Kids will never run out of things to build with all the new LEGO sets coming out this year. Showcased at the Play Date event hosted by The Toy Association, The Toy Insider, and The Toy Book yesterday, these sets will encourage builders to display their creative confidence.
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For toddlers ages 18 months and up, LEGO DUPLO provides easy-to-handle building blocks. The My First Fruit and Vegetable Tractor is a 19-piece set that will teach preschoolers how fruits and vegetables thrive and how to use their creativity and self-expression to understand color sorting. The tractor is available now for $19.99.
To honor 100 years of Disney, the LEGO Disney Celebration Train is inspired by iconic characters and movie scenes. Jump on board with Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Woody, Moana, and others. This 200-piece set will be available on April 1 for $39.99. Another set perfect for Disney fans is the new LEGO Disney ‘Up’ House, featuring Carl Frederickson, Russell, and Dug from the beloved Pixar film. From the four rooms in the house to the colorful balloons, this set is highly detailed. With 598 pieces, this set will also be available on April 1 for $59.99.
In celebration of the third season of The Mandalorian, there are two new sets that honor the bounty hunter. The 285-piece LEGO Star Wars Pirate Snub Fighter and the 88-piece LEGO Star Wars The Mandalorian’s N-1 Starfighter Microfighter both offer fans the opportunity to travel deeper into the galaxy far, far away. The Pirate Snub Fighter features an opening minifigure cockpit, two stud shooters, and a compartment with a thermal detonator element for $34.99. Fans can preorder it now and it will ship on May 1. The N-1 Starfighter Microfighter is a microscale model with an open cockpit for the Mandalorian and Grogu minifigures, plus two stud shooters for $15.99. This set is available for preorder now and will ship on August 1.
Speaking of LEGO Star Wars, LEGO revealed a new helmet building set featuring the bounty hunter helmet worn by Princess Leia as a disguise to enter Jabba the Hutt’s palace in Star Wars: Return of the Jedi. This 670-piece set is available now for $69.99.
This year marks the 30th anniversary of Jurassic Park. Jump into the Jeep Wrangler with John Hammond, Dr. Ellie Sattler, and Dr. Alan Grant with the 512-piece LEGO Jurassic Park Brachiosaurus Discovery, available on June 1 for $79.99. Explore the visitor center before chaos erupts with Dr. Henry Wu and Ray Arnold with the 693-piece LEGO Jurassic Park Visitor Center: T. rex and Raptor Attack, which is available for preorder now for $129.99 and will ship on June 1.
The incredible The Lord of the Rings: Rivendell LEGO set was on display with an impressive 6,167 pieces. The elven forge, Frodo’s room, the Shards of Narsil, the Council of Elrond, and much more are all featured in this set. It also comes with 15 minifigures. This set is bursting with details and will make a great display piece. Rivendell is available for backorder now for $499.99 and will ship on March 23.
Video game fans will be pleased to see new LEGO Super Mario sets ahead of MAR10 Day. Fans can create countless customizable levels and play experiences with the new Character Packs and Expansion Sets. The virtual world of Minecraft is also getting in on the action with The End Arena and the Panda Haven sets. The 252-piece End Arena includes an End warrior and a dragon archer for $24.99, while the 553-piece Panda Haven transforms a supersize Minecraft panda into a three-story house with a furnished interior for $49.99. Both of these sets are available now.
If you’re looking for an extra pop of color to your home décor, there are two new additions to the LEGO Botanicals collection. The 939-piece LEGO Icons Wildflower Bouquet ($59.99) and the 812-piece LEGO Icons Dried Flower Centerpiece ($49.99) let creativity bloom — and you don’t have to worry about watering them! Both of these sets are available now. Another exciting home accent piece is the 1,810-piece LEGO version of Hokusai’s The Great Wave. This unique Japanese artwork provides builders with a relaxing and immersive experience as they put together the 1,810 pieces. The set also includes a frame for display purposes and is available now for $99.99.
If you’re looking to add an extra spark of creativity to your life, the 900-piece LEGO Classic Creative Party Box ($49.99) and the 333-piece LEGO Classic Creative Pastel Fun ($19.99) box offer new opportunities every time. There is no limit on what you can make!
Lastly, the LEGO Technic 2022 Ford GT is a 1,466-piece set that allows fans a chance to get under the hood of the supercar. This 1:12-scale model will have builders marveling at the aerodynamic shape and features of the car. This set is available now for $119.99.
Whether you are into Disney, Star Wars, or colorful flowers, these new LEGO sets have something for everyone.