by LEGO fans. Inspired by real-life, action heroes, iconic movies, popular TV series or totally original concepts, there are cool model kits for people of all ages.

  • Build and play with or display this LEGO® Ideas Pirates of Barracuda Bay (21322) shipwreck island model. The island can also be split in half and rearranged, revealing buried pirate treasure.
  • The set has 8 minifigures including Captain Redbeard, Lady Anchor, Robin Loot and twins Port and Starboard for pirate role-play action, plus a shark, pig, 2 parrots, 3 crabs, 2 frogs, and 2 skeleton figures.
  • Rooms including a captain’s cabin, kitchen, tavern, bedroom and jail cell are filled with accessories. The shipwreck also rebuilds into a ship inspired by the 1989 LEGO® model, Captain Redbeard’s Black Seas Barracuda.
  • This 2,545-piece pirate building set makes a great birthday or holiday gift for pirate and LEGO® enthusiasts. It will give you a stress-relieving break from the daily grind – and hours of refreshing, creative fun.
  • This cool pirate shipwreck island model measures over 23” (59cm) high, 25” (64cm) wide and 12” (32cm) deep. It’s sure to make a big impression whether displayed at home or as an office desk toy.