Today, the LEGO Group announces the arrival of its largest modular set by piece count and one of the most requested building themes by fans. Keep on scrolling to explore the brand new LEGO Icons Natural History Museum set in all of its glory.
The brand new LEGO Icons set has been announced as fans have been clambering to get this set created for quite some time.
Now that it’s finally here LEGO have certainly taken it up a notch with this 4014 brick set!
I remember putting together a set that had half as many bricks and it drove me to the brink (or brick) of insanity so you’re going to need some calming vibes and a lot of patience to piece together this brand new set.
Featuring fresh architecture and new building techniques this two-story model includes includes dual atriums, a removable roof and middle floor, and is packed with brick-built exhibits and details.
To the right of the entrance, visitors are welcomed by a giant brick-built Brachiosaurus skeleton. This dinosaur is so large, its neck rises above the first floor and stretches into the second.
It’s flanked by several smaller exhibits including a sabretooth skull, a fossil, and yes, even dinosaur eggs. Up on the landing, the museum’s geology section showcases a colourful array of quartz, geodes, stalagmites and spotlighting a cutaway of the earth and its molten core.
Heading up to the second floor, witness a large map of the planet showing the projected orbit of a new rocket, a detailed orrery of the solar system, and a diorama of a future space base. Up on the roof, the museum’s curator recounts their experiences and travels in their detailed office writing memoirs.
After visiting the Natural History Museum I can honestly say I find the LEGO set more interesting.
I wasn’t a huge fan of my own personal visit but found myself captivated with the architecture above what was actually on display.
The LEGO Icons Natural History Museum Set is available for pre-order on 30th October 2023 and available for purchase on 1st of December 2023 via LEGO stores and www.lego.com/museum priced at £259.99/$299.99.
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Not only has this new set been announced but finally the UK’s first LEGOLAND indoor golf attraction has opened at LEGOLAND Windsor and we absolutely loved it!
Four courses with 9 holes each in a fun indoor LEGO themed space that is the first of its kind anywhere in the world.
Check out our review over on our attractions and theme parks website Lift Hills and Thrills HERE.
We recently visited LEGOLAND Windsor to check out their Brick or Treat event and we think you’d really enjoy what they put on for their spooky event of the year.
To check out our Brick or Treat VLOG from LEGOLAND Windsor CLICK HERE