These new sets are full of all the adventure found in the Indiana Jones films! | Source: LEGO

Fans of archeology and adventure are already excited about the upcoming Indiana Jones and the DIal of Destiny movie, but now little builders can have their own adventures at home while they wait with new LEGO Indiana Jones sets releasing this April. 

The LEGO Indiana Jones Fighter Plane Chase recaptures the plane chase from Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. The set comes with three minifigures (Indiana Jones, his father Professor Henry Jones Sr., and a fighter pilot) and 387 pieces. The set is designed for kids ages 8 and up. 

The LEGO Indiana Jones Escape from the Lost Tomb set is a bit larger, at 600 pieces, also recommended for kids ages 8 and up. It’s inspired by the Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark movie and comes with four minifigures: Indiana Jones, Marion Ravenwood, Sallah, and a mummy. Kids can help Indy as he deals with challenges like a toppling Anubis statue, a well full of venomous snakes, and more as he searches for the Ark of the Covenant. 

If adult Indy fans want to get in on the LEGO action to make it a full family night of building, the huge Temple of the Golden Idol set is designed for teens and adults ages 18 and up and features 1,545 pieces, making for a greatly detailed temple from Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark

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These sets join other preexisting Indiana Jones sets such as Jungle Duel, Temple of the Crystal Skull, and Venice Canal Chase, although the most recent LEGO Indiana Jones release prior to this was in 2009!

The new LEGO Indiana Jones sets will be available on April 1, well before the June 30 release of Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny movie. Get excited for more Indy action and enjoy a night of LEGO building and movie-rewatching with the newest sets from LEGO!

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