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New LEGO Jurassic Park Sets Let You Recreate OG Scenes


Hold onto your butts people, the dinosaurs have returned (well, not literally). LEGO has unveiled a whole new lineup of retro Jurassic Park buildable sets in honour of the 1993 film’s 30th anniversary, helping fans recreate and relive some of the iconic scenes. The Danish toy maker has come up with five new buildable playsets, each featuring different dinosaurs, vehicles, and characters from the original Jurassic Park film. The new sets include the Velociraptor Escape, Dilophosaurus Ambush, Brachiosaurus Discovery, Triceratops Research and Visitor Centre set. Each set is unique in its own way and differs both in layout and complexity.

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LEGO Velociraptor Escape Set | Image: LEGO

LEGO Velociraptor Escape Set | Image: LEGO

Comprising 137 pieces, the LEGO Jurassic Park Velociraptor Escape set is an entry-level set aimed at new and young builders, arriving with a Velociraptor figure, a buildable dinosaur pen that’s equipped with “breakout function and winch to lower food,” two mini-figures of Dr. Ellie Sattler and Robert Muldoon and an off-roader car. There’s even a feeding basket, a gate for the off-roader, a toy walkie-talkie, a tranquillizer, a hot dog, dinosaur poop, a dinosaur egg in a buildable nest and a fence with a breakout function.

LEGO Jurassic Park Dilophosaurus Ambush set | Image: LEGO

LEGO Jurassic Park Dilophosaurus Ambush set | Image: LEGO

The second set is the 211-piece LEGO Jurassic Park Dilophosaurus Ambush set. With an age rating of six and above, the set features a Dilophosaurus figure, a buildable Jurassic Park Jeep with a driver’s seat for the Dennis Nedry Minifigure, a small jungle build, “including an ‘East Dock’ sign for the Jeep to knock over like in the movie.” There’s even a Barbasol Can included here that Nedry used in the movie to smuggle dinosaur embryos from Jurassic Park. The set helps you recreate the scene when Nedry crashed his car and was attacked by a Dilophosaurus, however, here the fate of Nedry lies in your hands.

LEGO Jurassic Park Triceratops Research | Image: LEGO

LEGO Jurassic Park Triceratops Research | Image: LEGO

The LEGO Jurassic Park Triceratops Research is the third set in the new collection, featuring Minifigures of franchise fan favourites Jeff Goldblum’s Dr. Ian Malcolm and Dern’s Ellie. The set comes with an “authentically detailed” Jurassic Park Ford Explorer equipped with an onboard navigation system element “to track dinosaurs.” There’s obviously the star of the set the Triceratops and one big pile of buildable dinosaur poop with a toxic berry element inside to help you play out one of the most disgusting scenes from the movie.

LEGO Jurassic Park Brachiosaurus Discovery set | Image: LEGO

LEGO Jurassic Park Brachiosaurus Discovery set | Image: LEGO

The LEGO Jurassic Park Brachiosaurus Discovery set reimagines one of the unforgettable and ravishing scenes from the original film when Dr. Alan Grant first witnessed a Brachiosaurus causally munching away tree leaves, which left Dr. Grant, Dr. Sattler and the others in complete and utter awe. This 512-piece set comes with “the tallest Lego dinosaur to date,” three Minifigures Dr. Alan Grant, Dr. Ellie Sattler and John Hammond as well as a buildable toy Jeep Wrangler and a tree. As per the toy maker, “the tree has a viewing platform and detachable leaf elements to ‘feed’ to the Brachiosaurus, as Alan Grant did in the movie.”

LEGO Jurassic Park Visitor Center: T. rex and Raptor Attack set | Image: LEGO

LEGO Jurassic Park Visitor Center: T. rex and Raptor Attack set | Image: LEGO

The last set in the collection is the LEGO Jurassic Park Visitor Center: T. rex and Raptor Attack set, which also happens to be the most expensive among the lot. The set re-creates the closing fight of the original Jurassic Park, where a T. rex reminds those upstart velociraptors who were in charge when dinosaurs ruled the Earth. In fact, there’s a “When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth” banner, which will fall down with a trigger press, just like in the film. The set comprises 693 pieces and features T. rex and Velociraptor toy figures and a T. rex skeleton. This set also comes with six mini-figures of Dr. Sattler, Dr. Alan Grant, Dr. Wu, Ray Arnold, Lex, and Tim Murphy and the intricately designed visitor centre.

The will set you AUD$189.99 back and is currently available for pre-order via the official Lego store, with shipping to start from June 1, 2023. The company plans to make the other four sets available for purchase starting June 1, 2023.

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