21 Largest LEGO Mech Builds That You Can Add to Your Collection Today 

If you’re a fan of LEGO and mechs, then you may notice that LEGO mechs have been around for a long time and have always been popular among fans. But if you’re looking for the largest LEGO mech builds, then stay tuned because I’ve compiled a list of 21 of the biggest and most impressive ones you can add to your collection today. These builds range from towering titans from LEGO Monkie Kid to agile combat machines from LEGO Ninjago, each with its own unique style and design.

Tracing back the roots of these largest LEGO mech builds or sets goes way back to the time of LEGO classic themes. When LEGO launched its LEGO Space theme and introduced our very first Cybernaut (6951: Robot Command Center) made of LEGO in 1984, brick-built robots became a staple across LEGO themes and sets.  And if you’re a fan of LEGO mechs, then you have probably noticed that the past 5-7 years have seen a steady increase in the number of these largest LEGO mech sets. Simply put, there are a ton of amazing mech builds out there that you can add to your collection today.

LEGO bricks have always been associated with wonder and creativity, and the introduction of this largest LEGO mech sets into the mix (as far as minifigures are concerned) has taken it to a whole new level. With the ability to create complex, articulated figures with hundreds of LEGO pieces, the possibilities are virtually endless.

And in case you’re wondering where we are right now in terms of LEGO mechs, you may also notice that the majority of these official LEGO mech sets are coming from homegrown themes such as LEGO Ninjago and LEGO Monkie Kid, and licensed ones such as LEGO Marvel Superheroes.  As a rule of thumb, I only considered those sets with more than a 700-piece count in this listing of the largest LEGO mech builds around. Most of these are still available at LEGO.com and Amazon, so if you’re interested to add them to your LEGO mech collection, then you may also click on their respective affiliate links below.

With that out of the way, let’s dive in and check this out.

LEGO Ninjago Dawn of Iron Doom (70626)

704 pieces | Minifigures include Jay, Lloyd, Wu Sensei, Krux, Acronix, and Commander Blunck | Released: January 2017 | Available via Amazon 


The LEGO Movie Emmet’s Construct-o-Mech (70814)

708 pieces | Minifigures include Emmet, Unikitty (Angry Kitty), and Robo Skeletons | Released: June 2014 | Available via Amazon


LEGO Jurrasic World T. rex vs Dino-Mech Battle (75938)

716 pieces | Minifigures include Owen Grady, Claire Dearing, Danny Nedermeyer, Vic Hoskins, T.rex, and Baby Raptors figures | Released: June 2019 | Available via Amazon 


The LEGO Ninjago Movie Garma Mecha Man (70613)

747 pieces | Minifigures include Lloyd, Shark Army Great White, Lord Garmadon, and Pat | Released August 2017 | Available via Amazon


LEGO Ninjago Titan Mech Battle (70737)

754 pieces | Minifigures include Zane, Jay, Samurai X (Nya), Scythe Master Ghoultar, and Blade Master Bansha | Released June 2015 | Available via Amazon


LEGO Ninjago Jay’s Titan Mech (71785)

794 pieces | Minifigures include Jay, Nya, Pixal Bot, Bone Knight, Bone Hunter, and Bone King | Released January 2023 | Available via LEGO.com and Amazon


LEGO Ninjago Zane’s Titan Mech Battle (71738)

840 pieces | Minifigures include Jay, Zane, and Ghosts | Released January 2021 | Available via LEGO.com and Amazon


LEGO Ninjago Lloyd’s Titan Mech (70676)

876 pieces | Minifigures include Lloyd, Zane, General Vex, Blizzard Warrior, Blizzard Archer, and Blizzard Sword Master | Released June 2019 | Available via Amazon


LEGO Monkie Kid Evil Macaque’s Mech (80033)

893 pieces | Minifigures include Monkie Kid, Mei, Sandy, Savage, and Evil Macaque | Released January 2022 | Available via LEGO.com

Largest LEGO Mech


The LEGO Ninjago Movie Fire Mech (70615)

944 pieces | Minifigures include Kai, Zane, Lauren, Henry, Jelly, and Hammer Head | Released August 2017 | Available via Amazon

Largest LEGO Mech


LEGO Ninjago Fire Stone Mech (71720)

968 pieces | Minifigures include Kai, Cole, Nya, Munce, and Moe | Released June 2020 | Available via Amazon

Largest LEGO Mech


LEGO Ninjago Nya’s Samurai X MECH (71775)

1,003 pieces | Minifigures include Jay, Samurai X (Nya), Wu Sensei, Lil’ Nelson, General Pythor, The Mechanic, Vengestone Warrior, Garmadon (Oni) | Released in June 2022 | Available via LEGO.com and Amazon

Largest LEGO Mech


LEGO Monkie Kid Demon Bull King (80010)

1,051 pieces | Minifigures include Monkie Kid, Pigsy, and Princess Iron Fan | Released in May 2020 | Available via Amazon

Largest LEGO Mech


LEGO Ninjago Ninja Ultra Combo Mech (71765)

1,104 pieces | Minifigures include Jay, Kai, Cole, Zane, Boa Destructor, Cobra Mechanic, and Wu Bot | Released in January 2022 | Available via LEGO.com and Amazon

Largest LEGO Mech


The LEGO Ninjago Movie Quake Mech (70632)

1,202 pieces | Minifigures include Cole, Mike the Spike, Misako, Fred Finley, and Crusher | Released in December 2017 | Available via Amazon

Largest LEGO Mech


LEGO Marvel Superheroes The Hulkbuster: Ultron Edition (76105)

1,363 pieces | Minifigure includes an Iron Man Mark 43 Armor | Released in March 2018 | Available via Amazon

Largest LEGO Mech


LEGO Icons Optimus Prime (10302)

1,508 pieces | Release in June 2022 | Available via LEGO.com and Amazon.

Largest LEGO Mech


LEGO Monkie Kid Monkey King Warrior Mech (80012)

1,629 pieces | Minifigures include Monkie Kid, Jia, An, Ironclad Henchman, General Ironclad, and Monkey King | Released in May 2020 | Available via Amazon

Largest LEGO Mech


LEGO Monkie Kid Monkey King Ultra Mech (80045)

1,705 pieces | Minifigures include Monkie Kid, Mr. Tang, Monkey King, Yellow Tusk Elephant, Azure Lion, and the Golden-Winged Eagle | Released January 2023 | Available via LEGO.com

Largest LEGO Mech


LEGO Ideas Voltron (21311)

2,321 pieces | Released in August 2018 | Available via Amazon

Largest LEGO Mech


LEGO Marvel Superheroes Hulkbuster (76210)

4,049 pieces | Minifigure includes Tony Stark | Released November 2022 | Available via LEGO.com and Amazon

Largest LEGO Mech


LEGO Monkie Kid 2023 Offers Another Impressive Mech and More

Earlier last month, we caught a glimpse of things to come with LEGO’s action-packed, Monkie Kid-themed sets. The Legend of the Monkey King continues in its brick-filled glory, in five new and aesthetically impressive LEGO Monkie Kid 2023 sets, featuring its largest mech build ever.

The LEGO Monkie Kid theme is still going strong since its inception 4 years ago. And with a colorful story based on the mythical story of The Journey to the West, this impressive line of LEGO sets has drawn a lot of fans and collectors.

For this initial wave of LEGO Monkie Kid 2023 sets, the 15-inch tall Monkey King Ultra Mech is certainly an eye-catcher. This and the entire wave of its 1HY 2023 sets are all slated to be available in January 2023.  For a more in-depth look at what these sets have to offer, take a look at their official images and product descriptions below.

Monkie Kid’s Combi Mech (80040)

277 pieces | Includes Monkie Kid and Ink Demon minifigures | $19.99

Introduce children aged 7 and up to legendary Monkey King tales while they play out fun adventures with this LEGO® Monkie Kid™ (80040) playset, featuring Monkie Kid’s Combi Mech. This sturdy, fully posable mech has articulated arms, legs and novelty knee joints, brick launchers in its articulated fingers and can hold a staff and sword. The set includes 2 minifigure characters – Monkie Kid and an Ink Demon – and a brick-launching catapult.


Mei’s Dragon Jet (80041)

246 pieces | Includes Mei, Ink Demon, and Ink General minifigures | $19.99

Give children hours of imaginative play with this detailed LEGO® brick model of Mei’s Dragon Jet (80041) for ages 7 and up. Fold back the wings and combine the jet with the 80040 mech. Remove the brick-built small flyer so Mei can get up close and personal with the Ink Demon and Ink General. The jet plane includes 2 stud launchers and comes with 3 LEGO minifigures for role play, Mei’s sword and helmet, plus a brick-built cannon stud launcher.


Yellow Tusk Elephant (80043)

844 pieces | Includes Mei, Pigsy, Yellow Tusk Elephant, Ink Demon and Ink General minifigures | $79.99

Excite kids aged 8 and up with a classic Chinese legend in this LEGO® Monkie Kid™ recreation of the Yellow Tusk Elephant (80043). This set features the Yellow Tusk Elephant from season 4 of the LEGO Monkie Kid TV show and includes Mei Power-up, Pigsy, Yellow Tusk Elephant, Ink Demon and Ink General minifigures, a posable elephant creature with a throne, movable trunk, multiple shooting function and transforming mech section, plus a carriage with a cage.


Monkie Kid’s Team Hideout (80044)

1,582 pieces | Includes Monkie Kid, Mei, Pigsy, Sandy, Lee the Panda, and The Golden-Winged Eagle minifigures | $139.99

Thrill kids aged 9 and up with this LEGO® Monkie Kid™ recreation of Monkie Kid’s Team Hideout (80044). This toy playset features 9 modules that can be endlessly reconfigured. The hideout has lots of play starters for unlimited fun, including a multi-shooter launcher, a liftable roof that reveals a hidden shooter and more.


Monkey King Ultra Mech (80045)

1,705 pieces | Includes Monkie Kid, Monkey King, Yellow Tusk Elephant, The Golden-Winged Eagle, Azure Lion, and Mr. Tang minifigures | $159.99

Get kids aged 10 and up excited about classic legends with this brick-built LEGO® Monkie Kid™ Monkey King Ultra Mech (80045). The set recalls the original Monkey King Warrior Mech, with updated features and functions to extend play, including rear rocket boosters, a new armor design, newly designed Golden Sight power with a light brick, a staff and other weapons that can be transformed into a jet.



2022 LEGO Polybag Images Revealed

As you may have noticed, LEGO is now announcing sets coming this 2022, left and right. The reveals range across all popular themes and licensed IPs, as well as size. From sprawling city skylines to towering sci-fantasy rockets to adorable BrickHeadz, the January 1 launch window’s pretty packed. That goes also for the extremely small end of the LEGO set spectrum. Beyond a new LEGO Star Wars Microfighter we’ll also be seeing a selection of polybags. Granted, this particular LEGO reveal is sparsely detailed in comparison. We have no idea if the polybags are purchasable as is or GWPs instead, and when they’ll even appear.

While the following next-year LEGO polybags haven’t even got a LEGO.com listing, we at least know how they look now. Particularly noteworthy is the Technic polybag. Early in November the UK-published “LEGO Giant Series” Technic Mag featured a polybag in the cover. Their product numbers are even close enough by a few tens. Apparently they’d be the first Technic polybags to come out since the last ones in 2000. Sounds like it’s certainly worth collecting, along with the rest, as covered by The Brick Fan:

  • LEGO Friends Market Stall (30416)

  • LEGO Technic Volvo Wheel Loader (30433)

  • LEGO Star Wars AT-ST (30495)

  • LEGO Monkie Kid Monkie Kid’s Underwater Journey (30562)

  • LEGO City Kids’ Playground (30588)

That’s all we have for now, but we’ll bet more LEGO polybags will follow throughout 2022.

LEGO Japan Showcases Two-Set Fusions of Sets Available on Amazon.JP

The key concept of LEGO has always been that, with any given number of bricks, one can build anything. True, most packaged LEGO sets are to build a specific building/vehicle/etc. They even have instruction manuals so that builders can assemble the pieces exactly as pictured. But ultimately, building with LEGO bricks can be one of the best outlets for creative freedom. LEGO Japan two Saturdays ago demonstrated that fact in partnership with Amazon Japan. The results of that promotional activity on social media would grab attention and ignite builder creativity.

Brick Fanatics brings us this interesting social media activity made possible by the Japanese divisions of LEGO and Amazon. The challenge: How would you combine two different LEGO set builds into a unified creation? LEGO JP’s original Twitter post (November 13, 2021) even provides an example.

The “Before” photo showcases the completed LEGO Technic Off-Road Buggy (42124) and LEGO Monkie Kid Lion Guardian (80021). The “After” photo reveals the Buggy revamped to have the Lion Guardian as a motif. LEGO Japan invites viewers to visit Amazon JP’s page, and post their own two-set fusions in the comments. Let’s go over to Amazon’s Japanese page now.

In the page, we see two LEGO Friends sets, Friendship Bus (41395) and Heartlake City Organic Café (41444). They get fused into a curious double-decker food truck.

Two Ninjago sets – Jungle Dragon (71746) and Zane’s Titan Mech (71738) – fuse into a dragon robot. It looks similar to mecha plastic models by Bandai.

The real Japanese essence of this LEGO-Amazon team-up lies in this particular build. LEGO Ideas Tree House (21318) plus Botanical Collection Bonsai Tree (10281) equals Sakura Tree House. The featured LEGO sets are mostly available on Amazon.jp, or you can just go LEGO.com. They’re very inspiring fusions, right?

LEGOLAND Shanghai Begins Construction; Will Have “Monkie Kid” Themed Land

Monkie Kid has got to be one of the best new theme lines introduced by LEGO in recent years. A new adventure spun off from the classic Chinese novel that isn’t “Dragon Ball” all but guarantees popularity in Asia. Not for nothing does the animated series tie-in boast multiple Asian-language dubs. Aside from Japanese and Korean, “LEGO Monkie Kid” has a Cantonese dub and two for Mandarin. While the theme and show have a growing global fan-base, Asia looks to be its main stomping grounds. That would explain why the under-construction LEGOLAND Shanghai has plans for a Monkie Kid area.

First announced this past November 6, LEGOLAND Shanghai is one of three LEGOLAND resorts planned in China. Merlin Entertainments, LEGOLAND’s owner-operator, announced the start of construction on their official website. Soon to rise from Jinshan, LEGOLAND Shanghai has the honor of getting the first Monkie Kid themed area. As expected of the source material, this zone will feature Chinese architectural styles and natural landscaping. Through the LEGO Monkie Kid’ fun medium, young visitors to LEGOLAND Shanghai could also connect to their Chinese heritage. We may well expect attractions and walk-around cast featuring MK and his friends, plus their many antagonists.

The groundbreaking ceremony of LEGOLAND Shanghai involved the unveiling of a giant LEGO brick. This monument represents the symbolic first building block in the construction of the new resort. Merlin Entertainments CEO Nick Varney and LEGO Executive Chairman Jorgen Vig Knudstorp were VIPs alongside Shanghai’s Deputy Mayor. LEGOLAND Shanghai plans to open sometime in 2024. LEGO Monkie Kid on the other hand is promised to release new sets next year. Its animated adaptation should also have a third season underway.

LEGO Monkie Kid Galactic Explorer (80035) Makes Its Debut at the Expo

For fans of LEGO action themes wanting more variety outside Ninjago, Monkie Kid was a breath of fresh air. A fantasy-futuristic take on Journey to the West isn’t new; anime fans have Dragon Ball for starters. But an action-packed, super fun series rendered in LEGO and animated in 2D? LEGO had a winning recipe with this. Both the sets and the animated series generated massive hype, as had the announcement that the theme will continue. As an affirmation of this, LEGO showed the new LEGO Monkie Kid Galactic Explorer (80035) set at the Chinese International Import Expo. Some videogame content was revealed elsewhere as well.

The LEGO Monkie Kid Galactic Explorer (80035) features a gloriously red space rocket accentuated by the theme’s familiar aesthetics. As for its minifigs, Monkie Kid looks to be teamed with Mei, Tang, Sandy, and his cat Mo. They appear to be fighting the Monkey King’s rival, Macaque, who has used his cloning magic (explaining two Macaques in this set). We’re not sure yet if this set ties into the planned third season of the Monkie Kid animated series, but I’m sure will find out pretty soon.

Meanwhile, Brick Fanatics has it that Apple Arcade’s LEGO Brawls is getting some Monkie Kid content. As can be seen in the trailer above, not only do MK and his friends join the roster. The platform-fighter mobile game developed by Red Games Co. will also be getting a new stage: Flower Fruit Mountain. “LEGO Brawls” gives a gorgeous adaptation of the LEGO Monkie Kid set (80024). The LMK stuff is now available on that title, playable on Apple Arcade with a monthly subscription. LEGO Monkie Kid is, indeed, continuing strongly.

LEGO Design VP Matthew Ashton Says Many Themes, Including Monkie Kid, Continuing to 2022 and 2023

For general LEGO collectors, it’s always sobering when one hears news that a LEGO theme is potentially being ended. Usually they announce the retirement of all currently-available sets in the line, without word of upcoming new stuff. Then again, The LEGO Group is a business. If they think a theme must discontinue for reasons, it will. Recently this fate seemed in store for LEGO Speed Champions, Technic, and even 2020-debut Monkie Kid. The latter saw all its current sets earmarked for retirement on December 31. But a top LEGO figure assures that it, and many other themes, will continue.

Brick Fanatics bring us this hopeful bit of news. Over the weekend, LEGO VP of Design Matthew Ashton held a social media Q&A on Instagram. LEGO fans and collectors among his followers were quick to ask him about the status of certain themes. LEGO Monkie kid  among others are getting follow-ups next year, to fans’ relief. Not just Monkie Kid, but also Technic, Speed Champions, DOTS and others will have 2022 and 2023 releases. Then again, for Monkie Kid, having a streaming deal with Amazon might have had an indirect effect.

More Monkie Kid

LEGO Monkie Kid’s animated adaptation has been airing in Asian countries and Australia since 2020. After joining Amazon Kids+ this month, the series gets an international streaming audience for the first time. Its season 2 ended in a cliffhanger that hinted at concluding the series in season 3. This coincided with the announcement of all its sets retiring at year’s end.

Thanks to Ashton’s Q&A, we can be assured that LEGO Monkie Kid will see more product releases and animated seasons. Interestingly, LEGO’s other Asian-inspired theme, Ninjago, went through the same deal. Introduced in 2011 and slated to run only three years before discontinuation, the theme and animation have lasted eleven. If collectors keep buying and viewers keep watching, we’re sure to get more Monkie Kid too.

LEGO Monkie Kid Summer 2021 Sets Officially Revealed

LEGO has rolled out new LEGO Monkie Kid summer 2021 sets via its online shopping portal, giving us a closer look at these three cool builds featuring one of the series new antagonists the Lady Bone Demon.

These offerings are based on Season 2 of the animated series and feature some pretty interesting play features. I like how colorful and varied the interior of Pigsy’s Noodle Tank turned out, and the combining features of the Bone Demon.

These LEGO Monkie Kid summer 2021 sets are slated to arrive next month (July 1st), so you may want to click on the following affiliate links below if you wish to add them to your LEGO wishlist. Read on for the official product description below, including these crisp images. And in case you want to take a look again, check out these LEGO Monkie Kid sets now available.

Sandy’s Power Loader Mech (80025)

520 pieces | $54.99 | Minifigures include Syntax, Huntsman, Mo, and a Sandy bigfig. 

LEGO Monkie Kid Summer 2021

Youngsters can become heroes defending the city from the Spider Queen’s army with the LEGO® Monkie Kid™ Sandy’s Power Loader Mech (80025). The buildable mech toy features a cockpit for the Sandy big figure, flip-out jet boosters, a power-punching fist, rotating Crescent Staff, and a DJ booth on top for Mo the cat. This high-quality set also includes Syntax and Huntsman minifigures with weapons, plus Syntax’s mech, with a ‘spider poison’ rocket launcher, saw, and spike, to inspire hours of play.


Pigsy’s Noodle Tank (80026) 

661 pieces | $59.99 | Minifigures include Lee, Pan, Mr. Tang, and Pigsy

LEGO Monkie Kid Summer 2021

Spark children’s imaginations with this colorful LEGO® Monkie Kid™ toy playset (80026), featuring Pigsy’s Noodle Tank for food wars against Pan’s ‘lemonade’ stud-shooting Speedy Panda robot. The tank has a rotating kitchen with lots of food elements and a disc shooter in the fridge, a 6-stud rapid shooter, 2 detachable chopsticks, and a front rake that moves up and down when the tank is pushed. A cool gift toy for kids, this high-quality set also includes a food-delivery-box-dropping panda drone and 4 minifigures to inspire hours of play.


The Bone Demon (80028)

1,373 pieces | $119.99 | Minifigures include Lady Bone Demon, Mei, Monkie Kid, and two Bone Spirits

LEGO Monkie Kid Summer 2021

Youngsters can build the story of thrice defeating the Bone Demon with this LEGO® Monkie Kid™ toy (80028). First, they build 2 Bone Spiders, then the White Bone Demon’s crypt where Monkie Kid and Mei take on the Bone Spirits and a Bone Scuttler, then a Bone Scorpion. Finally, all builds are combined to create the Bone Demon model. This playset includes the most glow-in-the-dark elements of any LEGO set to date and 5 minifigures. Monkie Kid has a battle mech and Cloud Board, Mei has a winged jetpack, and each has buildable toy weapons that can be upgraded as their challenges get tougher.

March 2021 LEGO Sets That Are Now Available at LEGO Shop@Home

LEGO servers have been updated once more with the latest March 2021 LEGO sets that are now made available this month. From new LEGO Monkie Kid sets to LEGO Star Wars, these might be the sets that you have added to your wishlist before.

Read on to know what these March 2021 LEGO sets are, and be sure to check on them by clicking on the following affiliate links below. Any purchase that you will make through these links is a big help for us in keeping up this blog site.

Let me know in the comments below which set are you most excited about. Mine is the LEGO Monkie Kid’s Lion Guardian (80021), the Spider Queen’s Arachnoid Base (80022), and the LEGO Vidiyo Bandmates (43101) minifigures. Happy building!

LEGO Monkie Kid
March 2021 LEGO Sets
LEGO Monkie Kid The Legendary Flower Fruit Mountain 
LEGO Ninjago
March 2021 LEGO Sets
LEGO Ninjago The Keepers’ Village
LEGO BrickHeadz
March 2021 LEGO Sets
LEGO BrickHeadz Budgie
LEGO Creator 3-in-1
March 2021 LEGO Sets
LEGO Creator 3-in-1 Safari Wildlife Tree House
LEGO Disney
March 2021 LEGO Sets
LEGO Disney Raya and Sisu Dragon
LEGO Brick Sketches
LEGO Friends
LEGO Friends Heartlake City Shopping Mall
LEGO Vidiyo
LEGO Vidiyo Bandmates Series 1
LEGO Marvel

LEGO Minecraft

LEGO Star Wars
LEGO Star Wars AT-AT vs. Tauntaun Microfighters
LEGO Technic
LEGO Technic Heavy-Duty Excavator

New LEGO Monkie Kid’s RC Race (40472) Set Revealed

The latest roster of LEGO Monkie Kid 2021 sets have been revealed at LEGO Shop@Home, and with it comes a budget-friendly set that includes an exclusive Monkie Kid minifigure added to the LEGO Monkie Kid’s RC Race (40472) set.

Introduced last year, the LEGO Monkie Kid theme comes in fairly large sets capturing the action-packed scenes in its tie-in animated series. Though it managed to offer a couple of promotional polybag sets last year in the likes of the LEGO Monkie Kid’s Delivery Bike (30341) and LEGO Monkie Kid Build Your Own Monkey King (40474)LEGO is still yet to officially offer a budget-friendly one for sale. And thankfully, we now have a relatively small set for retail that includes an exclusive minifigure version of the Monkie Kid, plus two other mainstay characters, Mei and Bull Clone Bob.

Read on for the full product description of this set which is also slated to be available on March 1st, retailing for $12.99. You may also click on the following affiliate link if you wish to add this to your wishlist.

LEGO Monkie Kid’s RC Race (40472)

57 pieces | $12.99

Add competitive toy car racing action to children’s LEGO® Monkie Kid roleplay adventures with this compact accessory set (40472). Great for solo or group play, it features mini builds of Monkie Kid’s Cloud Roadster and Bull Clone Bob’s vehicle, plus a trophy presentation stage and a trophy element for Mei to present to the winning driver. The car toys, minifigures, stage, and accessories fit easily into a child’s backpack, ready for fun races wherever they go.

  • Let the races begin with this LEGO® Monkie Kid™ RC Race accessory set (40472) for kids, featuring mini builds of Monkie Kid’s Cloud Roadster and Bull Clone Bob’s vehicle.
  • Great for solo action or group fun, this racing car toy playset includes Monkie Kid, Mei, and Bob minifigures with a trophy and 2 remote controller elements, plus a buildable trophy presentation stage.
  • This easy-to-build, 57-piece LEGO® starter kit makes a super birthday present or holiday gift toy for kids aged 6 and up as a first LEGO Monkie Kid™ set or to add to their collection.