The LEGO Jurassic Park sets feature mini figures of classic characters, dinosaurs, and fun builds! | Source: LEGO

Dinosaurs and LEGOs are two surefire ways to win over kids’ hearts, and LEGO isn’t holding back for Jurassic Park’s 30th anniversary. 

There are five new LEGO Jurassic Park sets that feature park areas, LEGO minifigure versions of fan-favorite characters, and — of course — dinosaurs. Each set is designed for a different age group, so kids of most ages can get in on the excitement of Jurassic Park.

The Dilophosaurus Ambush set (recommended for kids ages 6 and up) features Dennis Nedry driving his Jeep through the park trying to escape the Dilophosaurus. In the Velociraptor Escape set, kids ages 4 and up can try and contain the velociraptor with the help of Muldoon and Dr. Ellie Satler. The Triceratops Research set (recommended for kids ages 8 and up) features an off-road vehicle for Satler and Dr. Ian Malcolm to hop in and take care of sick triceratops. 

Kids can practically hear John Williams’ iconic Jurassic Park theme when they build the Brachiosaurus Discovery set (recommended for kids ages 9 and up), which shows off the scene where we meet the Brachiosaurus for the first time. Finally, teens and adults can get in on the action with the Visitor Center: T. rex & Raptor Attack set (recommended for teens ages 12 and up), which has almost 700 pieces and features six minifigures and two dinosaurs!

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The five Jurassic Park 30th anniversary LEGO sets will hit shelves starting on June 1, but preorders are already open for the Visitor Center: T. rex & Raptor Attack set. Whether kids are already big fans of the Jurassic Park movies or are just being introduced to them for the first time, these new LEGO sets will give builders a roaring good time.

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Ashley Pelletier

Ashley Pelletier

Ashley is assistant editor for The Toy Insider, The Pop Insider, and The Toy Book with a Master's in journalism from Quinnipiac University. When she isn’t writing her latest story, she is reading a fantasy novel or rewatching one of her three favorite TV shows over and over again. She’s also a big fan of showing people pictures of her two dogs and cat.