Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom LEGO sets will be hitting stores in April. There will be sets across all of their various lines, including Duplo, Juniors, and regular sets. We have our first look at a couple of these today, and there will be more revealed in a couple weeks at New York Toy Fair.
10880 – LEGO® DUPLO® T. rex Tower – $29.99 | 22 pieces | Ages 2+
This new LEGO DUPLO set is suitable for builders, ages two and older. This easy-to-build dinosaur features large building bricks and is great for creating endless role-play stories! Toddlers and their parents can build this set together, which features a T. rex with opening jaw, revolving lookout tower, car and an Owen LEGO® DUPLO® figure.
10758 – LEGO® Juniors T. rex Breakout – $49.99 | 150 pieces | Ages 4+
Children as young as four can play along and build a posable T. rex, opening gate and a truck with Quick Start chassis. This LEGO Juniors set includes easier building instructions and quick start elements as well as three minifigures and a baby dinosaur figure.
75928 – LEGO® Jurassic World Blue's Helicopter Pursuit – $39.99 | 397 pieces | Ages 7+
Builders can unite Owen with his lead Velociraptor in this set designed for fans, ages seven and up. The set includes a quadbike, helicopter, featuring rotating blades and dual searchlights. The set also includes three minifigures: Owen, Wheatley and a pilot, plus Blue, the Velociraptor.
When the last Jurassic World film was out, I picked up a few of the sets, and they were really fun builds. Anytime I can get LEGO Dinosaurs for my daughter to play with is a win for me. All ages will be able to enjoy them this time, which they probably should have been doing for years now. As far as the regular set goes, it looks like an interesting build. Anytime you want to give me Raptor LEGO figures is okay with me. The helicopter looks great, and four mini-figs is a good deal as well.
These, along with other Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom sets, hit stores April 16th.