LEGO NINJAGO 71741 The Gardens of NINJAGO City rumoured

A new huge, modular LEGO NINJAGO set is rumoured to be on the way next year – 71741 The Gardens of NINJAGO City.

While The LEGO NINJAGO Movie didn’t bring in the box office revenue, it did provide the opportunity for an incredible range of high quality LEGO sets. The best of the best was 70620 NINJAGO City, a set that used its almost 5,000 pieces to offer an incredibly detailed building experience – it is now retired, but a copy is up for auction this week. The set was followed up with 70657 NINJAGO City Docks, a set that expanded the scene.

According to Promobricks, a new set will continue the series next year – 71741 The Gardens of NINJAGO City. Made up of between 3,000 and 4,000 parts, it will include around 20 minifigures and be priced at €299.99. The release date is expected to spring 2021.

The website provides a description of what the set will include. Like the previous two sets, part of the baseplates will be covered with water. As for structures, there will be a pagoda, small bridge and – as the title suggests – a garden. Two five storey towers will sit alongside it, with one featuring a cherry tree on top.

It’s a surprising bit of news, but if the set lives up to the standard set by 70620 fans will be delighted. Other rumoured sets on the way include Looney Tunes Collectible Minifigures, 10276 Colosseum and 10275 Elf Clubhouse. LEGO.com confirmed 75978 Diagon Alley as being on the way soon, too.

Rumoured information should be treated as such until official confirmation comes from the LEGO Group.

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