LEGO Guggenheim Museum

Jun 13, 2017

Category: Entertainment

You don’t have to be a fan of architecture to know the Guggenheim Museum by sight. Now, thanks to LEGO, you don’t have to be in New York to visit it.

The project is the latest from the beloved LEGO Architecture series, and celebrates what would have been the 150th birthday of Frank Lloyd Wright. Made up of 744 pieces, this replica of the building on New York City’s Museum mile has been shrunk down to fit on your desk or bookshelf. The set includes not only the famous building, but a portion of 5th avenue with yellow taxi cabs for scale. Because no detail goes unnoticed by LEGO, the kit even includes the famous lettering applied to the side of the building. The set comes complete with both instructions, and a special booklet full of information on the history of the building. Whether you have a kid in your house who loves nothing more than drawing his own floor plans, or you are yourself a fan of the striking building – this set is an ideal grab.

Purchase: $80

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