LEGO Creator 31067 Modular Poolside Holiday review

As part of a new modular take on the Creator house concept, 31067 represented a holiday themed entry in the new LEGO series

Price: £19.99 / $29.99 / €24.99  Pieces: 356 Available: Now

Aimed at the younger LEGO fan, 31067 Modular Poolside Holiday set can be built as the three different main builds in the instruction book, but thanks to a modular design, the different sections can be rearranged and transformed into countless other buildings. It gives the set great play-ability, and what’s more it is part of a series with 31069 Modular Family Villa and 31068 Modular Modern Home. This is the first time I have built or reviewed this type of modular 3 in 1 set, it turned out to be pleasure and great fun.

Picture 2Poolside Holiday

The first build I attempted was the main build as pictured on the box front, ‘Poolside Holiday‘. This build uses the most pieces and is the best of the three, with lots of great little details. The build itself was easy enough with no fiddly sections. By using a central structure as it’s core, smaller modules are added to create this holiday scene. There’s a pool with a diving board and rubber duck ring, table tennis table and a roof top grill with chicken leg slowly cooking. Inside the house there’s a sofa, flat screen TV and a red guitar with amp.

Two minifigures are included, these aren’t unique to this set but sport popular torsos and come along with a standard green skateboard.

picture3Skate Park Holiday

The second build of the three is ‘Skate Park Holiday’. The core, as with all the models, stays the same but this time a skate ramp with grind rail is the main modular piece. There’s also a duck pond with resident duck.

Inside things are a little more basic – the TV stays but in a different format, and a plant, table and stool are the new additions. On the roof there is a new seating area and the second minifigure gets a brick built camera.

5-DSC_3840Music Garage Holiday

The third and final build provided by 31607 is ‘Music Garage Holiday’, which uses the least number of part, but is still a fun and satisfying build. We are really rocking out with a large amp in the garden and two brick built guitars. Up top there is what seems to be a lemon tree, along with a loft room with a skylight window.


This is a great set which I really enjoyed building – it has great play-ability with some cool features. It also can be added to the the other two sets from the wave, 31069 Modular Family Villa and 31068 Modular Modern Home to create a ‘super build’, which would look amazing in any LEGO City.

This set was provided for review by the LEGO Group.

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Hi I’m Nick also known as Minifignick I love anything and everything about Lego As I child I collected the Space theme, which at the age of 11 I stupidly sold the lot to fund “more grown up things” whatever they were I can’t remember. That then was the start of my “dark age” which lasted up until a visit to Legoland with my then 5 year old son. 9 years later I’m still loving the brick and create anything from medieval banqueting halls to 1950’s Record Stores.

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