Your Ultimate Guide to LEGO

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Hear ye, hear ye! Mr Toys brings you everything you need to know about LEGO. LEGO is one of the most popular toys in the world and one with a rich history. There are thousands of LEGO playsets available, from LEGO Duplo sets all the way up to the largest, most intricate sets and collector items. The LEGO Group (based in Billund, Denmark) manufactures this line of plastic construction toys. LEGO sets are made up of colourful interlocking bricks, minifigures, gears, and various other pieces and can be connected and assembled to create objects such as vehicles, buildings, and robots. Any finished item can then be dissembled and the pieces re-used to make new, different objects.

When was LEGO introduced and where did it come from?

Since the first LEGO sets were manufactured in the 1940s, the toys have earned substantial worldwide popularity. LEGO has grown from a line of toys to an empire that includes games, movies, contests, and even theme parks based on this brightly-coloured “connectables.”

Hundreds of billions of LEGO parts have been produced since the toy’s inception. Nonetheless, they are nearly all completely perfect; the moulds used to produce them are accurate to within 0.002mm, meaning that only 18 out of every million elements produced fail to meet company standards.

Until 1947, LEGO blocks were made of wood. After this, they were made of cellulose acetate, which was eventually traded in for ABS plastic, which is less toxic and more heat resistant. Worldwide, retailers sell seven LEGO sets every second. This figure jumps to 28 sets per second during the holiday season. Numerous world records have been set with LEGO, including:

  • The world’s tallest LEGO tower (465,000 bricks)
  • The world’s tallest LEGO construction (2.9 million bricks)
  • The world’s largest LEGO image (1.2 million bricks)

What does LEGO mean (what does the word stand for)?

The word “LEGO” itself comes from the Danish words “leg” and “godt,” which means “play well.” Oh, and by the way, the correct way to write “LEGO” is in all caps, and the plural form of LEGO is also LEGO – don’t forget that!

What ages is LEGO for?

There are LEGO sets for people of all ages, whether they’re first-time builders or seasoned pros. Each set is designed with a specific age group in mind. For instance, LEGO sets designed for younger children do not include certain elements such as axles that are more complicated to assemble. Sets for younger children also include more pre-assembled pieces to make building easier. They also include fewer pieces and more attention is paid to safety concerns, such as making sure pieces aren’t too small or pointy.

It’s not until around the 12+ age range that sets become larger and more advanced. There are LEGO sets complicated enough to satisfy even the most experienced adult builders. Check the age range listed on the package to be sure you are choosing an age-appropriate set.

Can you recycle LEGO bricks?

When you’re done with your LEGO, there are lots of options besides throwing them away. If the bricks are worn and unusable, they may be recycled in your community – check with your local recycling program to see if you can add them to your regular recycling. If the bricks are still in good shape, you may donate them to a local charity or day-care centre.

LEGO does their part to help the environment in a number of ways. For example, when pieces don’t meet quality standards, they are either ground down and used to make new pieces or they are used to help generate power in LEGO facilities. The company also donates surplus bricks to charities throughout the world.

How many LEGO bricks are produced each year?

Children all over the world spend billions of hours playing with LEGO each year – and that takes a lot of bricks. LEGO produces 19 billion LEGO pieces every year, and there are now more than 60 times as many LEGO bricks in existence as there are people.

Since 1949, LEGO has produced more than 400 billion bricks. In perspective, the LEGO bricks produced in just 1 year would circle the earth 5 times. There are enough minifigures today to circle the earth 4 times.

When was The LEGO Movie released?

It takes a special toy to have an entire movie based on it. The LEGO Movie was released in 2014 and was a smashing success, making nearly $500 million on a $60 million budget. The film features big-name actors such as Elizabeth Banks, Will Arnett, Will Ferrell, Morgan Freeman, Jonah Hill, Liam Neeson, and more.

What is The LEGO Movie about?

The story is about an everyday LEGO mini-figure who discovers that he is in a unique position as the only one who can help stop a tyrant from gluing together the pieces of the LEGO worlds to fit his idea of perfection.

Were real LEGO used in The LEGO Movie?

No real LEGO bricks were used. The movie is entirely made of digitally rendered bricks – several million of them. The producers used a free software called LEGO Digital Designer. However, all those things you see in the movie represent LEGO pieces that actually exist, and every structure is possible to re-create – should you feel inclined to do so.

Here are some fun facts about The LEGO Movie:

  • The word “LEGO” is never spoken during the movie – not once.
  • The reason Benny the Spaceman’s helmet was cracked in a certain place was because that LEGO product from the 1980s was prone to cracking in that exact spot.

Will there be more LEGO movies?

The film has spawned many spin-offs: The LEGO Batman Movie and The LEGO Ninjago Movie among many others. More are in the works. Of course, don’t forget the LEGO Movie 2, which was shown in theatres in 2019.

LEGO merchandise based on the movies has become quite popular and includes pieces such as The LEGO Batman Movie minifigures and The LEGO Ninjago Movie Spinjitzu Training building sets.

When was the first Star Wars LEGO set made?

Not surprisingly, the first licensed themed LEGO set was a Star Wars set. It was released in 1999 and included the first LEGO X-Wing.

What is the largest Star Wars LEGO set ever?

The largest LEGO set is also a Star Wars-themed set: The Millennium Falcon with over 7,500 pieces – which goes for a whopping nearly $1,300. There are now hundreds of LEGO Star Wars sets available such as LEGO Star Wars First Order Heavy Assault Wars, LEGO Star Wars Darth Vader Transformation, and LEGO Star Wars Troopers. There are also numerous LEGO Star Wars toys available besides traditional LEGO playsets, including minifigure clocks, LEGO Brickheadz Sets, and more.

What is the best LEGO Star Wars set for kids?

For kids who might not be ready to tackle the giant Millennium Falcon set, we sell a LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon Microfighter for ages 6 to 12. Players can position Chewbacca on top and prepare for action. At Christmas time, the Star Wars Advent Calendar is another fun set for ages 6 to 14, which helps players get jovial with 24 doors to open. They conceal gifts such as minifigures, vehicles, starships, and other collectables.

What is LEGO Technic?

LEGO Technic is a unique line that includes interconnecting rods and other parts. This series allows users to build more complex models with advanced technical functions. Originally introduced as the Expert Builder series in 1977, it was renamed LEGO Technic in 1984. The sets have unique pieces such as pins, axles, gears, beams, and more – even electric motors and pneumatic pieces. The LEGO Technic Series includes collections of all types and sizes, from cars and tractors to ships and helicopters.

LEGO has also added a sweet Bugatti Chiron to its lineup. The new set has almost 4,000 pieces and is sure to keep even the most seasoned builder busy for quite some time. Don’t worry – you can buy your child a Bugatti Chiron of their own so you can have fun building these sleek cars together.

Another impressive LEGO Technic set is the LEGO Technic Porsche. The LEGO Technic Porsche is the perfect way to celebrate innovative design and engineering. This stunning model features an adjustable rear spoiler, sleek aerodynamic lines, and orange bodywork rich in authentic functions and features. The attention to detail is truly incredible, from the elaborate cockpit and working gearbox to the glove compartment with unique serial number. Builders aged 16 and up will love getting lost in this amazing set and its numerous detailed features.

What is the best LEGO Technic set?

Vehicles are one of the most popular types of LEGO sets. There are many vehicles to construct, from cars and trucks to buses and vans. Some fun sets to start with include:

LEGO Creator London Bus

The charming double-decker LEGO Creator London Bus features lots of great details and 1,686 pieces for a fun, challenging build.

LEGO Creator Mini Cooper

The LEGO Creator Mini Cooper includes 1,077 pieces you can assemble to create your own model of the Mini Cooper.

LEGO Creator Volkswagen Beetle

With 1,167 pieces, the LEGO Creator Volkswagen Beetle allows users to try out their building skills and create a great-looking model.

LEGO Creator Sunshine Surfer Van

A bit less advanced than the above sets, the LEGO Creator Sunshine Surfer Van is big fun in the sun for players ages 8 to 12.

Fun fact: LEGO vehicles aren’t limited to those constructed from interlocking plastic bricks. Check out this full-size LEGO car, built by 20-year-old Raul Oaida of Romania. The car can seat 2 people and actually runs, hitting top speeds of 30 kph. The vehicle includes over 500,000 LEGO pieces along with some real car parts such as the wheels and tyres. It also has a working engine made largely from LEGO.

Is LEGO Technic compatible with normal LEGO?

Absolutely! Although LEGO Technic sets use different building styles and specialised pieces, these pieces are still completely compatible with regular LEGO. That means you have the freedom to create any number of unique structures – your imagination is the limit.

What is LEGO Duplo?

While many of the LEGO vehicles are for big kids (and kids at heart), LEGO Duplo caters to the other end of the spectrum. LEGO Duplo bricks are larger than regular LEGO bricks – twice the size, to be exact. They were made that way so the tiniest hands can easily grasp and manipulate them, and so they’re less likely to be swallowed by young children. The LEGO Duplo series was launched in 1969 and now includes many sets featuring houses, cars, trains, and figures. Some favourites include:

LEGO Duplo Mickey Racer

Combining 2 classics – LEGO and Mickey Mouse – the LEGO Duplo Mickey Racer set features a race car with spoiler, starting gate, and gas pump for racing adventures.

LEGO Duplo My First Cars and Trucks

This fun set helps little ones learn how to combine the colourful bricks and wheelbases to build a variety of vehicles.

LEGO Duplo Large Green Building Plate

A great example of the ingenious products available to augment your LEGO sets, this building plate allows children to anchor whatever they’re building for stability and extra fun.

What age is LEGO Duplo for?

LEGO Duplo is suitable for kids from 1 to 5 years of age.

Fun fact: LEGO Duplo bricks are entirely compatible with regular LEGO bricks; the 2 can be combined in a vast number of ways to create new structures.

What is LEGO Juniors?

A step forward from LEGO Duplo, the LEGO Juniors series is for kids 4 to 7 years old. Younger builders have rich imaginations and love telling stories and creating scenarios. LEGO Juniors includes many playsets with pieces that are easy and safe for small hands to manipulate. The sets are made up of individual parts that can be assembled separately, so that play can begin as soon as possible. The bricks for each part come in a numbered bag that makes it easy to find the right pieces. The possibilities are endless as children build confidence and skill putting together these fun sets. Foster your child’s creative thinking with sets such as:

LEGO Juniors Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Playground

This set takes your child on a journey to a winter wonderland with Disney princesses Anna and Elsa, complete with an ice palace, polar bear cub, snowball catapult, and 2 minifigures.

LEGO Juniors Road Repair Truck

The LEGO Juniors road crew is on the scene repairing the city streets. Park the truck and set up the barrier to stop traffic, then pour out the cement to fix the pothole. Once the cement is set, load up your tools and head off to the next job.

LEGO Juniors Mia’s Organic Food Market

Make a profit selling healthy and fresh fruits and veggies to the locals. Make smoothies using delicious organic ingredients and ring them up using the included cash register. Don’t let Twister eat all your carrots – there are many hungry customers to feed.

LEGO Juniors is a great series with many different playsets that not only help kids learn to build but also allows them to stretch their imaginations, and learn about many different jobs and activities.

What is LEGO Creator?

The LEGO vehicles mentioned above are all from the LEGO Creator series, which also includes many other sets designed to get the creative juices flowing for big kids aged 16 and up. Serious builders will love the challenge of constructing a model such as the LEGO Creator Expert Ferris Wheel. This massive set boasts over 2,400 pieces including 10 minifigures, an ice cream stall, a ticket kiosk, trees, and more. The amount of detail in the Ferris wheel itself is astounding, from the ramps and boarding platform to the 12 beautifully-coloured gondolas with doors that open and close.

There are also LEGO Creator sets available for younger builders. Kids 7 to 12 can enjoy sets such as LEGO Creator Adventure Vehicles.

What are the best LEGO Creator Sets to buy?

This set is unique in that its 3-in-one design means you can build 3 different vehicles including a helicopter, swamp air boat, and land rover. Some of the other popular LEGO Creator sets include:

LEGO Creator Tower Bridge

The Tower Bridge set is ideal for building and displaying. Players looking for a challenge will enjoy the advanced building techniques, rare elements and colours included in this 4,000+-piece set. Some notable details include a drawbridge that opens and closes, 4 miniature vehicles, a red double-decker bus, and other vehicles. Take the completed set apart in sections for easy transport.

LEGO Creator Parisian Restaurant

Indulge your extravagant side with the LEGO Creator Parisian Restaurant. Serve your guests in this beautiful restaurant featuring a detailed exterior, tiled kitchen, dining room, apartment, and much more. The bustling restaurant includes a considerable number of fantastic details, from the furnished apartment with fireplace to the hanging lanterns and flowers on the roof terrace where customers can enjoy alfresco-style dining. The set contains minifigures, kitchen utensils, food items to serve, printed menu and restaurant sign, and even a rat and a dumpster.

LEGO Creator Expert Winter Holiday Train

Here’s the perfect way to ring in the holiday season. The Winter Holiday Train features train cars, a track, and 5 minifigures. The festive green engine with red wheels, coal tender, flatbed wagon, and cosy caboose are just what you need to transport the gifts, toys, and holiday tree. Load up the goodies, make a stop to pick up your passengers, and rush to get the precious cargo delivered on time.

What is LEGO Boost Creative Toolbox?

Here’s a set that’s truly incredible. The LEGO Boost Creative Toolbox boosts your creativity with advanced technology. Kids 7 to 12 who love building with LEGO and engaging with technology will enjoy the fun and challenge of this set. They can download the free tablet app and then follow the instructions to build and code a moving and talking robot, a multi-tooled rover, a guitar with sound effects and pitch bend, a playful and interactive cat, or an auto builder that builds its own miniature LEGO models. The pieces are compatible with other LEGO construction sets, so strap on your imagination and get ready for some seriously creative building.

What are LEGO Minifigures?

Since the first minifigure was created in the 1970s, there have been enough minifigures made to fill 170 standard-size swimming pools. Worldwide, an astonishing 12 minifigures are produced every second. Minifigures give LEGO sets life and personality that add to the imaginative possibilities. Want to know more?

When was the first LEGO minifigure created?

It was the year 1978. The first minifigure was a smiling police officer included in LEGO Set 600 Police Car. The set was small and simple – the minifigure could not even sit inside the vehicle – but the set is a classic today nonetheless.

Check out these LEGO minifigure fun facts:

  • Without a hair piece or hat, a minifigure is exactly 4 LEGO bricks tall.
  • Female minifigures have 2 standard legs just like male minifigures – but it took many concept stages to reach this decision.
  • Minifigures are yellow to represent all ethnicities and races best.
  • Ever wondered why minifigures have those holes in their heads? It’s to prevent choking should they be swallowed by young children.
  • Some LEGO employees carry minifigures printed with their names in place of traditional business cards.
  • In 2007, to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Star Wars, LEGO produced 10,000 gold chrome C-3PO minifigures and two 14-carat gold ones.
  • To commemorate the 10th series of minifigures, LEGO once packaged 5,000 Mr. Gold minifigures in random cases for consumers to find.

Many people choose LEGO sets mainly for the minifigures they contain. Minifigures are important to players and collectors alike. That’s not surprising considering that, with 4 billion produced over the years, minifigures are the largest population on Earth.

What is LEGO City?

LEGO City is one of the many LEGO themes on the market, with a series of sets based on city life. These playsets are designed primarily for kids ages 5 to 12 and include models that depict emergency services such as fire and police, train, airport, civilian services, and construction. Kids can build, explore, and even find jobs – just like in real cities.

What is the best LEGO City Set?

The LEGO City series gives fun and excitement to players who love the thrill of the big city and want to be part of the action. Pick out your next set and become a hero.

LEGO City Sea Rescue Plane

This set allows kids to try their hand at a daring save in the Sea Rescue Plane, complete with an opening cockpit, spinning rotors, a raft, water scooter, and 2 minifigures (a sailor and a rescue plane pilot).

LEGO City Monster Truck

Start your engine and jump every obstacle that gets in your way. The Monster Truck is perfect for creating thrilling fantasies of racing around the stadium, hitting the gas as you head for the ramp. Hear the crowd cheer wildly.

LEGO City Heavy Cargo Transport

Load the helicopter onto the transporter and get going. Unload when you arrive, perform your pre-flight check, and take off. Deliver the supplies to the worksite and save the day.

What is LEGO Disney Princess?

LEGO makes numerous playsets based on your child’s favourite princesses – look for Belle, Rapunzel, Moana, and more. Nearly every little girl dreams of being a princess; the LEGO Disney Princess series gives them a chance to live out their dreams and hone their practical skills as they create whole new worlds to explore. Watch the movie and then construct the set; it’s gonna be a fun-filled day that will keep everyone fascinated by a Disney royalty.

What are the best LEGO Disney Princess Sets?

If you’re looking for the perfect LEGO set for a little princess, check out Elsa’s Market Adventure, Ariel’s Royal Celebration Boat or Cinderella’s Enchanted Evening.

What is the history of LEGO Elves?

LEGO Elves is a special series based on the magical story of a regular girl named Emily Jones. After living a completely normal life, Emily encounters an old amulet that transports her to Elvendale through a secret portal. She quickly makes 4 new elf friends who help her find the 4 long-lost keys that can return her safely home. However, the danger and adventure don’t end when she makes it back home. The evil elf witch Noctura has captured the Dragon Queen of Elvendale, and Emily and her elf friends must summon every bit of strength, courage, and ancient magic they can to rescue her. Unfortunately, Emily’s sister, Sophie Jones, becomes caught in the Goblin King’s evil plans, and the future of both worlds is at stake. The story is full of twists and turns, exciting themes, and collectable characters.

Look out for these amazing LEGO Elves sets:

LEGO Elves Noctura’s Tower and The Earth Fox Rescue

Help free Liska, the Guardian Earth Fox, from the mysterious Tower of Shadows. Look out for the spider web trap!

LEGO Elves The Goblin King’s Evil Dragon

Fly high with the Goblin King as he looks for crystals on his dragon. This set includes a Goblin King minifigure, the earth dragon Ashwing, Jimblin the goblin, Blubeary and Lil’ Blu.

LEGO Elves Magic Rescue from the Goblin Village

Help Farran and Azari search for Sophie and rescue the animals from Goblin Village. This set includes 2 animals, 3 goblins, and 2 minifigures along with a crystal workshop, cage-making workshop, and dungeon.

What is the LEGO Batman Movie about?

Batman is another favourite theme when it comes to fun LEGO sets. Its popularity grew by leaps and bounds in 2017 with the release of The LEGO Batman Movie.

The computer-animated movie is based on the LEGO Batman line of toys and the first spin-off of The LEGO Movie. In the film, Batman bravely attempts to overcome his biggest fear to thwart the Joker’s latest evil plan.

The LEGO Batman Movie is rated PG for some action and “rude humour,” but overall, it’s a very kid-friendly flick. The animated film brought in $312 million worldwide and received praise from critics who loved its musical score, vocal performances, and animation. Some fun facts include:

  • It contains the largest LEGO sets ever. In fact, if you re-created the sets using real LEGO bricks, the Batcave would measure about 8 km from end to end, and Gotham City would take up more than six football fields.
  • Everything in the movie works just like it would in real life. Just like in The LEGO Movie, the producers used only products that exist and only had them connect and move in the ways they really can.
  • Although Voldemort makes an appearance – and Ralph Fiennes, the actor, known for playing Voldemort in the Harry Potter films, is in the movie too – Fiennes does not voice Voldemort in the LEGO Batman Movie. The part is voiced instead by Eddie Izzard.

What are some fun LEGO sets from the LEGO Batman Movie?

In the same irreverent spirit of fun as The LEGO Movie, The LEGO Batman Movie has captured the hearts of audience young and old. Help the kids on your gift list create their own superhero adventures with some of these great products based on the movie:

LEGO Juniors The Joker Batcave Attack

Designed for kids aged 4 to 7, this set allows players to help protect the Batcave from the Joker. Launch Batdiscs at the Joker’s flame-shooting hot rod and try to capture him and toss him into the jail cell.

LEGO Batman Movie Robin Minifigure Clock

The toys based on the LEGO Batman Movie aren’t limited to traditional building sets. This cute clock lets you be on time to serve up justice. Set the alarm and press down on Robin’s head to “snooze.”

LEGO Batman Movie 8 Minifigure Display Case

Keep your favourite minifigures safe and displayed attractively against the Gotham City skyline. The stackable LEGO brick-style case holds up to 8 minifigures behind a clear viewing window. Display on a flat surface or mount on the wall – it’s up to you.

What are LEGO Jurassic World Games?

Jurassic World is a 2015 adventure movie and the 4th in the Jurassic Park series. The immensely popular film gave way to a range of LEGO products – most notably, the LEGO Jurassic World video game. The LEGO-themed game is available for a variety of platforms including Microsoft Windows, Nintendo 3DS, PlayStation 3, Wii U, Xbox 360, and more. It’s indeed one of an extensive series of LEGO-themed video games. There are also many LEGO playsets and minifigures based on the Jurassic World movie and the other movies in the series.

What is LEGO Minecraft?

If you or your children love Minecraft, then you’re probably aware of the elements that make it so popular. This Swedish sandbox video game gives players the freedom to build their own 3D worlds and then explore, gather resources, and engage in combat as they fight for survival. It’s the creative nature of Minecraft that makes it so well-loved, as players use their imagination and unlimited resources to create and build. It’s easy to see why Minecraft and LEGO are perfect partners. Today, many Minecraft-themed LEGO sets re-create scenes from the game and immerse players in a more hands-on version of the Minecraft world.

How much are LEGO Minecraft sets?

LEGO Minecraft sets range from about $19.99 and get more expensive, depending on their size and skill level.

Where do I buy LEGO Minecraft sets?

At Mr Toys, we sell a range of fun LEGO Minecraft sets for Minecraft lovers who enjoy hands-on fun. Be sure to check out:

  • The LEGO Minecraft Zombie Cave, which is suitable for ages 7 to 14 and includes everything needed to construct the bat-infested Zombie Cave, complete with furnace and ladder for $29.99.
  • The LEGO Minecraft Polar Igloo, another example of a LEGO Minecraft set for fans of both games. The Polar Igloo set includes excellent details such as a bed, redstone torch, furnace, and crafting table to use as you re-create this part of the Minecraft world and embark on your own LEGO adventure.

What is LEGO Architecture?

The LEGO Architecture series focuses on celebrating past, present, and future architectural accomplishments through the humble LEGO brick.

How to start building LEGO Architecture?

For ages 12 and up, this series includes models of famous landmarks and cities throughout the world, such as:

LEGO Architecture Sydney

Capture the splendour and structural essence of Sydney with this set featuring the iconic Sydney Opera House, Sydney Tower, Sydney Harbour Bridge, and Deutsche Bank Place in a stunning skyline setting.

LEGO Architecture New York City

Re-create the Chrysler Building, Empire State Building, Flatiron Building, One World Trade Center, and the Statue of Liberty in this rewarding building set.

LEGO Architecture London

Celebrate London’s architectural diversity with the National Gallery, London Eye, Big Ben, Nelson’s Column, and Tower Bridge – complete with an attractive decorative “London” nameplate. •

LEGO Architecture Chicago

Assemble the pieces in this set to create iconic Chicago landmarks, including the Willis Tower, Cloud Gate, John Hancock Center, DuSable Bridge, and more. This incredible model features true-to-life scale and colour and an authentic feel.

LEGO Architecture models come with collectable booklets containing information about the architecture, design, and history of the structures. All LEGO Architecture models are compatible with other LEGO building sets, so get the creative juices flowing and come up with some modern architecture of your own.

What is LEGO Ideas?

Here’s something truly inspiring – especially for creative types with big ideas. Formerly known as LEGO Cuusoo, LEGO Ideas is a program that gives fans just like you a chance to come up with your own idea for the next LEGO set. You can submit your idea or give feedback on the ideas of others. To enter an idea, create your model and take some great photos of it. Then, write up a description and submit. If you gather 10,000 supporters, your project will qualify for review.

If your idea enters the review phase, a board of marketing reps and set designers will evaluate your project according to specific criteria, giving your concept an excellent chance of becoming a real LEGO set. Here’s the best part: if your idea becomes an actual product sold by LEGO, you’ll be recognised as the creator of the product and earn a royalty on sales. That’s right – you’ll get paid for playing with toys.

For examples of LEGO Ideas products, check out the Women of NASA and Adventure Time sets. The next Idea that becomes a real playset could be yours.

What are LEGOLAND Amusement Parks?

LEGO is so much fun and so immensely popular that there are actual LEGO-themed amusement parks. The LEGOLAND theme parks are a family-friendly chain of amusement parks owned by The LEGO Group and Merlin Entertainments (a British theme park company).

The LEGOLAND Billund Resort in Denmark was the first to open in 1968. Others followed in the 1990s with parks in Japan, Germany, the United States, Malaysia, and the United Arab Emirates. More LEGOLAND Amusement Parks are in the works.

The parks attract families with younger children primarily; although there are roller coasters, there is a bigger focus on rides suitable for little ones. There’s a LEGO Miniland in each park, a model village that includes LEGO replicas of landmarks from around the world – all constructed from real LEGO bricks, of course. LEGOLAND parks are designed with education in mind, incorporating elements such as interactive water features, musical instruments, Duplo Gardens for small children, and LEGO Mindstorms centres for learning while having lots of fun.

The rides in the LEGOLAND parks are all LEGO-themed, and many are even designed to look like they’re made out of real LEGO bricks. In LEGOLAND California alone, there are over 30,000 LEGO models located throughout the park.

With an enormous range of playsets and accessories for people of all ages, LEGO is one of the greatest toys of our lifetime. Whether your goal is to foster your child’s imagination and practical skills or indulge your inner child, you can find the perfect LEGO set at Mr Toys Toyworld.

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