If you’re looking to add a new LEGO set to your collection, there are some fantastic options on the market. From ICONS Christmas sets to Creator Expert buildings, there’s something for everyone.
The latest LEGO set to catch our attention is the Architecture Statue of Liberty 21042, which lets builders recreate one of the most famous monuments in the world in a detailed and realistic way. This isn’t an easy build and will be a challenge for older builders, but it’s well worth the effort.
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One of the most fun things to do with your LEGO collection is to create a collection of themed sets that complement each other. The best part is that you won’t have to worry about the budget as there are plenty of good quality deals on sale from the likes of Lego, Disney, NECA and more besides. It’s no surprise that the latest and greatest LEGO releases are a popular topic of conversation among the cognoscenti. If you’re in the market for a new toy, a new addition to your office swag bucket list or just want to treat your family to a LEGO-themed night on the town, here’s what you need to know about the best places to shop, play and dine this holiday season.
ELF Club House
If you’re looking for a way to get your Christmas blood pumping, look no further than the latest LEGO set. Designed by fan-turned-LEGO designer Chris McVeigh, the ELF Club House is the perfect place to ramp up your Christmas spirit and get in the mood for all of your favorite holiday traditions.
A new reindeer piece and cute elves are two of the highlights in this build that is also part of the Winter Village Collection. This is a great way to add a little more pizazz to your collection without breaking the bank.
This is a great Christmas set for any LEGO lover who likes clever design and detailed scenes. It’s a perfect companion to 10245 Santa’s Workshop and makes a great gift for the LEGO fan in your life.
As the latest addition to the LEGO Creator Expert theme, this is a set that takes playtime to new heights. With a large number of pieces, it is an incredibly complex build and is something that you could easily spend a lot of time on if you wanted to.
Unleash the Ultimate Ghostbusters Experience with the Accurate ECTO-1 Model
But if you do, you’ll be rewarded with a finished model that looks incredible and is completely accurate to the vehicle featured in Ghostbusters: Afterlife. It even has a moving ghost sniffer, an extendable rear gunner seat and a plethora of paranormal detection equipment on its detailed roof rack.
ECTO-1 is a model that should appeal to all Ghostbusters fans, regardless of their age. The fact that it is fully functional, looks great and has a whole host of exciting elements to activate makes it a must-have for any fan!
If you’re a big fan of architecture, or if you’re interested in history and the Roman Empire, this latest LEGO set will be right up your street. Its 9,036 pieces are the largest LEGO set ever (as at November 2020) and will provide hours of fun for any adult who loves building sets.
10276 Colosseum is one of the most impressive Creator Expert sets to date, faithfully recreating a world-famous Roman landmark. Designed by the LEGO Architecture team, it features extraordinary detail.
Bird of Paradise
Bird of Paradise takes playtime to New Height with its travel-themed cocktail bar. With a creative spin to deliver a drinking experience that transports you, it’s hard to find a better place to take your time.
Based on the young adult novel Bright Burning Stars, the film follows two aspiring ballerinas (Diana Silvers and Kristine Froseth) at a Paris ballet school. They don’t have a lot of experience, but when their dance partner dies they’re determined to win a prize.
Bring a Touch of Paradise Indoors with Low-Maintenance Bird of Paradise Plants
They’re hardy plants that can grow in warm climates but are also very easy to grow indoors. Unlike other houseplants, Bird of Paradise doesn’t need a lot of water. They can be watered when the soil is extra dry, which might be once every 2 or 3 weeks in the winter or once every week in the summer.