LEGO 10276 Colosseum launches today

Fans can now order the largest ever LEGO set, LEGO 10276 Colosseum and add it to their collection.

With an unbelievable 9,036 pieces, 10276 Colosseum, is available to buy now at LEGO.com. The enormous model offers a detailed build for adult fans who want a replica of the landmark to display. Its dimensions are 27cm high, 52cm wide and 59cm deep, with a retail price of £449.99 / €499.99 EUR / $549.99 USD.

LEGO Creator Expert 10276 Colosseum review

Those buying the set during the Black Friday promotional weekend will get:

  • Free LEGO Roman Chariot set, only available with 10276 (while stocks last)
  • Free 40410 Charles Dickens Tribute set (while stocks last)
  • A chance to win 1,000,000 VIP points worth £6,250
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Here is the LEGO Group’s official product description:

Nowhere on Earth compares to the majesty of the Colosseum of Rome. So, get ready to escape your everyday life as you take on the biggest ever LEGO build (as at November 2020) yet. This epic 9,036-piece Colosseum model depicts each part of the famous structure in great detail. Authentic detailing shows the northern part of the outer wall’s facade and its iconic arches. The model features 3 storeys, adorned with columns of the Doric, Ionic and Corinthian orders while the attic is decorated with Corinthian pilasters.

The LEGO Colosseum (10276) rests on an oval display base so the model can be seen from every aspect. It’s one of the biggest LEGO models ever but can easily be picked up, allowing you to look through the arches from all angles.

The Colosseum is part of a collection of LEGO models for adults who love beautiful architecture and thoughtful design. It also makes a great gift for architecture enthusiasts and LEGO lovers.

LEGO.com’s Black Friday event kicks off today and runs through Monday, November 30. To stay up to date on all the LEGO Black Friday offers for 2020, head to our dedicated shopping pages:

Black Friday UK
Black Friday USA

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Graham

Graham was the BrickFanatics.com Editor up until November 2020. He has plenty of experience working on LEGO related projects. He has contributed to various websites and publications on topics including niche hobbies, the toy industry and education. Follw Graham on Twitter @grahamh100.

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