LEGO Friends summer sets revealed in official images

Fans can now get a look at the new LEGO Friends sets that will be released this summer.

LEGO Friends sets were announced earlier this year, with Heartlake City, jungle and vacations offering subject matter for the summer 2020 range. Now, skivs has published images of the upcoming sets.

41425 Olivia’s Flower Garden is a 92 piece set.

LEGO Friends 41425 Olivias Flower Garden

41426 Heartlake City Park Café uses 224 elements, including Mia and Stephanie.

LEGO Friends 41426 Heartlake City Park Café

41427 Emma’s Fashion Shop is a place for Emma to sell her clothes and uses 343 bricks.

LEGO Friends 41427 Emmas Fashion Shop

41398 Stephanie’s House is a 4+ set madeup of 170 pieces.

LEGO Friends 41396 Stephanies House

41428 Beach House uses 444 elements.

LEGO Friends 41428 Beach House

41429 Heartlake City Airplane is a 574 piece set, giving the characters an opportunity to get to their jungle destination or the water park.

LEGO Friends 41429 Heartlake City Airplane

41430 Summer Fun Water Park is a 1,001 piece set depicting a holiday water park with three slides.

LEGO Friends 41430 Summer Fun Water Park

41421 Baby Elephant Jungle Rescue uses 221 pieces and includes the new baby elephant.

LEGO Friends 41421 Baby Elephant Jungle Rescue

41422 Panda Jungle Tree House is all about pandas, with a brick-built panda face on top of the tree house and three pandas included within the 265 piece set.

LEGO Friends 41422 Panda Jungle Tree House

41424 Jungle Rescue Base features a fun tree house concept and includes a number of animals, some of which are all-new – an elephant, a baby elephant, a sloth and a baby tiger.

LEGO Friends 41424 Jungle Rescue Base

The new LEGO NINJAGO, LEGO Jurassic World, LEGO Hidden Side, LEGO Marvel and LEGO DC Batman summer 2020 sets have also been revealed.

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