Step up to the brand-new LEGO Ideas 123 Sesame Street! Imagined by a keen LEGO builder and seasoned Sesame Street fan, the first-ever Sesame Street product from the LEGO Group will be available from November 1st from official LEGO stores and the Online LEGO Shop. Details below.
Voted for by LEGO brick lovers all over the world, a wonderfully nostalgic new LEGO Ideas set has been brought to life after being envisioned by an avid builder. The brand-new #21324 LEGO Ideas 123 Sesame Street set is the latest product from the LEGO Ideas collection, which conceptualizes and produces the creative wonders imagined and voted for by LEGO brick fans themselves (see original submission below).
Created with all the delightful elements of 123 Sesame Street, the new set is packed with authentic details from the famous New York City neighborhood. From Bert and Ernie’s apartment, in which Bert famously pleaded with Ernie to remove a banana from his ear so he could hear better, to Big Bird’s nest, where the grown-ups finally met Mr. Snuffleupagus in person – builders will marvel in Sesame Street’s most memorable moments.
As they embark on their immersive build journey of LEGO Ideas 123 Sesame Street, seasoned LEGO fans and younger builders alike can take a trip down memory lane, passing by Hooper’s Store, Oscar the Grouch’s trash can, and many more quintessential Sesame Street locations, making it the perfect set to enjoy on your own or together as a family. Fans can even bring their favorite characters and show moments to life with the brand new and exclusive buildable minifigures which have been moulded specifically for the set, including characters such as Cookie Monster, Elmo, and Big Bird.
The new #21324 LEGO Ideas 123 Sesame Street set is part of the LEGO Ideas collection, which offers fans the opportunity to submit their own brick creations with the chance to have their concept brought to life with the help of LEGO master designers and a share of the profits. Other recent LEGO Ideas sets inspired by LEGO fans, include the #21323 LEGO Ideas Grand Piano and the #21319 LEGO Ideas Friends Central Perk.
Created by Sesame Street fan and LEGO enthusiast Ivan Guerrero, this set brings together the magic of the iconic New York City street with the mindful and creative building experience of LEGO bricks to create an instant classic.
Speaking about the creative journey, Ivan Guerrero said: “As a long-time fan of the LEGO Group and Sesame Street, it has been a dream come true to be able to merge my two passions into a memorable set for fellow builders to enjoy. LEGO bricks and Sesame Street shaped both my childhood and adult years, and the opportunity to work with the LEGO Ideas team to bring this quintessential New York street to life has been thrilling.”
Federico Begher, VP of Global Marketing at The LEGO Group added: “We were instantly drawn to Ivan’s idea, as we had never created an official LEGO product with Sesame Street before. It was clear from the submission that Ivan is passionate about Sesame Street and he really brought it to life with the wide array of characters and bright, classic colors. For the first time in the history of LEGO Ideas, we also had the opportunity to create brand new minifigures for a set – bringing something new and exciting to our LEGO fans. Knowing the impact Sesame Street has had on the world for decades, sharing similar values with generations past and present, this felt like an exciting way to blend novelty with nostalgia, and pay homage to the truly iconic 123 Sesame Street through LEGO Ideas.”
“Your imagination and creativity can take you places—and with the help of LEGO Ideas, it’s now transporting fans to Sesame Street where you’re never too old for a playdate,” said Gabriela Arenas, Sesame Workshop’s Vice President of Licensing, North America.
The 1,367-piece LEGO Ideas 123 Sesame Street set measures 9” (24cm) high, 13.5” (35cm) wide, and 8.2” (21cm) deep. It will be released under the new LEGO 18+ adult collection, although I’m sure younger fans will enjoy it too.
The #21324 LEGO Ideas 123 Sesame Street will be available directly from LEGO starting on November 1st. Prices are as follows: RRP £109.99, €119.99, $119.99. For more information and pictures, visit the LEGO Ideas section of the Online LEGO Shop.
What do you think? How do you like the upcoming LEGO Ideas Sesame Street set? Are you planning to get it? Feel free to share your thoughts and discuss in the comment section below!
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It’s very different from the original submission, but I like it!
I like how colorful it is! I think the size and colors are more appropriate than the original. But why 18+?
Love it, love it, love it! They got everythign right! By the way, did you guys notice the pinholes on the left? Does this mean we will get more Sesame street sets?
Instant buy, thank you Lego! Perfect for Christmas too!
I love the colors and the minifigs! Perfection! But I thought it was against the Ideas rules to suggest new molds. Maybe that’s not the case anymore?
Yea they changed it now there can be new molds…but also stickers so it’s a catch 22
Or, perhaps more appropriate, a mixed blessing…
(Although I’d have to say that all the stickered parts really does add to the feel of the model.)
Yeah, those stickers are very nicely designed.
Man, I can’t wait! I already have a spot for this. I hope it won’t sell out instantly like the other new sets. Fingers crossed we can get this before Christmas.
Guys, if you look at the images at Lego’s site, ther is a UFO and a pigeon cage on the roof. This set is so full of easter eggs! I just hope that all those decorations aren’t stickers.
Forget the modulars! We need more sets like these! 😀
So much love went into this set. Kudos to the designers! They nailed it!
In some ways, the original was better (I liked that it was a full building that could fold out), but this one is more playful. I suppose you can always turn it into a full building if you want to.
I like it, but there suppose to be another window over the front door. I wonder why they left that off. It makes the building look too plain on that side.
Yes, that looks weird. I suppose you can always reduce the size of that decoration over the door and add another window. Even a smaller window might work. Good looking set otherwise.
Oh, yes this set will be mine. I’ve been waiting for this set for a while now. And I’m glad it’s coming out very soon. Now if Lego can only do the Muppets it’ll be great.
What I don’t like is how they angled the two buildings. It’s accurate, but the exposed side of the store is unsighty. They should have put the store on hinges or at least soften the angle.
Yes, it would be better if both buildins are open at the back and fully built at the front. I suppose we could change the walls around.
I’m surprized they haven’t done this collaboration before. It’s a perfect match for Lego. The minifigs turned out great!
Here’s a crazy thought. Maybe Lego should do the next blind mystery bags to be more of the Sesame Street characters to go with this set. It’s just a thought and I think will go very well with Lego collectors.🤔
I’m not sure about this one. The interior is packed with details and I love the colors, but this is cleraly a play set for kids and not a display set. It doesn’t look good from the front with the exposed gap, and it’s not a full building. How is this 18 plus?
The ideas submission was more accurate, but this one is cuter. I just wish the price was a little better.
Not sure if this will be a first day buy for me, but I would love to get it eventually. Based on the reviews I read it has ton’s of rare pieces. Sadly, most of the decorations are stickers.
I see just about all of the references to the humans of Sesame Street from the submission has been removed from the actual set. I guess it’s kinda understandable, since usually the human cast was replaced with a local equivalent in the show’s international adaptations.
The new minifigs look pretty good, though.
I wonder if this was also designed by the same guy as Diagon Alley. The design is very similar.
It doesn’t seem like that, from what I can find out, Diagon Alley was designed by lead designer Marcos Bessa, while Sesame Street was designed by Ollie Gregory and Crystal Marie Fontan.