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, and more.
Enjoy an advanced building experience and relive classic movie moments with the #75936 LEGO Jurassic Park: T. Rex Rampage. This collectible construction toy includes 3,120 building bricks and features the original Jurassic Park’s iconic gate and a large, fully poseable, brick-built T. Rex dinosaur, which is ideal for display. The trigger-activated gate is framed by a wall incorporating seven detailed, brick-built scenes inspired by the movie, such as John Hammond’s dining room, Ray Arnold’s control room, and a bunker for Ian Malcolm. A must-have for Jurassic World fans, this construction set includes six minifigures and baby dinosaur figure, plus a minifigure display stand with T. Rex facts plate.
- This dinosaur set includes six minifigures: John Hammond, Ian Malcolm, Ellie Sattler, Alan Grant, Ray Arnold and Dennis Nedry, plus a baby dinosaur figure.
- Brick-built LEGO T. Rex Dinosaur set features snapping jaws, poseable head, arms, legs, and tail.
- The brick-built LEGO version of the original Jurassic Park’s iconic gate has an opening function, jungle leaves and flame elements.
- The wall framing the gate features a buildable dinosaur nest with two cracked egg elements at the top and other brick-built scenes inspired by the movie, including: a bunker with a buildable bed for Ian Malcolm, flashlight and fire extinguisher, plus ladder and display case elements; power shed for scene with Ellie Sattler; John Hammond’s dining room with table and minifigure chair, plus ice cream, spoon, and three cookie elements; Ray Arnold’s control room with a buildable desk, three computers and a minifigure chair; scene with a buildable bathroom; scene for Dennis Nedry with a buildable mud slide and shaving cream can.
- This display model also includes a buildable minifigure display stand with T. Rex facts plate.
- Accessory elements include John Hammond’s hat and cane, and Alan Grant’s hat and dinosaur claw.
- John Hammond, Ray Arnold and Dennis Nedry minifigures are new for June 2019.
- This collectible building set includes 3,120 pieces and makes a great dinosaur gift for adults.
- Jurassic Park gate measures over 16” (42cm) high, 18” (48cm) wide and 5” (14cm) deep.
- T. Rex dinosaur measures over 8” (22cm) high, 27” (69cm) long and 6” (17cm) wide.
- Recommended for ages 16+.
- Includes 3,120 pieces.
Here are some pictures of thew brick-built scenes, including a bunker with a buildable bed for Ian Malcolm, a power shed for scene with Ellie Sattler, John Hammond’s dining room, Ray Arnold’s control room.
And here are some additional pictures of the brick-built T. Rex with snapping jaws, poseable head, arms, legs, and tail.
In the video below, LEGO Senior Designer Mark Stafford and LEGO Graphic Designer Casper Glahder will talk about the set in detail, including some interesting little tidbits and Easter eggs you can find in the set.
The #75936 LEGO Jurassic Park: T. Rex Rampage set is going to be available directly from LEGO on June 19th via official LEGO stores and the Online LEGO Shop. Prices are as follows: US $249.99 – CA $299.99 – DE €249.99 – UK £219.99 – FR €249.99 – DK 1899DKK (Euro pricing varies by country). For more details and pictures visit the LEGO Jurassic World section of the Online LEGO Shop.
It’s interesting to note that back in 2013, there was a Jurassic Park project submitted to LEGO Ideas that is quite similar to the current set. It was designed by LEGO fan senteosan, and rapidly gathered supporters. However, it was archived early by the LEGO Ideas team due to licensing conflict with the franchise. A year later, when LEGO got back the license, the same project was allowed again, and it achieved 10,000 votes in just a month and a half. Unfortunately, it was not selected to become an official LEGO set. This project used a similar technique of wedge plates on their sides to build the gate, had a brick-built T. Rex, and also included a vehicle.
This is probably my only criticism of the #75936 LEGO Jurassic Park: T. Rex Rampage set; I wish it included a vehicle. The gate itself, the little vignettes added to the gate, the T. Rex, the minifigs and the display-stand all look good, but a vehicle would have added a more complete experience and additional play-value. We do get some vehicles in the LEGO Jurassic World/Jurassic Park sets, but none of them has the classic color scheme from the original film. For an over 3,000-piece set, the price is good, but on the other hand for a $250 building toy, people usually expect a complete experience without the need to add anything else.
What do you think? How do you like the #75936 LEGO Jurassic Park: T. Rex Rampage set? Feel free to share your thoughts and discuss in the comment section below! Also, remember that there are several regular LEGO Jurassic World sets coming in July. If you want to to see the full selection of currently available and upcoming sets, visit the LEGO Jurassic World section of the Online LEGO Shop.
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The T Rex looks amazing! I hope the Jurassic Park sign is not stickers. Really cool that they put the scenes inside the gate. Nice set, but first I would like to see the designer video and a couple of reviews before making a purchase decision.
The gate looks fantastic with how all those wedge pieces come together. All those little scenes at the back are an interesting idea. The dino is cool too. But no jeep?? We have to have at least one jeep!!!!
Maybe they will have a separate set for that? They did that with the Ghostbusters HQ and the Ecto 1. I agree we need a jeep, but the set is so expensive already. I’m wondering how senteosan feels about this set. After all, it’s almost an exact copy of his Ideas project.
I think those scenes in the gate are weird. Especially the toilet. Come on, this is not a set for toddlers! We don’t need toilet jokes. But the gate itself is spot on. The minifigs and dino are okay. Not sure about buying this set, but I can see the appeal.
Well, a toilet is fairly realistic, if you need to fill up the space of something.
And I might misremember the film, but wasn’t it a scene where that creepy hacker got attacked by a T-Rex hiding in the toilet?
Hmmm, I mixed things up. Dennis Nedry (subtle, subtle…) got eaten when his car stopped, but the lawyer Donald Gennaro got eaten hiding in the toilet…
LOL! Yeah, I think you’re right! 😈
Hmm, apparently Donald Gennaro hasn’t appeared in any set yet, so perhaps there’ll be an accompanying jeep… with an accompanying Donald Gennaro minifig…
Can’t wait to buy a couple of these and sell them on Amazon, and piece them out on ebay! That John hammond is gonna go for at least $50!
What’ve they got in there? King Kong? Sorry, couldn’t help myself. We really need a jeep with this set. They could have made the dino or the gate a little smaller, or just take out those vignettes to include the jeep.
The picture of the set on the bookshelf really puts into perspective the massive size of the T rex. I hope it won’t fall apart easily! Nobody mentioned this yet, but I like those broken egg shells!
I like the set, but why is the Jurassic World logo on the box and on the plaque? It’s clearly a set for fans of the classic Jurassic Park! That kind of ruins it for collectors.
It is part of the Jurassic World Legacy line. All other Jurassic World legacy merchandise has the same logo. I know it’s not ideal, but it’s not lego’s fault.
Not bad, but I was hoping for a visitor center….
UPDATE: Based on discussions by the LEGO fan community about the similarity of this set to the LEGO Ideas project, the LEGO Ideas team and the Jurassic Park Design team released the following statement via the LEGO Ambassador Network:
Although the new #75936 Jurassic Park T-Rex Rampage set shares similarities in design to the LEGO Ideas submission “Jurassic Park” by senteosan, this model was developed entirely internally by a team of LEGO designers who create great new sets that kids and adult fans alike are passionate about. The basis of their model was a large, grey, brick-built T-Rex created by LEGO Designer Mike Psiaki in 2012 when he joined the LEGO Group and from there the model evolved by including the iconic Jurassic Park gates to add additional building experience and value for “Expert” builders.
In our desire to continue to allow LEGO Ideas members to submit product ideas based on third-party licenses, we have in the LEGO Ideas guidelines acknowledged the fact that there may occur unintentional overlaps between products being developed internally by our design teams and those submitted by fans via LEGO Ideas. This is simply because great minds think alike sometimes, especially when basing designs on popular licenses of movies, TV shows, vehicles, buildings and more, with whom we either already collaborate with or who fit the LEGO brand values for potential future collaborations.
Thank you for the update, admin. It makes sense that sets based on an IP will look similar. I guess the Ideas project made it clear to lego that this is definitely a set that should be made. At least they could send a copy to the fan designer for that service.
Guys, the T. Rex is massive! Check this out! https://www.reddit.com/r/lego/comments/bzehyt/let_just_talk_about_how_big_this_set_actually_is/
Wow! It’s bigger than I thought! Forget about the gate, I want the massive Trex!
I just finished collecting most of the Jurassic world Fallen Kingdom sets and I’m going to build them as soon as I’m done building my star wars sets. That T-Rex set is so awesome looking. A must have but, the price is a bit much for my wallet right now. ” hold on to your butts” . I couldn’t help myself to David H. Lol!
A brick-built T-Rex? That gate is magnificent too. Pretty amazing set!