The underwater sets have the National Geographic logo on the boxes and feature new sea creature moulds along with some returning classics. As for the aeroplane based sets, they might help fans recall the joys of air travel at a time when it is not an option for many.
Ocean Mini-Submarine (60263) playset. There’s a toy submarine with a bubble cockpit and inspection arms, a pirate treasure chest with gems and a cool hammerhead shark figure. In fact, this building kit has all kids need for imaginative underwater adventures.
This 4+ toy playset includes a simple printed building guide and a special Starter Brick element, so youngsters can take pride in constructing their own
Ocean Exploration Base (60265) playset. There’s lots of fun to be had exploring the coral-covered ocean or chilling out inside the base with its interchangeable living and research modules. And with a cool toy crane, docking submarine and underwater drone, plus shark and stingray figures and a 5 strong team of explorer minifigures, there’s plenty of excitement for kids to discover!
You’ll find easy to follow building instructions for this 5+
Ocean Exploration Ship (60266). This super-long ship not only floats on water, it has everything kids need for endless ocean exploration. There’s a shark cage, working crane, research submarine, helicopter and even a pirate shipwreck with hidden treasure! And with 8 explorer minifigures, including
Central Airport (60261) playset. Not only does it have a detailed terminal building, fuel tanker and baggage truck. Kids also get an awesome charter plane with room for the pilot and passenger minifigures! And with an organized ground crew to keep things running, children can enjoy inspiring air-travel adventures every day of the year.
This 4+ set includes a simple printed building guide and a special Starter Brick element to help youngsters experience the pride of constructing their own
Adventures TV series. There’s even room onboard for Poppy’s red convertible automobile! Kids also get a terminal building complete with luggage conveyor and control tower, plus an airport truck with a vehicle elevator.
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