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To encourage imagination, fun, and learning, Lego produces dozens of unique Lego sets. There is something for every child: Star Wars fans will find dozens of projects inspired by the starships and characters of the movies.
Over the holidays, my niece got a larger Friends LEGO set and I helped her put it together (it had around 1200 pieces!). I was once again bitten by the LEGO bug. I hadn’t played with LEGO’s for nearly 20 years but now I had to! I looked around LEGO’s website to see what kinds of sets were available – I had seen all the movie sets and what not already in the stores, but wanted something more interesting… Saw these Creator sets and I just had to have them. I ended up getting the 4 that are currently available (Town Hall, Pet Shop, Fire Brigade & Grand Emporium). Too bad the other 2/3 are valued so highly and cost around $1000 each (too rich for my pockets!) but I am looking forward to the Chinese Theatre that will be coming out sometime this year. I wish they made more than 1 of these each year! This set took me about 5-6 hours to complete and it is magnificent! I did a time lapse photo shoot of it as well (which may have increased my build time a little). I’ve completed 3 out the 4 sets I’ve purchased and they are some of the best looking sets I’ve seen and truly had a blast putting them together. One the best parts about these buildings is that they are designed to be connected together to make a street out of them. Can’t wait to get more LEGO sets to build in the future.
I ordered this set for my son. He has a Lego obsession and was begging to add this to his collection. It took him a good five hours to put this together. The difficulty level for this set in my opinion falls at an intermediate level because of the size and the intricacies of the ship. The set comes in several bags for the ease of keeping parts separate. another home run by Lego. I would not recommend this for any aspiring builders younger than 5 though due to the sheer amount of pieces and length of time it takes to put together (unless Mom or Dad enjoys revisiting their childhood too!).
Surprising, almost two years since I originally write this post, Amazon.com still have sellers listing complete Harry Potter Lego sets. Some are still quite expensive, but others look more reasonable once you’ve done your research and seen the much more expensive and complicated options out there. There are little stocking stuffers like the bagged Harry Potter in the Lab figure that are reasonably affordable, and larger sets like some of the Hogwarts sets (beware, there are several that up the complete castle) and others with many unique and iconic pieces (such as the Quidditch Match set) easily available.
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So this was my first real “big boy” LEGO set. I plunked down $200 on LEGO. I didn’t even tell my wife how much this thing cost because I knew she’d look at me like I was crazy (but also love the set once built). I had no idea what I was getting myself into.
Stand angled for Lego Star Wars 75094 Tydirium. Display stand 3D for Lego 75105/7965 Millennium Falcon (Star Wars). Display stand 3D slots for Lego 75101 Tie Fighter (Star Wars). Display stand 3D slots for Lego 75154 Tie Striker (Star Wars).
Lego helpfully make all of their instruction sheets downloadable for free from Lego.com. (This doesn’t stop people on eBay trying to sell the instruction booklets for a  good price, however. Buyer beware!)  If you have a good supply of Lego bricks already, you could start by downloading the plans of a coveted Harry Potter set, and see how many of the pieces you already have. Probably most of them, but the colors might not be exact. But here’s the thing: don’t get caught up with being exact. Kids don’t let a desire for 100% accuracy get in the way of play. One of my daughter’s friends saw the multi-colored Hogwarts we built and exclaimed “A rainbow castle! How cool!” That reminded me kids aren’t as uptight as adults about collecting or having things perfect.
We bought these for the little boy my daughter babysits, for a 5th birthday gift. He LOVES it! His mom reports that he put it together by himself just following the directions, and loves playing with it.
Returning to our original question: Will 10232 Palace Cinema the next LEGO modular building retire this year? The answer is more than likely yes. This set was first released in March 2013. This is the oldest Modular Building set that still available in the market. The typical lifespan on these sets is around 4 years, with some exceptions, and any set that over four years old is always at risk of retirement. So this won’t be a surprise that 10232 Palace Cinema is the next set to be retired at the end of this year or early 2018.
LEGO City: LEGO City sets feature community workers and helpers with fun LEGO City buildings and vehicles. You can use these sets to create a LEGO City scene. There are LEGO City sets with police officers and bad guys to catch. Or take your police on the go with a mobile police unit. Airport sets feature airplanes and helicopters. The Fire Department LEGO City set has a fire truck and fire helicopter. Sets to complete your LEGO City include a bus station, cargo truck, and a train.

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