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There is a large LEGO set that was recently released and we haven’t yet talked about. The #40346 LEGOLAND Park features some of the most famous park attractions including the iconic LEGOLAND Park entrance, a LEGO Castle-themed roller coaster, a LEGO Pirate island ride, Miniland, an observation tower, lots of smaller park attractions and amenities, plus eleven minifigures. 🙂

The #40346 LEGOLAND Park is currently only available at LEGOLAND Parks and LEGOLAND Discovery Centers. The price is $90, which is excellent for a 1,336-piece set. Especially considering that it includes such a large number of minifigs, plus a full setup of roller-coaster tracks and cars. Also, note that you get a set of nine stickers to decorate the gate with the location of your choice: California, Florida, New York, Windsor, Deutschland, Billund, Dubai, Malaysia, and Japan.

If you are planning to visit a LEGOLAND Park or LEGOLAND Discovery Center in the near future, look out for this set. It would make a fun play and display piece by itself, and it could also be added to the LEGO Creator Fairground sets and various LEGO City settings.

If you do not want to, or cannot purchase the set, but you like some of the details, you can also attempt to build it by using your own LEGO collection. The building instructions are available at the LEGO customer service website under the Building Instructions tab. The instructions are separated into five booklets; #1 LEGOLAND Park gate and some small builds, #2 LEGO Pirate island ride and other small builds, #3 Miniland, #4 LEGO Castle roller coaster, #5 observation tower. This allows several people to work on the set at the same time.

There is no word if this set will ever be available at official LEGO stores and the Online LEGO Shop, or it remains restricted to LEGOLAND Parks and Discovery Centers. It’s certainly a nice set, so if you have a chance to get it, I would recommend picking it up. And you can also take a look at the currently available fairground-themed sets at the LEGO Creator section of the Online LEGO Shop.

What do you think? How do you like the LEGOLAND Park set? Is this something you would like to add to your collection? Do you have other exlusive LEGOLAND sets? Feel free to share and discuss in the comment section below! 😉

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Here is a little something for your entertainment; LEGO Star Wars Battle Stories. These little short films have been published on LEGO’s YouTube channel, and feature alternate versions of famous chapters from the Star Wars saga. The stories are fun, and the stop-motion animation is fantastic. Check them out below. 🙂

What if Yoda had said “Come with you, I will”, when Luke went to rescue his friends in Cloud City? Could they have rescued Han Solo from the Stormtroopers, Boba Fett, and even Darth Vader? Or, could Princess Leia have ended Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope before it even began? See what might have happened to a certain Star Destroyer, with this cunning plan in place!

While the LEGO Star Wars Battle Stories are primarily meant to entertain children, they can be enjoyed by adult LEGO fans as well, particularly brick-filmers. It’s also worth pausing the videos to check out the scenes and settings built for these brick-films – like Planet Dagobah, extended Cloud City, and the inside of the Star Destroyer. Some of the official LEGO sets featured in these brick-films include the #75208 LEGO Star Wars Yoda’s Hut, the #75218 LEGO Star Wars X-wing Starfighter, the #75222 LEGO Star Wars Betrayal at Cloud City, and the #75244 LEGO Star Wars Tantive IV. You can find them at the LEGO Star Wars section of the Online LEGO Shop.

At the time of this writing, three episodes were released in the LEGO Star Wars Battle Stories series, but I will add any future episodes in the player above so you can watch those as well. LEGO Star Wars films are always entertaining!

What do you think? How do you like these LEGO Star Wars brick-films? Do you do any LEGO stop-motion animation yourself? Feel free to share and discuss in the comment section below! 😉

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Brick Breakdown: LEGO Hot Shot Carnival

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(Written by William) Celebrating sixty years of the LEGO brick, LEGO and BrickLink.com teamed up to run a number of crowdfunding projects to create exclusive sets. To learn more about this initiative, visit the links at the end of this post. In summary, the process involved having fans submit their ideas into BrickLink’s Stud.io platform […]

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LEGO The Flintstones contest – great prizes!

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There is a new contest on LEGO Ideas for those of you who would like to flex your building muscles, and maybe even win some of the amazing prizes. This time, the contest is related to the nostalgic #21316 LEGO Ideas The Flintstones set. The LEGO Ideas team can’t wait to see the wacky things […]

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LEGO Jurassic Park: T. Rex Rampage coming!

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Build and display the classic Jurassic Park gate and T. Rex dinosaur with the #75936 LEGO Jurassic Park: T. Rex Rampage set! This morning, LEGO announced a new LEGO Jurassic Park set to commemorate the iconic Jurassic Park gate and the giant T. Rex! Below is the full description of the set, information about availability, price, […]

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LEGO Double VIP Points & program changes

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For the month of June, LEGO is offering two sets with Double VIP Points: the #70838 LEGO Movie 2 Queen Watevra’s So-Not-Evil Space Palace, and the #70839 LEGO Movie 2 The Rexcelsior. In addition, as we discussed back in March (see links at the end of this post) there are some changes coming to the […]

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LEGO Ideas 10th Anniversary winner revealed!

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Last month, the LEGO Ideas team gave a second chance to some of the previous projects that achieved 10,000 votes but were ultimately not approved. During this special review process, the LEGO Ideas team pre-approved four product ideas that they felt still had potential to become official sets. LEGO fans had only a couple of […]

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LEGO Trolls and LEGO Minions coming!

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Occasionally LEGO releases some odd licensed themes that adult LEGO fans can’t really relate to and consider a waste of time and resources, but for whatever reason LEGO still think it’s worth giving them a shot. Such themes are usually short-lived, but may appeal to kids, make some collectors happy, and offer unique colors and […]

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LEGO NASA Apollo 11 Lunar Lander review

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The newly released LEGO NASA Apollo 11 Lunar Lander continues the success of other real life space exploration based sets of recent years. Under the LEGO Creator Expert line, we got the #10213 LEGO Creator Expert Shuttle Adventure in 2010 (replaced by #10231 LEGO Creator Expert Shuttle Expedition with 26 extra pieces due to the […]

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Free LEGO Space Rocket Ride available!

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Back in January of 2018, the LEGO Ideas team in collaboration with the LEGO Extended Line team ran a contest called Moments in Space. The challenge was to build a small to mid-size space model that was going to be used as an exclusive LEGO gift-with-purchase set in the future. From the almost one thousand […]

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