LEGO House celebrates 10 years of Collectible Minifigures

A new exhibition at the LEGO House celebrates a decade of Collectible Minifigures.

Ten years ago, the LEGO Group kicked off the craze for blind bag toys with Collectible Minifigures. Since then, there have been 19 regular series of the characters, five series tying into The LEGO Movie-verse and nine licensed series. To celebrate the milestone, the LEGO House in Billund, Denmark, is hosting a special exhibition.

After last year’s LEGO Star Wars minifigure exhibition to celebrate 20 years of the iconic theme, the characters from the galaxy far, far away have been removed and every single LEGO Collectible Minifigures minifigure has been dutifully lined up.

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The display can be found in the basement of the LEGO House, where classic sets are on display and the history of the LEGO brand is celebrated. The Home of the Brick reopened on January 31 with a new food option planned for later in 2020.

The latest batch of LEGO Collectible Minifigures is inspired by DC Comics, with heroic characters from across the publisher’s extensive back catalogue.

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