Top 10 mind-blowing LEGO creations by masterbuilders to provide you with major LEGO inspo

As a child, I loved sitting and spending hours excruciatingly and lovingly building little LEGO block structures. But, watching my sister bump into them, causing them to fall apart completely was truly heartbreaking. We all have heartwarming memories associated with LEGO blocks from our childhood, as well as the not-so-heartwarming ones of stepping on them with our feet and feeling an insane amount of pain shoot up our legs. Despite these wonderful childhood memories, LEGO is no more considered child’s play! Master builders, artists, and LEGO enthusiasts all over the world are creating impressive LEGO builds that’ll blow your minds away. They are a result of their hours of dedication, attention to detail, hard work, and creativity. And we’ve put together some mindblowing LEGO builds that recently took our breath away! From the world’s tallest LEGO set which happens to be the Eiffel Tower to an intricately crafted LEGO Batcycle set – these LEGO builds are gonna get LEGO lovers drooling over them.

1. Sariel Bricks and Pets’ LEGO Flip Clock

Say hello to Sariel Bricks and Pets’ LEGO Flip Clock! The build looks and operates exactly like an old mechanical flip clock, and in fact even utilizes the same gear and mechanism to tell time. What makes this clock stand apart even more, is the fact that’s it made completely from LEGO bricks, except for the number stickers on the flip panels. It stands 44 cm wide and 15 cm tall (17.4″ by 5.9″), and features a 10:1 gear ratio for counting down the minutes, and a 12:1 gear ratio for the hours (allowing it to reset every 12 hours).

2. LEGO Multi-Tool

Called the LEGO Multi-Tool, this fan-made LEGO MOC was designed to look like the iconic Victorinox Swiss Army Knife! It features practical and useless tools like a brick separator, screwdriver, magnifying glass, and Technic axle, as well as a belt-punch and a corkscrew. It can be currently found in LEGO’s Ideas forum and has conjured up 4522 votes from the community. It can also be called the Brick Army Knife – that’s how super cool it seems to be!

3. LEGO Batman Batcycle

This stunning LEGO Batcycle set is based on the kickass ride we saw in Matt Reeves’ 2022 The Batman movie! It’s a 641-piece set and is supposed to be an authentic scale model, that will bring back beautiful memories of the iconic franchise. When put together, the Batcycle will measure more than 6.5 inches in height, 13 inches in length, and 4.5 inches in width. It features a rather raw and bold detailing of the steering, suspension, and chain drive, which will be much loved by all automotive fanatics!

4. LEGO The Great Wave

The Great Wave of Kanagawa is one of the most iconic and popular paintings of the art world. The awe-inspiring and majestic wave is something that everyone, art lovers and normies, alike can recognize. And LEGO Art has interpreted this great artwork using plastic clocks! The set comes with 1810 pieces, that can be used, to create this famous eastern artwork right from scratch! There’s also a special brick that holds artist Hokusai’s signature. How cool is that?

5. LEGO T-Mobile Park

Shane Deegan, a 42-year-old basketball lover, built a scaled-down LEGO model of the T-Mobile Park which was previously known as Safeco Field. The intricate stadium was built using 12,000 pieces and took more than 60 hours to be put together. He started creating it by utilizing assorted bricks that were laying around at home, and the result was a 36-inch by 24-inch LEGO baseball stadium. With time, he included specifically needed LEGO bricks that he bought online, building the majestic model we see today!

6. LEGO Hourglass

Brick Dangerous built a LEGO version of an hourglass that actually works on the LEGO Ideas Forum. The hourglass features a LEGO transparent chamber that houses LEGO brick granules, which slowly move down from the upper vial to the lower vial, counting down time as they succumb to gravity. LEGO Master Builder ‘Brick Dangerous’ built this creation in three color variants, although with the schematic you could pretty much create your own color scheme too.

7. The LEGO JWST Model

The LEGO JWST Model can be folded into a stowed position for launch, just like the real JWST. According to the LEGO Ideas forum, it has been equipped with all the major moving components and is roughly to scale with a standard LEGO Minifigure. It comes with 18 iconic hexagon mirrors, that come together to create the telescope’s light-gathering reflector module. It has been amped with every single component of the JWST, making it as realistic as possible!

8. The LEGO Table Football MOC

The LEGO Table Football MOC is probably one of the coolest interactive builds of all time! It is a fully functional and operational tabletop game that features 2339 LEGO elements. It has 5 players on each team, and has been equipped with a dugout that functions as the audience! The DIY design allows you to customize your players entirely, from their jerseys to skin colors! Winning the Grand Prize with 1244 votes, the build even got a nod of approval from the LEGO Ideas Review Board, which agreed to turn it into a box set available for people to buy.

9. The 10307 Eiffel Tower

The Eiffel Tower has finally entered the world of LEGO! LEGO introduced a majestic 10,001-piece LEGO set that allows you to build an almost 5 feet tall LEGO Eiffel Tower. Called, the 10307 Eiffel Tower, it is one of the tallest LEGO builds, and the second-best when it comes to the brick count. The scaled model of the Eiffel Tower is a great option for travel lovers who are absolutely fascinated by this iconic landmark!

10. The LED Lamp

Called the LED Lamp, this simple and intricate build by LEGO builders Castor-Troy and Max Brich is modeled after the Tiffany-style stained-glass lamps that were quite popular in the older days.  Originally popularized by Louis Comfort Tiffany (a stained-glass artist from the late 19th century), the lamps are characterized by an Art Nouveau-inspired form and a tinted glass shade that would often fill a room with fragments of colored light. The LEGO builders put together this beautiful creation in under 800 bricks!

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Adorably functional LEGO Swiss-army multitool actually has implements that you could use!

Styled to look like the iconic Victorinox Swiss Army Knife, this fan-made LEGO MOC (my own creation) has some usable tools like the brick separator, screwdriver, magnifying glass, and Technic axle, along with a few others like the belt-punch and corkscrew. Some might even call it a Brick Army Knife! The fan-made build currently sits in LEGO’s Ideas forum, with 4,522 votes from the community.

“Inspired by the variety of multi-tools available in everyday life, I decided to create one designed specifically for LEGO fans,” says Tall Brick Guy, the creator of the LEGO Multi-Tool. “Of course, the most important tool in any LEGO builder’s arsenal is the Brick Separator, and so I began working on a way to incorporate this classic, although oddly shaped, piece into a compact, functional build.”

Designer: Tall Guy Brick

All the tools fit rather perfectly into the iconic red rounded outer body, with independently articulating swivel joints that let you pull out tools when you need them and put them back in when you’re done. Its customizable design lets you add or remove tools, and even change the faceplate color to match your sense of style. My favorite detail, however, is that adorable LEGO motif on the faceplate, exactly where you’d expect the Swiss flag or the Victorinox logo. The entire contraption is pretty compact, measuring 14 studs or a little less than 4.5 inches in length. The only thing really missing here is a neat lanyard hole!

A part of the LEGO Ideas forum, the fan-made MOC needs to reach the threshold 10,000 votes to be turned into an official LEGO product. You can vote for the LEGO Multi-Tool by clicking here.

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LEGO-themed wireless charger platform proves why LEGO should build ‘fun-filled’ tech gadgets

Dubbed the LEGO Brick, this unique fan-made creation comes with a wireless charging mat alongside a dedicated platform to dock accessories like lamps, speakers, and battery indicators, or build out tiny dioramas with your own LEGO bricks… which leads me to a pretty weird revelation and opinion – LEGO should totally enter the gadgets and smart-things industry. The LEGO Bricks is the first great example of why…

Designer: İbrahim Can Erdinçmer

The LEGO Brick is a fun, quirky wireless charger that builds on LEGO’s promise of endless modularity and customizability, but here’s the catch. Tech nerds and geeks love modularity and customizability too. We like the idea of building out our own desktops, choosing what components to put in, when to upgrade, or swapping out things when we want. It’s exactly why we loved the PhoneBloks concept so much (I could totally see LEGO’s DNA in that concept). In essence, the LEGO Brick sits perfectly at the intersection between being a bricknerd and a technerd’s favorite desktop accessory. It juices your smartphone, watch, or TWS earbuds, while providing a neat square-shaped area for docking modules or displaying your building skills. Coils under the brick area supply power to the modules too, allowing them to run without any extra cables/ports.

The LEGO Brick takes the ‘boring’ out of ‘boring day job’.

What really sets the LEGO Brick apart from the sea of already-existing wireless chargers, most importantly, is its playful appeal. The brick doesn’t just let you personalize your workspace, it lets you add a sense of fun and whimsy to it. You could build out scenes from your favorite movies, create bonsai trees, or just build out tiny architectural structures. That square-shaped area is your canvas of creativity and fun, giving you the ability to either use it for productivity (thanks to the modules) or playtime. It helps provide stress relief when work gets a little too daunting and demanding, and even serves as the perfect fidget toy while ideating. After all, Ed Sheeran wrote the lyrics for his smash-hit Shape Of You while playing with LEGO bricks.

The LEGO Brick isn’t just all fun, though. It comes with its own modules that add a layer of productivity and features to the charging experience. The modules are designed to draw power directly from the Brick platform, powering on the minute they’re plugged into the signature studded board. The three modules that are displayed here are the cuboidal lamp, the minimalist Bluetooth speaker, and a nifty battery indicator display. Just off the top of my heads, other modules could also be things like a plug-in charger for the Apple Watch, chargers for AA batteries, a tabletop clock, an OLED photo frame, etc.

Although totally conceptual, the LEGO Brick shows perfectly why LEGO is well-positioned to be such a smart-things behemoth. Maybe it would require a little collaboration (IKEA collaborated with Teenage Engineering and Sonos to develop their own smart home products), but it would propel LEGO into yet another area of our lives where a little sense of fun and frolic would go a long way. I’ve said before that LEGO bricks aren’t toys, but are rather building blocks for unleashing true creativity. Add some tech to that and we really have a new area for LEGO to grow exponentially in!

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Intricately crafted LEGO Batcycle set arriving soon for Caped Crusader fans

If you thought the LEGO Batmobile set was the end game, wait until lay eyes on the Batman Batcycle LEGO set. LEGO Group has announced the arrival of four new Technic sets targeted towards older builders in the first quarter of 2023.

While we zoom in our critical lens on the 42155 Batman Batcycle set, the new arrivals include the 42152 Fire Plane, 2153 NASCAR Next Gen Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 and 42154 2022 Ford GT. Rumor has it that an even bigger version will be coming later this year, most probably in time for the holiday season.

Designer: LEGO Group

This intricate LEGO Batcycle set is based on the badass ride seen in Matt Reeves’ 2022 The Batman movie. Diehard fans (of both LEGO bricks and Batman) will be able to lay their hands on the creative build this March 2023, months after the release of the official 42127 The Batman – Batmobile set which arrived at the start of 2022.

Unlike the previous LEGO DC offerings, this one is not confirmed yet to come packaged with a plethora of Minifigure-scale models. Having a cool Minifigure accompany this crime-fighting machine would be the perfect icing on the cake though.

The 641-piece set is an authentic scale model to hearken back nostalgic memories of the popular franchise. When fully assembled, the Batman Batcycle measures over 6.5 inches in height, is 13 inches long and is 4.5 inches wide. Automotive fanatics will appreciate the raw detail of the steering, suspension and chain drive connecting the articulating H4 engine to the rear wheel. The collectible can be shown off on the living room shelf thanks to the sturdy kickstand.

Just like every other LEGO Technic buildable model, this two-wheeled toy for boys satiates the lust for engineering. The realistic movement and mechanisms will be utterly satisfying to explore. For that, eager buyers will have to wait till March 1, 2023, to get going with building one for their desks at just $50.

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LEGO’s artistic version of Hokusai’s The Great Wave of Kanagawa is just as captivating as the original

It distills the detailed painting down to a set of block-based art but retains every bit of the original’s grand beauty.

The Great Wave of Kanagawa remains one of the art world’s most iconic and recognizable paintings. Just about as famous as the Mona Lisa or Van Gogh’s Starry Night, The Great Wave is a hallmark of Japan’s Ukiyo-e art movement, which flourished from the 17th through 19th centuries and involved a series of detailed wood-block print techniques. LEGO Art’s interpretation involves plastic blocks instead, and comes with a brick-count of 1810 pieces to build this influential eastern artwork from scratch, along with a special brick that contains artist Hokusai’s signature too!

Designer: LEGO

Unlike LEGO’s revisit of Van Gogh’s Starry Night, which used regular linear bricks to mimic the Dutch artist’s post-impressionist strokes, The Great Wave (31208) takes a much more intricate approach, with the canvas comprising of multiple dot-shaped bricks that give the painting a pointillism-effect.

The overall set measures 20.5 inches in width and 15.5 inches in height, making it almost twice as large as the original. The 1810-brick set features 6 canvas plates, 2 hanger elements, a brick separator, and a decorative tile with Hokusai’s signature. The box it comes in also has a QR code which leads you to a tailor-made soundtrack to enhance your building experience.

The LEGO Art Hokusai – The Great Wave (31208) will sell for US$99.99, and will be available starting January 1st, 2023. Check out LEGO’s official page for more details, and if you’re looking for a late Christmas Gift or a nice New Year solo activity, this just might be the perfect pick for you!

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DIYer builds intricate LEGO T-Mobile Park stadium with his little daughter

Meet Shane Deegan, a 42-year-old basketball lover who fancies doing creative stuff. He’s always been obsessed with LEGO builds and creating baseball stadium models is one of his hobbies. Now, his latest creation just in time for the Holiday Season is something to behold.

The man has recreated the Seattle Mariners home ballpark in incredible detail with cute input from his little daughter, Dottie. It all started with smaller builds including a ferry boat and Husky Stadium. Ultimately, Shane had his eyes set on building a scaled-down LEGO model of the T-Mobile Park which was earlier known as the Safeco Field.

Designer: Shane Deegan

This detailed stadium ultimately took 12,000 pieces and more than 60 hours of build time in total. On the hind side, it all started from bins of assorted bricks he had at home and finally came to be a 36-inch by 24-inch LEGO baseball stadium. Of course, during the course of building, he had to supplement it with specifically needed LEGO bricks bought online. The eye catchy LEGO replica of the T-Mobile Park now sits beside the Christmas Tree.

Deegan measured the exact dimensions of the left and right field foul poles to make the LEGO model as convincing as possible. He had to painstakingly go through countless Google images to ascertain the seat map dimensions, the east side of the stadium, or tiny little details like the scoreboard location. Certain details like the smooth green tiles of the bleachers, the studded bricks of the outer wall, and the gold LEGO man standing firm at the home-plate entrance are worth appreciating.

According to Deegan, the challenge with the build was articulating something that “doesn’t otherwise exist in the Lego space.” The roof of the stadium posed to be the ultimate roadblock as he wanted to operate it with a motor but couldn’t due to weight constraints. He has to move the roof by hand, and that one thing irks him to bits. He’s already thinking about reopening the roof and building a larger one to fit the motor, and be able to move remotely.

Shane very passionately exclaims that he got back to building LEGO after a span of 25 years. Doing it with his daughter is ever so special and worth every minute of his. Very rhetorically he sums it up rightly by saying, “It’s incredible parallel play. We can both exist in our own world at our own level and have fun together.” During the build, Dottie would lose her interest after a few minutes since her goals were different from her father’s. He would then later return to go on with the build as desired.

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Oddly satisfying LEGO Hourglass actually counts down the time with tiny brick granules

Tick… tock… brick… tock…

While the internet is obsessed with videos of regular everyday items that are actually made out of cake, there’s a strong, growing subculture of people who feel the same way about LEGO bricks. Meet the LEGO Ideas Forum, an ardent community of hundreds of thousands of LEGO enthusiasts who build, appreciate, and vote for designs made entirely out of LEGO bricks. From semi-functioning Polaroids to actual working flip-clocks, there’s a LEGO build for everything your eye can see. If the fully functional flip-clock wasn’t impressive enough, someone’s actually built a LEGO version of an hourglass that legit works too. Arguably much more tricky to build than a mechanical clock (since that operates on a straightforward array of gears), this hourglass relies on a LEGO transparent chamber that holds actual LEGO brick granules which slide down from the upper vial to the lower vial, counting down time as they succumb to gravity.

Designer: Brick Dangerous

The entire LEGO build is made of just 575 pieces – that’s including the ‘sand’ inside the hourglass. There are a few artistic details on the side in the form of gears that rotate, although they serve no functional purpose. One would expect them to help flip the hourglass over, but it seems like that isn’t the case. To reset the hourglass, you need to manually turn the device 180° and the LEGO particles begin their downward journey once again.

LEGO Master Builder ‘Brick Dangerous’ built this creation in three color variants, although with the schematic you could pretty much create your own color scheme too (maybe use multicolored sand as well). Their design currently sits in the LEGO Ideas forum, gathering votes from other LEGO enthusiasts. With over 7000 votes collected so far, the LEGO Hourglass is just inches away from its 10,000-vote goalpost, after which the LEGO Ideas board will take the conceptual creation and turn it into a retail box set. Interested in giving this design your vote? You can head to the page here.

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Mind-boggling LEGO creations by masterbuilders to fulfill the playful inner child in you

I still remember the days, when I would spend hours excruciatingly building little LEGO block structures, only for them to fall apart as my sister bumped into them. I think we all have wonderful memories associated with LEGO blocks from our childhood, as well as the not-so-wonderful ones of stepping on them with our feet and feeling an absurd amount of pain shoot up through our legs. Pretty fun times, right?! But, LEGO is no more considered child’s play! Master builders, artists, and LEGO enthusiasts all over the world are creating impressive LEGO builds that’ll blow your minds away. They are a result of their hours of dedication, attention to detail, hard work, and creativity. They can be considered works of art, and I love scrolling through these creations, admiring them, and feeling an intense surge of satisfaction at their perfection. From the world’s tallest LEGO set which happens to be the Eiffel Tower to an antique lamp made entirely from LEGO blocks – we’ve curated the best of LEGO creations for you to drool over!

1. LEGO JWST Model

Just like the real JWST, this LEGO JWST model folds into a stowed position for launch, features all of the major moving components, and is roughly to scale with a standard LEGO Minifigure”, reads the project description on the LEGO Ideas forum. The replica even comes with the 18 iconic hexagon mirrors that make up the telescope’s light-gathering reflector module. The miniature LEGO replica comes with every single conceivable component of the JWST, including even the secondary hinged mirror and that layered sun shield at the bottom.

2. LEGO Table Football MOC

Watch as football icons Thierry Henry and Marcus Rashford battle it out on this mini LEGO foosball table in the video above… With its DIY design that lets you even customize the players down to their jerseys, hairstyles, and skin colors, the LEGO Table Football MOC may just be the coolest interactive build of all time! The fully operational tabletop game is made up of 2339 LEGO elements, has 5 players on each team, and even comes with its own dugout that also doubles up as the audience while you play a quick game of soccer… ahem, football.

3. The 10307 Eiffel Tower

The world’s biggest landmark has landed in Legoland, and we are super excited. A colossal 10,001-piece LEGO set has been revealed by the LEGO Group, and it stands close to 5 feet tall when all the pieces are in place. By the way, this is the tallest one from the camp, and the second-best when it comes to the brick count. Quite aptly named the 10307 Eiffel Tower, this scaled model will be on the Wishlist of globe trotters who are fascinated by the Iron Lady, and the charm of the famous landmark.

4. The LED Lamp

Rather simply dubbed the LED Lamp, this creation from LEGO builders Castor-Troy and Max Brich models itself on the Tiffany-style stained-glass lamps from the older days. Originally popularized by Louis Comfort Tiffany (a stained-glass artist from the late 19th century), the lamps are characterized by an Art Nouveau-inspired form and a tinted glass shade that would often fill a room with fragments of colored light. While it would seem impossible to us common folk to make such an intricate lamp out of LEGO bricks, Castor-Troy and Brich rather effortlessly put this beautiful piece together in under 800 pieces… an achievement in itself!

5. LEGO 3D-printed Toy Duck

This small plastic red duck is actually a replica of the wooden toy duck that was created by Lego’s founder Ole Kirk Kristiansen. It’s actually not just an “ordinary” pet duck for whatever minifig you’re using. When you roll it on a surface, its beak opens and closes. This is because it uses a selective laser sintering process that allows it to have functional, mechanical elements. This is hopefully the first phase towards Lego being able to create more building elements in smaller numbers and at a more affordable price.

6. The LEGO Flip Clock

There’s something incredibly satisfying about Sariel’s intricately built LEGO MOC (My Own Creation). The panels, frame, gear systems, and even the motor are all LEGO products. Standing 44 cm wide and 15 cm tall (17.4″ by 5.9″), the LEGO Flip Clock features a 10:1 gear ratio for counting down the minutes, and a 12:1 gear ratio for the hours (allowing it to reset every 12 hours). The only visual flaw here (and this is purely subjective) is the fact that the minute numbers aren’t as close together as you’d expect, which means it’s easy to read the time as 08:5:3 rather than 08:53.

7. LEGO Iron Man Hulkbuster

This towering collectible has movie-accurate features including the cockpit inside the red and gold-plated armor, or the information plate showing the techie data. For those who always trip over the little details, there’s the Tony Stark mini figure in the Iron Man suit which adds a unique touch to the LEGO build when stacked up from scratch. To keep the realism going, there are authentic details such as the 3 light-up arc reactor adorning the chest and also present on the hands.

8. The new LEGO Back to the Future Time Machine

The new LEGO Back to the Future Time Machine is improved, detailed, and better than ever. The jazzed-up build features a Flux Capacitor light brick, gull-wing doors, and printed dashboard dates. You can add the different equipment from the different parts of the movie – including the lightning rod from the first film, and the hood-mounted circuit from Part III!

9. LEGO Razor Crest

The first LEGO Star Wars set of its kind in the LEGO Star Wars Ultimate Collector Series, this collectible building set makes a wonderful gift for all Mandalorian fans: young and old. The build is pretty detailed, but when achieved, it allows a fan to reimagine the Din Djarin’s starship on screen in bricks. The 6,186-piece set measures over 72 cm long and it comes with mini figures to inspire role play, which is enhanced by the detailing and intricacies of the build.

10. The LEGO OLED Brick

The idea for the LEGO OLED brick originally came to Brown while he was sourcing tiny displays to make a keyboard with OLED keys that changed based on different scenarios. As soon as the idea to put an OLED display into a LEGO brick came to Brown, he soon pivoted, focusing all his efforts on making it happen. The result is nothing short of fantastic. To save on cost, Brown used a black and white display for this project, although it’s probably a matter of time before miniature color OLEDs make their way into bricks. Sign me up for that future, please.

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You can now play your own World Cup with this fully functional LEGO Foosball Table!

Watch as football icons Thierry Henry and Marcus Rashford battle it out on this mini LEGO foosball table in the video above…

With its DIY design that lets you even customize the players down to their jerseys, hairstyles, and skin colors, the LEGO Table Football MOC may just be the coolest interactive build of all time! The fully operational tabletop game is made up of 2339 LEGO elements, has 5 players on each team, and even comes with its own dugout that also doubles up as the audience while you play a quick game of soccer… ahem, football.

Designer: Donát Fehérvári

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Unlike most LEGO Ideas that exist as fan-made concepts garnering support on LEGO’s fan forum, this creation from Donát Fehérvári actually made it to becoming a box set. Fehérvári debuted this MOC (My Own Creation) back in 2021 as a submission to LEGO’s We Love Sports online competition. Winning the Grand Prize with 1244 votes, the build even got a nod of approval from the LEGO Ideas Review Board, which agreed to turn it into a box set available for people to buy. Just in time for the FIFA World Cup, that too!

The set is relatively easy to construct, and models itself on the traditional foosball table, albeit with a smaller footprint and just 5 players on each side as opposed to the traditional table that has as many as 11 players per team. The players are controlled by poles that can be pushed, pulled, or even turned to have the foosballers move around and kick the tiny white plastic foosball. Goal counters above each goalpost let you count as many as 5 goals – perfect for a short game spanning a few minutes.

What’s remarkable about the LEGO Table Football, however, is its inclusivity. The set allows you to build 22 minifigures (with 12 of them waiting in the dugout while 10 play on the field) of varying ethnicities and personalities. The kit includes 44 different heads and 43 hairstyle types, letting you play with both male and female players. The accompanying dugout (or cheering station) lets you store the extra heads and wigs underneath, and perhaps my favorite element is the tiny trophy cup included with the set that goes to the victor of the game!

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World’s tallest LEGO set launched is the Eiffel Tower and it is as tall as a third grader

The world’s biggest landmark has landed in Legoland, and we are super excited. A colossal 10,001-piece LEGO set has been revealed by the LEGO Group, and it stands close to 5 feet tall when all the pieces are in place. By the way, this is the tallest one from the camp, and the second-best when it comes to the brick count.

Quite aptly named the 10307 Eiffel Tower, this scaled model will be on the Wishlist of globe trotters who are fascinated by the Iron Lady, and the charm of the famous landmark. This set follows in the footsteps of other famed hallmarks including the Roman Colosseum, and the Titanic which both are impressive in their own rights at 9,090 and 9,036 brick count respectively.

Designer: LEGO Group

The icing on the cake is the French flag flying at the top of this iconic landmark’s recreation that is as tall as a third grader. One thing that’ll make it different from some other LEGO builds is the repetitive build. While putting together the pieces, the structure of the tower is mostly the same, so you would want to take things easy while erecting the structure.

On that note, the Eiffel Tower LEGO set will be the second biggest of them all in the brick count, only behind the World Map set which tops the list at 11701 bricks. Interestingly, there are no mini-figurines on the set by the look of things, but I hope the package has a few of them.

The mesmerizing LEGO set will be up for grabs starting midnight EST, November 25th at a price tag of $629.99, and without question, it’ll be sold like hotcakes. If you are already curious, the LEGO set is not available for pre-order right now, so you’ll have to hold horses.

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