More details on rumoured LEGO Jurassic Park 2023 sets

Curb your expectations for LEGO Jurassic Park in 2023: the flagship 30th-anniversary set is no longer rumoured to be an 18+ model.

The LEGO Group is already confirmed to be among the companies celebrating the 30th anniversary of Steven Spielberg’s seminal Jurassic Park in 2023, and a list of five potential sets popped up online back in November. Topping that wave is 76961 Visitor Centre: Attack of the T. rex (which may not be its final name), a set said to retail for €119.99 in Europe – and originally thought to carry an 18+ tag.

That would potentially have positioned it as a model in the same vein as 76956 T. rex Breakout, complete with a brick-built dinosaur (and possibly following the same format as the LEGO Star Wars Diorama Collection, with a black base and quote tile). According to Promobricks, however, 76961 Visitor Centre: Attack of the T. rex will actually be a 12+ model, and contain just 693 pieces.

That’s a price-per-piece reflective of the massive moulded dinos the Jurassic World theme typically has to accommodate, and suggests the long-awaited visitor centre – which has been top of many fans’ lists since the LEGO Group bagged the Jurassic licence in 2015 – will contain at least a couple of dinosaurs. There’s the T. rex, obviously (it’s in the name!), but a couple of raptors feels like a safe bet too.

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The five LEGO Jurassic Park 30th anniversary sets will reportedly launch on June 1, 2023. Promobricks has also published piece counts for all five models through its latest Instagram story, which we’ve added into the table below. For now, take all this info with a grain of salt – although we do know that LEGO Jurassic Park sets of some kind are coming in 2023…

Every LEGO Jurassic Park set rumoured for 2023

LEGO setPricePiecesRelease date
76957 The Velociraptor Escape€34.99137June 2023
76958 The Dilophosaurus Ambush$19.99211June 2023
76959 The Search for the Triceratops€49.99281June 2023
76960 The Discovery of the Brachiosaurus€79.99512June 2023
76961 Visitor Centre: Attack of the T. rex€119.99693June 2023

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Chris Wharfe

I like to think of myself as a journalist first, LEGO fan second, but we all know that’s not really the case. Journalism does run through my veins, though, like some kind of weird literary blood – the sort that will no doubt one day lead to a stress-induced heart malfunction. It’s like smoking, only worse. Thankfully, I get to write about LEGO until then.

2 thoughts on “More details on rumoured LEGO Jurassic Park 2023 sets

  • 01/01/2023 at 15:54
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    .__ . Disappointed. based on what’s available in LEGO 75941 Jurassic World Indominus Rex vs. Ankylosaurus 534 pieces, I’m expecting very little actual visitor’s center.
    Lego, if your reading; fans want and will pay quite a bit for a complete Raptor Paddock, visitor’s center exterior and separately, the interior. And please finally make an Allosaurus!

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  • 31/12/2022 at 02:23
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    all sounds great but I’d love to see a second Jurassic world playstation game! have you any idea if that might happen?

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