LEGO Big Ben Set

May 20, 2016

Category: Entertainment

Be the architect you’ve always wanted to be thanks to Lego’s newest addition to its Creator series. Aimed at the 16 & up crowd, this 4,000+ piece set allows fans to spend some quality time assembling one of England’s most recognized landmarks: Big Ben. What’s not to get excited about?

The design pays tribute to England’s 19th century Gothic Revival architecture. When fully assembled not only is the clock tower brought to life but the adjoining Palace of Westminster and Elizabeth Tower as well. Fans will be amazed by the detail in the facade with statues, shields, and windows, along with the clock tower itself with four adjustable clock dials and removable rooftop. Exterior fixtures include a sidewalk, lawn, and a tree that depicts the building’s location. Fully assembled, Big Ben measures over 23-inches tall and is available for purchase starting July 1 of this year, so be sure to mark your calendar whether you’re a history buff or Lego collector or both. [Purchase]

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