LEGO Architecture World of Wonders (40585) GWP Set Coming Soon’s customer service portal, particularly its building instructions page, may have given us a glimpse of the next gift-with-purchase we can expect any time soon. The LEGO Architecture World of Wonders (40585) set is the next LEGO promotional set that fans of the Architecture theme may want to add to their collection.

UPDATE (February 2, 2023): The LEGO  World of Wonders (40585) is now listed at LEGO’s VIP Rewards Center. For 2,700 VIP points, you can redeem a promo code that you can use for the next 60 days if you’re planning to make any LEGO purchases any time soon. If you’re looking forward to some of the March and April sets, while bagging this exclusive freebie at the same time, then planning your next purchase ahead will all be worth it. 

First is the LEGO World of Wonders (40585) which costs 2,700 points. The other gift is the Birthday Diorama (40584) which costs 2,100 points to get. Once you redeem the codes, you’ll have 60 days to use them so if there isn’t any catching your eye this month, you can wait until March when the next larger release schedule is happening.

Though there are no specifics yet regarding when and how to claim it, the LEGO Architecture World of Wonders (40585) microscale model is expected to weigh in at 382 pieces and features some of the world’s new Seven Wonders of the World.  This freebie of a set features miniature brick-built replicas of The Parthenon, The Great Wall of China, Al-Khazneh, and the Taj Mahal.

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To date, the LEGO Architecture theme has produced replicas of some of these new wonders of the world. And it’s cool to see how LEGO designers captured the likes of the LEGO Architecture Great Wall of China (21041) and Taj Mahal (21056) sets into microscale formats with this latest promotional offering. I am a fan of microscale models, so I’m looking forward to seeing this gift-with-purchase up close and personal. I hope LEGO will throw in some printed tiles instead of stickers for a premium GWP set like this one.

Currently, there is no official product listing for this new promotional set aside to this link pointing at its building instructions. But given its value and features, I say this will definitely come at a higher price point for qualifying purchases. I’ll keep this updated once new information comes in.

LEGO Amazon Deals To Catch This Week – As Much as 25% Off!

It’s more than a year since LEGO launched its LEGO Adults Welcome Section over at and since then, the LEGO Group has diversified its offerings to target the deeper pockets of adult LEGO fans. However, there seems to be a growing trend that LEGO sets for adults are now becoming increasingly expensive, particularly in the case of licensed themes. And if you’re a LEGO faithful that wants to keep up with the hobby and not want to overspend, then you may want to check out this week’s 18+ LEGO Amazon deals.

From LEGO homegrown themes such as LEGO Icons, Ideas, Technic, and more these discounted sets are great for hours of relaxing building and Instagramable displays.

Check out these Amazon deals that you can get right now. By clicking and purchasing through these affiliate links, we get a small commission that helps in running our site.

LEGO Icons Botanical Collection Flower Bouquet (10280)

756 pieces | $59.99 | Amazon: $49.76

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LEGO Ideas Sonic the Hedgehog – Green Hill Zone (21331)

1,125 pieces | $79.99 | Amazon: $69.89

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LEGO Ideas Fender Stratocaster (21329)

1,074 pieces | $119.99 | Amazon: $99.90

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LEGO Ideas Medieval Blacksmith (21325)

2,164 pieces | $179.99 | Amazon: $149.89

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LEGO Architecture Statue of Liberty (21042)

1,685 pieces | $119.99 | Amazon: $101.98

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LEGO Architecture Taj Mahal (21056)

2,022 pieces | $119.99 | Amazon: $107.99

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LEGO Technic Dom’s Dodge Charger (42111)

1,077 pieces | $119.99 | Amazon: $95.98

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LEGO Art Disney’s Mickey Mouse (31202)

2,658 pieces | $119.99 | Amazon: $89.99

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You may also want to keep tabs on our blog site for other great LEGO Amazon deals. And now that we’re just counting the weeks before the annual Black Friday deals, we’re pretty sure that other hard-to-find or retiring LEGO sets will be on sale very soon.

Our List: August 1 LEGO Set Launches

The start of a new month usually means one thing on a LEGO news site. It’s LEGO set launch recap time! We’ve covered a wide selection of sets coming out this August 1 and it’s time to take a look back. You surely won’t be lacking in choices with these:

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All items above were featured by us here on The Brick Show. And there are still more LEGO sets coming out later this month. We’ll do further mini-recaps of these when the right time comes.

LEGO Architecture Great Pyramid of Giza (21058) Now Listed, Coming August

For LEGO builder-collectors who love real-life buildings and structures, LEGO Architecture’s been a godsend theme. Nothing quite beats how the Architecture design team can encapsulate famous structures in remarkable scaled-down detail. Be it solo structures or building collections like city skylines, LEGO Architecture sets never fail to wow. Since the LEGO Architecture Singapore (21057) set launched in January, the wait has been on for the next entry of the line. Rumors over the past few months stated that it’ll be an ancient historical build this time. We can now confirm via that we can expect the arrival of LEGO Architecture Great Pyramid of Giza (21058) anytime soon.

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We can expect LEGO Architecture’s Great Pyramid of Giza (21058) to be available beginning August 1. The interesting thing about this set is its presentation of the above structure. Rather than the now-familiar weathered brown appearance, LEGO recreates how the pyramid may have looked circa 26th Century BC. Ancient contemporary sources described it as being white with a golden peak. So it is in this set. We also get a recreation of the smaller companion pyramid and temple complex at the nearby Nile. Great Pyramid (21058) demonstrates why the real thing was named a Wonder of the Ancient World. But enough of that; here’s the blurb:

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LEGO Architecture Great Pyramid of Giza (21058)

Age 18+ | 1,476 pieces | $129.99 | Coming August 1

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  • A time-travelling building project for adults – This LEGO® Architecture model (21058) lets you experience how the Great Pyramid of Giza and its surrounding area might have looked in ancient times
  • Cross-section model – Lift off the outer shell to reveal the stone-moving system that may have been used during construction. View from the back to see the King’s and Queen’s Chambers and main tunnels
  • Detailed landscape – A section of the Nile river with 2 LEGO® brick versions of feluccas (ancient boats), 2 small pyramids, 2 mortuary temples, Sphinx statues, a workers’ village and an obelisk

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German Retailer Lists Multiple Upcoming LEGO Sets Including Optimus Prime (10302), More Ninjago

Through thick and thin, LEGO strives to maintain a regular product release schedule year in and out. And while the best source on set launches would be LEGO themselves, sometimes retailers would jump the gun. These early announcements can contain the most exciting LEGO set notices, which we must wait for until confirmed or debunked. Last February we caught wind of a LEGO set for a mega-franchise from fellow toy giant Hasbro. Who could imagine a LEGO-Hasbro collaboration to make LEGO Transformers? That rumor, plus other LEGO items, just got their advance product reveal courtesy of an online German retailer.

The Brick Fan tells us that some upcoming LEGO sets now grace the online listings of Wagner’s in Germany. This listing includes the aforementioned long-rumored LEGO Optimus Prime (10302), from Hasbro’s “Transformers.” Not your thing? How about tie-ins for James Cameron’s “Avatar” particularly the sequel arriving late this year? We also have early mentions of the expected 2022 Advent Calendars, if you collect those. Here’s a rundown of what to expect from several major LEGO themes all through the year.

  • Great Pyramid of Giza (21058) – 1,476 pieces | €139.99
  • Iron Man Hall of Armor (76216) –496 pieces | €89.99
  • Baby Groot (76217) – 476 pieces | €49.99
  • Doctor Strange’s Sanctum Sanctorum (76218) – 2,708 pieces | €219.99
  • 2022 Advent Calendar (76231) – 268 pieces | €34.99
  • Dragon Temple (71759) – 161 pieces | €39.99
  • Jay’s Golden Dragon Motorbike (71768) – 137 pieces | €19.99
  • Cole’s Dragon Racer (71769) – 384 pieces | €44.99
  • Zane’s Gold Dragon Jet (71770) – 258 pieces | €29.99
  • Temple of the Crystal King (71771) –703 pieces | €79.99
  • The Crystal King (71772) – 722 pieces | €59.99
  • Kai’s Gold Dragon Raider (71773) –624 pieces | €84.99
  • Lloyd’s Ultra Gold Dragon (71774) – 989 pieces | €139.99
  • Nya’s Samurai X-Mech (71775) – 1,003 pieces | €109.99
Speed Champions
  • 007 Aston Martin DB5 (76911) – 298 pieces | €19.99
  • Fast & Furious 1970 Dodge Charger R/T (76912) – 345 pieces | €19.99
Star Wars
  • The Justifier (75323) – 1,022 pieces | €159.99
  • AT-ST (75332) – 87 pieces | €29.99
  • Obi-Wan’s Spaceship (75333) – 282 pieces | €29.99
  • Obi-Wan & Darth Vader (75334) –408 pieces | €49.99
  • BD-1 (75335) – 1,062 pieces | €99.99
  • Kenobi’s Spaceship (75336) – 924 pieces | €99.99
  • AT-TE (75337) – 1,082 pieces | €139.99
  • 2022 Advent Calendar (75340) – 329 pieces | €34.99
Transformers (18+)
  • Optimus Prime (10302) – 1,508 pieces | €169.99

Sets Unnamed Yet

  •  (75571) – 560 pieces | €39.99
  •  (75572) – 572 pieces | €54.99
  •  (75573) – 887 pieces | €89.99
  •  (75574) – 1,212 pieces | €139.99
  •  (71411) – 2,807 pieces | €229.99
Super Mario
  •  (71410) – 1,476 pieces | €5.99

LEGO Architecture Singapore (21057) Revealed, Coming 2022

LEGO Architecture is a theme that seems to thrive in contrasting between its set releases. One set could be of a storied historical building and the next, a strikingly modern structure. Another might depict just one edifice and then be followed by a set depicting a city’s iconic skyline. The most recent LEGO Architecture release, Taj Mahal (21056), provides the first example. The second and fourth cases in turn are exemplified by 2020’s Tokyo (21051) and Dubai (21052). We’ll be getting more in that vein next year with the reveal of the next Architecture set.

Brickset has it that LEGO first revealed their next Architecture release on Twitter this past Monday, November 29, as above. Now, officially lists the LEGO Architecture Singapore set (21057) for our perusal. Like other “skyline” sets in this theme, Singapore collects key structures from that island country and groups them together. The set is dominated by the towering skyscrapers of Marina Bay Sands, One Raffles Place and OCBC Center. Below are brick-build renditions of the Fullerton Hotel Singapore, Lau Pa Sat, Boat Quay and the Gardens by the Bay. This writer has had the pleasure of visiting some of these locations in Singapore a few years past. Their LEGO Architecture designs are spot on.

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Singapore (21057)

827 pieces | $59.99 | coming January 1, 2022

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  • A building project for adults – This LEGO® Architecture Skyline Collection model (21057) recreates some of the most iconic buildings in Singapore in LEGO style
  • Brick-built landmarks – Marina Bay Sands, the OCBC Centre, One Raffles Place, Lau Pa Sat (also known as Telok Ayer Market), The Fullerton Hotel Singapore and Supertree Grove at Gardens by the Bay
  • Landscaping details – Attach LEGO® elements symbolizing the Singapore River and trees, and discover building techniques to attach buildings at angles to the base

The Architecture Singapore set (21057) costs $59.99 and will officially launch January 1, 2022.  We can bet Singaporeans and lucky travelers to Singapore might just anticipate this particular New Year’s set release. It makes a nice memento of Singapore for the latter group who are unable to revisit anytime soon.

LEGO Architecture Taj Mahal (21056) Officially Revealed

LEGO Architecture is also getting its share of summer 2021 releases with its official reveal of the LEGO Architecture Taj Mahal (21056). This upcoming set is scheduled to be available for purchase starting June 1 and will retail for $120.

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Though this set is touted to be the 2nd largest LEGO Architecture set to be offered, it is still dwarfed in comparison to its larger cousin, the LEGO Creator Expert Taj Mahal (10256). The latter is no longer in circulation since it was released back in 2017, it is still nice of LEGO to offer a newer iteration (albeit smaller) for those who may have missed the set 10256.

The LEGO Architecture Taj Mahal (21056) comes in at 2,022 pieces and will sell for exactly $119.99. Check its complete product description below, and you may also add this to your LEGO wishlist by clicking on the following affiliate link below.

LEGO Architecture Taj Mahal (21056)

2,022 pieces | $119.99 | Available starting June 1, 2021

Whether you have been lucky enough to visit the Taj Mahal yourself and want a special souvenir of the experience, dream of visiting one day, or just appreciate elegant buildings, this LEGO® Architecture Landmarks Collection set (21056) is ideal for you.

Wondrous details
This inspiring, hands-on challenge to enjoy in your spare time lets you recreate a symbol of eternal love and architectural wonder of the world in LEGO style. Revel in authentic details such as the crypt with tombs of Mumtaz and Shah Jahan, a central chamber with 2 cenotaphs, monumental iwans, main dome, 4 chhatris, and 4 slender minarets. A LEGO brick inscribed ‘Taj Mahal’ completes a scale model that is sure to wow people wherever it is displayed.

Delightful gift
Part of a collection of premium-quality LEGO model kits for adults, this set makes a fantastic treat for yourself. It also makes an inspirational gift for LEGO fans and anyone in your life who is passionate about the Taj Mahal, India, travel, or architecture.

  • Build and display your own symbol of eternal love with this fabulously detailed LEGO® Architecture Landmarks Collection model (21056) of the Taj Mahal.
  • The crypt with tombs of Mumtaz and Shah Jahan, a central chamber with 2 cenotaphs, iwans, main dome, 4 chhatris, 4 minarets, and other authentic details are beautifully recreated in LEGO® style.
  • The central chamber can be removed to view the crypt below. The scale model also includes a LEGO® brick inscribed ‘Taj Mahal’ to complete a conversation-starting centerpiece.
  • Whether you’ve been to or dream of visiting India and the Taj Mahal, or you just love travel and architecture, this building set is for you. It also makes a very special gift for creative friends.
  • Measuring 7.5 in. (20 cm) high, 9 in (23 cm) wide and 9 in. (23 cm) deep, this buildable architectural model makes an impressive display piece for your home or office.

A First Look at the LEGO Architecture The White House (21054)

If you recall earlier this year, attendees at the Nuremberg Toy Fair in Germany had front row seats on the unveiling of the next LEGO Architecture set slated to be revealed this summer. Photography was strictly prohibited at that time, and rightfully so given that such a set is better off not spoiled with an ill-timed reveal. But thanks once again to online retailer Skvis Arena, we now have our first glimpse of the aesthetically impressive LEGO Architecture The White House (21054) set.

Similar to the earlier reveal of the LEGO Ninjago summer 2020 sets, what we have at the moment is a single box art image in a rather low-res quality. However, it is sufficient for us to appreciate the intricacies of this latest Architecture set. This brick rendition of the White House, is in fact, the second iteration of it. If you’re familiar with the theme, you might remember that the LEGO Architecture line had its first model of the said symbol of power back in 2010. However, this particular model is somewhat incomplete giving preference to the central portion (or the Residence Villa) of the White House as its highlight.


Thankfully, the latest LEGO Architecture The White House (21054) supersedes its predecessor, and now includes a more accurate version of the presidential residence. Included in this newest version are the East and West Wings of the White House, with more details for its gardens and yards.

The set comes in at 1,483 pieces and measures at a remarkable 50 centimeters in length, retailing for 99.99 Euro making it a striking display piece. It is also the first LEGO Architecture set to bear the 18+ logo, clearly indicating its target audience. Skvis Arena lists the LEGO Architecture  The White House for a June 1, 2020 release, so we can expect additional and hopefully better images of this set anytime soon.

Special thanks once again to Promobricks for the heads up.

Watch Out for These LEGO House Exclusives Over at LEGO Shop@Home

While the COVID-19 pandemic is raging on across the globe, and most public establishments are closed indefinitely, LEGO is now offering previous LEGO House exclusives to be available to the general public starting May.

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Since the temporary closure of the Home of the Brick in Billund, Denmark certain exclusive sets such as the LEGO Architecture LEGO House (21037) surprisingly appeared at LEGO Shop@Home last Friday. Its appearance was relatively brief, with LEGO removing its listing right away after stocks ran out. From the looks of it, it may seem to be a dry-run for what the LEGO Group (TLG) intends to do come next month.

According to TLG’s press release, previous LEGO House exclusives such as the previously mentioned LEGO Architecture LEGO House (21037), LEGO House Dinosaurs (40366), and the LEGO House Tree of Creativity (4000026) will be available for sale at LEGO’s home shopping portal for a limited time only. However, its a bit of damper to know that the LEGO House Dinosaurs and Tree of Creativity will only be offered to fans in the UK, Denmark, and Ireland. It looks like the LEGO House is the only set in this group that will have a global offering. Perhaps LEGO is understandably limiting the sales of this set to retain its exclusivity, and because they made it clear that these LEGO House exclusives will only be available until such time that the LEGO House in Billund re-opens once again. Pricing may somehow be adjusted as well due to prevailing currency exchange so I’ll try to give updates on this as well. So if you’re eyeing for the LEGO House Tree of Creativity (such as myself) and you’re not living within these territories then the options that you may have, unfortunately, are either through third-party sellers, or eBay.

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Here’s what LEGO has to say about these exclusive offerings:

LEGO House exclusives to be sold via

The Covid-19 situation is closing down many great activities, and LEGO® House has had to extend its closing period until further notice. To continue to offer a little bit of the LEGO House atmosphere to all our fans, we have therefore decided to make the three existing LEGO House exclusive sets available via

The three products are:

LEGO House Set. 21037. (Launched September 2017)
Tree of Creativity. 4000026. (Launched March 2018)
LEGO House Dinosaurs. 40366 (Launched April 2019)

The items will be sold at the same, or locally equivalent, RRP that we sell the sets for in the LEGO House.

We are planning to have the sets available on from early May 2020. The LEGO House Tree of Creativity and LEGO House Dinosaurs are on limited distribution to UK, DK, and IE only and we expect to have a purchase limit for each customer. Please notice that this is a limited time offer until LEGO House re-opens and the sets are only available while supplies last. As the LEGO House Tree of Creativity is a discontinued set, we have made certain to hold back sets for the (hopefully physical) AFOL Day in LEGO House in September.

LEGO Architecture The White House (21054) Coming In Summer 2020

New reveals just keep coming in from the LEGO Booth at the Nuremberg Toy Fair in Germany. A new LEGO Architecture set has been introduced and it is said to be the largest LEGO set offered under the said theme. The LEGO Architecture The White House (21054) has been revealed and, if the reported numbers are correct, comes in at an impressive 1,500+ piece count.

Same as with other new LEGO summer 2020 sets on display, photography or filming is not allowed so we have to refer to Zusammengebaut who has been on the floor of the International Toy Fair. Accordingly, the LEGO Architecture The White House (21054) is also the first-ever set to be tagged with an “18+” label. It may refer to the difficulty level of building this set which caters specifically to adult LEGO fans. Though the label mentions that the set contains 3,700 pieces, this was actually reported as an error in printing. Once complete, The White House (21054) will measure at an impressive 50 centimeters in length, which is already substantial for an elegant display set.

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The very first LEGO Architecture The White House (21006) was released in 2010, with its successor expected to be significantly larger and more detailed.

The arrival of this set is a long time coming. If you recall, the last time that LEGO released a similar set was way back in 2010 with the LEGO Architecture The White House (21006). It is a sort of microscaled model with only 500 and more pieces. But with the arrival of its successor, we can expect a more detailed and fine-tuned version of the US executive headquarters.

The newer LEGO Architecture The White House (21054) is expected to arrive in June 2020 and will have an expected retail price of €99.99. It joins other newer LEGO sets revealed at the Toy Fair, namely those from the LEGO City, Creator, and Friends themes.