This is something we know already LEGO FriendsIn 2023, the LEGO Shop will softly relaunch. LEGO Shop revealed next-year’s sets. Just a month ago the LEGO Shop announced the sets. On January 1, 20 sets will go on sale. If we’re going by the set numbers, there might be a lot more LEGO Friends sets as there’s lots of gaps between them.
Donut Shop (411723) – 63 pieces/$9.99
Little baking fans aged 4 and up will love creating stories with the LEGO® Friends Donut Shop 41723 building set. Leo is an artist and Leo is a fan of baking. With this imaginative toy, kids can learn to build together and create with Leo. Liann’s optimism and enthusiasm make her a great friend to Leo, who has just moved to the city. The accessories include a bowl and cup with 3 donuts, juice and money. There are also 2 chairs and a table for children that allows them to have fun while creating delicious food.
Paisley’s House (41724) – 185 pieces/$39.99
Kids aged 8 and up can play out exciting stories with this brilliantly detailed LEGO® Creator 3in1 Birdhouse (31143) building set. The birdhouse opens from the top and allows five colourful, posable animals to perch on its perches.
41726) Holiday Camping Trip – 87 pieces/$19.99
Introduce kids aged 4+ to the fun of camping with this LEGO® Friends Holiday Camping Trip (41726) set. Young builders can help Aliya, a cityTo drive the camper/car to the ideal spot in Heartlake, Autumn and girl City Forest. The removable roof lets kids explore the camper van’s interior and the set comes with lots of accessories. You can let your children pretend that you are a rare butterfly photographer and roast marshmallows by the campfire.
Dog Rescue Center (41727) – 617 pieces/$59.99
Little dog lovers aged 7 and up will have lots of fun creating their own pup-inspired tales with this LEGO® Friends Dog Rescue Center (41727) toy. The set contains everything that children will need to take care of the animals who are looking for a new home. Animal lover Autumn knows her friend Zac adores dogs too, so she’s kindly invited him along. The dogs will be loved by children who can help to care for them. Children will enjoy the many play spaces, which include a slide or exercise area. The modular design makes it easy for children to organize the reception and kennels in order to make their rescue centre.
Heartlake Downtown Diner (411728) – 346 pieces/$29.99
Kids aged 6 and up can role-play lots of restaurant stories with this LEGO® Friends Heartlake Downtown Diner (41728) building toy set. With lots of accessories, they can even pretend to serve sandwiches or be customers in the diner. There is an outside seating area, drive-through, and arcade. The jukebox is portable. Children can use the fridge to prepare their own meals. Additional accessories include money and 2 beverages, three slices of bread for sandwiches, napkin holders, and trashcans. There’s also a mischievous cat who loves to visit the diner!
Organic Grocery Store (411729) – 830 pieces/$89.99
Inspire creative role play at the grocery store for kids aged 8+ with this LEGO® Friends Organic Grocery Store (41729) set. It’s packed with toy grocery store accessories that kids can use to explore the characters’ interests. Autumn loves the organic market and is passionately concerned about the environment. Leo is her best friend and loves to cook, as well as being passionate about the environment. Children will be delighted to see features of real grocery stores such as sliding doors, shopping carts and recycling banks. Set includes four mini dolls, as well as a younger sister Alba and Churro (the cat characters).
Autumn’s House (41730) – 853 pieces/$69.99
Discover a house filled with friendship for ages 7+ with this LEGO® Friends Autumn’s House (41730). Meet Autumn, a kindhearted lady who will make you smile. She’s invited her friends Leo and Aliya over and has activities planned for everyone. Leo can pick apples and make a pie with her help. Aliya can also take care of the foal with young animal lovers. The house has lots of rooms to explore, including a kitchen, cozy living room, dining area, bathroom and Autumn’s nature-inspired bedroom. Friends can use the balcony to see birds from the house’s outdoor spaces.
Heartlake International School (41731) – 985 pieces/$99.99
Kids aged 8+ can discover lots of new classes and cultures with the LEGO® Friends Heartlake International School (41731) set. The set includes accessories that can be used to enhance lessons. Modular design allows students the freedom to arrange school in their preferred way. There’s a cafeteria, science class, entrance with lockers, art room, media room and bathroom. Outside, there’s a basketball net plus a skateboard and bike with helmets. Whether they’re caring for Bunsen the class hamster, getting creative in the art room or playing outdoors, there’s always something new for kids to try.
Downtown Flower and Design Stores (41732) – 2,010 pieces/$159.99
The project is a great way for young builders to be creative. Kids aged 12 and up can nurture their design skills as they build and customize this LEGO® Friends Downtown Flower and Design Stores (41732) set. You can divide the modular building into three pieces so kids can put it together in different ways. They’ll love building all the details of the LEGO Friends florist store, furniture store and Adi’s apartment – each with its own architectural style. Then they can get creative in choosing furniture for the empty apartments. There are 9 characters to choose from, along with 2 pets. Many accessories can be combined to make many stories.
Mobile Bubble Tea Shop (41733) – 109 pieces/$9.99
Creative kids aged 6 and up can have fun with this LEGO® Friends Mobile Bubble Tea Shop (41733). An electric scooter pretend is included with the mobile bubble tea cart. Open the roof and you will find the inside, where your kids can enjoy making their bubble tea recipes with Matilde (their gaming friends) Nova has thousands of followers online, but she can be shy – so she’s super happy to have found a friend in fellow gamer Matilde. Accessories for creativity include whipped cream, two bottles of bubble tea, and the ability to mix and stir ingredients. There’s also a small cash register plus a table and a mascot with a menu card.
Mobile Tiny House (41735) – 785 pieces/$69.99
Creative adventures are easy to build with this LEGO® Friends Mobile Tiny House (41735) set for kids aged 7+. You can also use the car to transport the tiny house. The house opens to reveal the bathroom, kitchen and bedrooms and comes with accessories – including a toy campfire – for kids to play out their own camping stories. The characters will be fun to meet and learn about as children as their interests. Leo has brought homemade snacks and Liann can’t wait to sketch everyone’s pets in thebeautiful forest. Paisley took her bunny along on this trip. Paisley hopes to write song lyrics in this inspiring environment.
Dog Rescue Bike (41738) – 125 pieces/$9.99
Pet-loving kids aged 6 and up can enjoy endless role-play adventures with this LEGO® Friends Dog Rescue Bike (41738) building toy set. You can also search Heartlake CityVictoria will join Aliya, the leader of the Scouts, and Victoria to search for the missing puppy. Kids will enjoy the fun pawmark clues as well as dog poop. The cool toys also include a rescue bike for dogs and a trailer. You can open it from both the front and the back. It also features a park scene with a bench and bush, as well as a doggie bed which opens up to show the missing puppy.
Liann’s Room (41739) – 204 pieces/$19.99
Art-loving kids aged 6+ have lots to discover in this LEGO® Friends Liann’s Room (41739) building toy set with its art desk, window nook and hidden bed. They’ll love exploring the friendship between energetic Liann and easygoing Autumn. Imaginative play is easy as kids pretend to paint a picture of Liann’s pet gecko, Popcorn. Many accessories are included to help encourage creativity like paint tubes, easels or palettes. There are also cups, askateboards and comic books, along with a pencil and pen and a Terrarium for Popcorn the Gecko.
Aliya’s Room (41740) – 209 pieces/$19.99
Kids aged 6+ can create their own fun stories with this LEGO® Friends Aliya’s Room (41740) building set. There’s lots to explore as Paisley and Aliya write stories together before their sleepover. The room reflects Aliya’s studious nature with accessories including school papers, a swivel chair, laptop, book, lamp and a trophy. Aliya found F-graded schoolpaper under her pile of A graded grades. It will be a delight for the kids. Paisley might be able to help Aliya not become so difficult on herself. When it’s time to relax, there’s a big screen for movies and dog toy accessories for playtimes with Aliya’s puppy.
Dog Rescue Van (41741) – 300 pieces/$29.99
Pet lovers 6+ years old will enjoy caring for this cute dog. The LEGO® Friends Dog Rescue Van (41741) building toy set is made for storytelling. Kids can make the pup’s head stick out of the cardboard box as Nova passes by and then pretend to call the rescue center. Pickle’s mobile rescue center is revealed when the truck’s roof lifts off. Pickle is also available with tools such as a toothbrush, soap, and a toilet paper roll. Pickle may also be equipped with wheels that assist her in walking. Kids will love changing Nova’s sad expression to a happy one as she cares for Pickle.
Cat Hotel (41742) – 445 pieces/$29.99
Cat-loving kids will enjoy exploring this LEGO® Friends Cat Hotel (41742) building toy. Created for ages 6 and up, it’s packed with opportunities for storytelling and includes 2 mini-dolls and 3 cat characters. Olly’s cat can be settled into the hotel by his children. The hotel has 3 bedrooms, couches and even a tree for cats. Creative Olly made accessories such as crowns and bows. The exterior is just as much fun – with a cat-themed sign, a tree to climb, a door for the humans and a small door for the cats. Accessories include toys and cat food, litter boxes, toys for children, as well as toys to help them care for their cats.
Hair Salon (41743) – 401 pieces/$39.99
Kids aged 6 and up will love exploring the LEGO® Friends Hair Salon (41743) with Paisley and Olly. This set tells the story of shy Paisley, who is worried about getting her hair cut because she doesn’t know what style will suit her. Olly is her friend and kind of a helper. Kids can act out the adventure as the friends head to Nadia’s hair salon to create Paisley’s new look. There’s lots to discover, with washing and styling areas inside the salon and a gumball machine, scooter parking area and a bench outside. Paisley will allow children to change her hairpiece or facial expressions.
Skate Park (41751) – 431 pieces/$49.99
Inspire kids’ creativity and appeal to their sense of adventure with this LEGO® Friends Skate Park (41751) for ages 6 and up. They’ll love meeting the characters and seeing the different ways each one challenges themself at the skate park. To perform some cool tricks, children can also use the ramps or rails. Then they can continue the story with a visit to the park building where there’s a workshop for fixing wheels. There’s an elevator to take the characters to the chill-out area where they can relax. The cool toys can also be used by children to demonstrate how friendship can help them feel confident to try new things.
Leo’s Room (41754) – 203 pieces/$19.99
Whether they love baking, creative play or both, kids aged 6+ have lots to discover in this LEGO® Friends Leo’s Room (41754) building toy set. Leo created a recording studio in his bedroom to produce content for his baking channel. Leo and Olly will have lots of fun together with their creative endeavors. Olly, who is an expert at videomaking, is the ideal companion for Leo. Many accessories and features are available to support role-playing, including a camera, cat toy, cookbook and cat toy. Once filming is completed, children can unlock the balcony doors so that their friends can enjoy the ocean views from the bedroom.
Nova’s Room (41755) – 179 pieces/$19.99
Kids aged 6+ have lots to discover in this LEGO® Friends Nova’s Room (41755) building toy set. Zac didn’t think he had much in common with Nova until he discovered that she loves gaming – just like him! Their friendship can be built while they are playing together. Bedrooms are a wonderful place to let your kids explore. There’s a gaming PC with keyboard and neon fans, plus a gaming chair and microphone. Pickle the rescue dog can be taken care of by children. There’s a workbench where Nova repairs Pickle’s wheels, plus a ramp to help him get onto the bed. Kids will love spotting extra details (like the hidden poster) that reveal Nova’s other interests.
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