LEGO LEGOLAND 40429 NINJAGO World set revealed

A new LEGOLAND exclusive set, 40429 NINJAGO World, has been reveaed as part of this year’s range.

For the past few years, a series of exclusive LEGO sets have depicted LEGOLAND at minifigure scale. A brand new release in the series has been revealed – 40429 NINJAGO World – based on the popular new land that opened at theme parks around the world.

Using 435 pieces, the set builds some of the key icons from NINJAGO World. The set has been revealed at the LEGOLAND Windsor Resort shopping website, priced at £34.99. Pre-orders are open ready for its release on June 18.

Here is the official product description:

Inspire kids to build their own replica version of the LEGOLAND NINJAGO World ride. It’s packed with amazing details just like the real thing. Check out the entrance façade, roller-coaster with cool shooter function and screens with sticker detail for target practice. Only available at LEGOLAND. The set includes a LEGOLAND park map accessory and 4 minifigures for role play fun. Minifigures include a LEGOLAND employee, a mom, boy with a unique NINJAGO hoodie and a girl with face decoration.

• Give kids a great way to remember their day at LEGOLAND as they build their favorite NINJAGO World ride. Combine with the LEGOLAND Park building kit 40346 (available separately) to expand their LEGOLAND play.

• With 435 pieces, kids aged 7 and up can enjoy building the model, then use the 4 fun minifigures to recreate the excitement of the real-life ride.

• The main building measures over 6.7” (17cm) high. Set includes 4 minifigures with LEGOLAND employee, mom, boy with a unique NINJAGO hoodie and a girl with face decoration, perfect for creative play.

It has been an exciting few days for product releases, with 51515 Robot Inventor and 43179 Mickey Mouse & Minnie Mouse Buildable Characters.

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