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Pre-Order the LEGO Modular Natural History Museum!

Unlocking History Brick by Brick! Today, the LEGO Group unveiled the highly anticipated #10326 LEGO Icons Natural History Museum set. It is the largest LEGO Modular Building set by piece-count and one of the most requested building themes by fans.

The #10326 LEGO Icons Natural History Museum is the perfect addition to the LEGO Modular Buildings Collection and features fresh architecture, new building techniques, and countless fun stories. The two-story model includes dual atriums, a removable roof, and a middle floor, and is packed with brick-built exhibits and details. The 4,014-piece model measures over 12 in. (31 cm) high, 15 in. (39 cm) wide and 10 in. (25 cm) deep.

To the right of the entrance, visitors are welcomed by a giant brick-built Brachiosaurus skeleton. This dinosaur is so large, that its neck rises above the first floor and stretches into the second. It’s flanked by several smaller exhibits including a sabertooth skull, a fossil, and yes, even dinosaur eggs.

Up on the landing, the museum’s geology section showcases a colorful array of quartz, geodes, and stalagmites, and spotlighting a cutaway of the earth and its molten core.

Heading up to the second floor, witness a large map of the planet showing the projected orbit of a new rocket, a detailed orrery of the solar system, and a diorama of a future space base. Up on the roof, the museum’s curator recounts their experiences and travels in their detailed office writing memoirs.

Here are a few more pictures of the set, showing the large banners at the front of the museum and the museum curator’s office.

As usual, the set can seamlessly connect with previously released LEGO Modular Buildings with LEGO Technic pegs.

The #10326 LEGO Icons Natural History Museum is already available for pre-order and shipping will begin on December 1st. Prices are as follows: $299.99/€299.99/£259.99/449.99 AUD/2499 CNY/121990 HUF/389.99 CAD. For more information, and to pre-order the set, visit the LEGO Icons section of the Online LEGO Shop.

What do you think? How do you like the latest in the LEGO Modular Buildings Collection? Are you planning to get it? Did you pre-order it already? Feel free to share and discuss in the comment section below!

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  • Martin October 30, 2023, 10:41 PM

    I like the details, but I’m surprised by the color choice. Why olive green?

    • yoladiel October 30, 2023, 10:50 PM

      It reminds me of the haunted house. It has the same colors except for the white. I personally would have gone with tan. Or light gray. But the interior is pretty cool. And I like the decorations on the façade.

  • Master Builder October 31, 2023, 8:21 AM

    I like it! We needed a large single building to balance out all the smaller ones we got in the past few years. It reminds me of the town hall.

    • Tanner October 31, 2023, 9:14 AM

      Yes, but if you remember, the town hall didn’t do well in its time. It was too big, boring inside, and expensive. And this one is even bigger and more expensive. Although less boring. Let’s see how it will do. I’m curious.

      • Randy October 31, 2023, 12:07 PM

        I’m lacking space for such a big set. I Already have my modular taking up the length of a whole wall and corner. But I will likely still get it and figure out something.

  • b.b.b. October 31, 2023, 11:16 PM

    This building looks more like a courthouse to me. And yes, as others said, it looks much like the haunted house. Which, by the way, is retiring this year (at least that’s what I read). It’s not the most exciting set, but it’s not bad either. But space is really becoming a problem. I kind of liked how they switched over to smaller and busier modulars. They fit better in my town.

  • Håkan October 31, 2023, 11:23 PM

    Pretty cool, but too big and expensive for me, and I think I’ll mostly focus on Marvel and older Space stuff, at the moment.

    By the way, it seems as if one image was posted twice.

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