LEGO: These new sets are great for Star Wars and Jurassic Park.

LEGO enthusiasts know we have many amazing sets in our pipeline. Every LEGO builder will find a new set, whether it’s Star Wars or Jurassic Park, or Harry Potter and Horizon Forbidden West. Here’s a look at some new sets that are now available for pre-order, or will be available in the coming months. Of course with over 70 sets heading our way, we won’t be able to get them all in here so you can check out all the new LEGO magic at LEGO.com

Star Wars LEGO Sets

Boba Fett’s Throne Room ($99.99)

The hit series DIsney+ is now available. Boba Fett’s Book is set #75326 Boba Fett’s Throne room. This LEGO set has seven minifigures. The minifigures are Boba Fett (Fennec Shand), Bib Fortuna and Bib Fortuna. You will also find many accessories, hidden compartments and other items in this set. Boba Fett’s Throne Room is Pre-orders are now possible and shipping in March. 

The Mandalorian’s N-1 Starfighter ($59.99)

LEGO STAR WARS

Also from The Book of Boba Fett comes The Mandalorian’s new ride, the N-1 Starfighter. The 412-piece set contains Grogu and The Mandalorian, as well as Peli Motto (without Jawa Dates) and a BD Droid. Once built you will want to take this ship through Beggar’s Canyon for a test flight. The Mandalorian’s N-1 Starfighter #75325 is available starting June 1, 2022.

Dark Trooper Attack ($29.99)

Star Wars LEGO Dark Trooper

Enjoy one of the best Star Wars moments. Dark Trooper Attack #75324 was taken from The Mandalorian. This set features Luke Skywalker as well as three Dark Troopers. This set is available for purchase. Available March 1, 2019, 2022.

Jurassic Park

T. Rex Breakout (99.99)

Whatever you do, don’t move! Relive the moments when Ian Malcolm, Alan Grant and their children were accosted by the T. Rex. This set of 1212 pieces includes one-quarter Ford Explorers, the blown electrical fence and T. Rex. Also included are minifigures from Lex Murphy, Ian Malcolm, and Tim Murphy. So make sure to watch the glass of water and don’t run, it won’t do you any good. The LEGO Jurassic Park set is available for purchase. Available April 17, 2009.

LEGO Harry Potter Sets

Hogwarts Magical Trunk (59.99).

LEGO HARRY POTTER

This LEGO Set for Hogwarts Magical Trunk will let you create your own magical trunk. The 603-piece LEGO set includes three movie classics: the Sorting Ceremony and the Great Hall feast. The set lets you customize movie scenes. You can even create up to five new characters. Also available: The Hogwarts Magical Trunk #76399 Available March 1, 2019.

Hogwarts Hospital Wing (49.99)

LEGO HARRY POTTER

Hogwarts Hospital Wing #76398, a new LEGO set, allows you to make magic and treat injuries or time travel. The 510-piece set includes four miniaturefigures: Harry Potter (Hermione Granger), Ron Weasley and Madam Pomfrey. You will also find many accessories to enhance your magic and healing skills. To create an entire Hogwarts Castle, this set can be combined with other sets from the series. Hogwarts Hospital Wing: Available March 1, 2019.

LEGO Horizon Forbidden West

Horizon Forbidden West: Tallneck ($79.99)

This LEGO set is for you if you’re a hammer. Horizon Forbidden West now allows you to build the famous Tallneck machine. The 1222-piece set reveals all details about the Communications Class machine. It is displayed next to a Horizon brick-built. Also included is a minifigure Aloy (the Horizon character) and a Watcher. It will come with a Watcher and a minifigure of Aloy. On May 1st.

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Source: LEGO.com

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