Advanced LEGO® Sets For Adults – The Challenge Awaits

LEGO® Sets for Adults

Advanced Lego sets for Adults – The Challenge Awaits

It’s no surprise that we absolutely love LEGO®! Whether it’s a hobby, a therapeutic way to unwind or a holiday project; creating something out of LEGO® or simply just sorting out the small coloured bricks give us a sense of accomplishment and happiness. We’ve written all about how LEGO® benefits adults, no matter what age you are and what you do. Today we’ve round up a list of 6 of the most challenging LEGO® sets out there.

  1. Eiffel Tower (10181)

What we find tricky about this set – apart from the whopping 3428 pieces it consists of – is the fact that almost all the pieces are the same shade of grey. A great find for an architecture enthusiast, the LEGO® Eiffel Tower set makes for a great décor item in your home or office. This LEGO® version of the French iconic structure will stand at about a metre tall when assembled and is popular amongst collectors and AFOLs all over the world.

  1. Taj Mahal (10189)

Another one of those beautiful sets that come mostly in the same colours – the LEGO® Taj Mahal set is as just as stunning as the real-life structure. The epic 5922 piece set can be a tough yet enjoyable experience. Based on the 17th century iconic white-marble wonder of India, the LEGO® recreation model features the base, minarets, arches, stairs and plenty of details to thrill everyone. Be sure to clean the white pieces occasionally to maintain the structure’s elegance!

  1. Grand Carousel (10196)

A definite choice for all those young at heart – the LEGO® Grand Carousel is not readily available nowadays but remains a popular choice for collectors on the lookout. The beautiful merry-go-round not only actually spins, but plays playground music and features horses and mini-boats that move up and down. The Grand Carousel comes in 3263 pieces, with nine minifigures and lots of realistic textural details and colours.

  1. Tower Bridge (10214)

This set consists of 4287 pieces and is a replica of the London landmark. LEGO® Tower Bridge does not come with any minifigures, however does include an iconic double-decker bus, black taxi and other vehicles. The middle of the bridge also opens and closes just like the real-life suspension bridge!

  1. Sydney Opera House (10234)

A gorgeous design emulating the real-life structure in Sydney, Australia – this LEGO® recreation is one of the toughest on this list. A challenge to any architecture fan and a joy to display, this set consists of 2989 pieces, with the iconic roof ‘shells’ being the most recognisable of all. Be careful with this set, as the pieces are not easily replaceable if you lose one!

  1. Millennium Falcon – Ultimate Collector’s Edition (10179)

By now it should be no surprise to find a Star Wars model to be number one on this list! The LEGO® Millennium Falcon comes in over 5000 pieces, and is known to be on of the most challenging sets of all. Minifigures of Hans Solo, Princess Leia, Luke Skywalker, Chewbacca and Obi-Wan Kenobi are included in the set. The model is extremely detailed, paying full justice to the Star Wars technology, architecture and design.

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