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LEGO Friends Olivia's Tree House 3065

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  • Includes Olivia mini-doll figure and features the tree house pet cat Maxie, 4 ladybirds, a bird Goldie with birdhouse, 4 butterflies, hidden compartment and folding ladders
  • Decorate Olivia's Tree House with butterflies and wildflowers then rebuild and create new places to play
  • Accessories include telescope, milk carton, food dish, fish and flower pack, climb the ladders to the treetop then fold them up, meet up with all of the Lego Friends for treetop sleepovers and star gazing, feed the cat with a fish, milk carton and dishes
  • Lego Friends pieces are fully compatible with all Lego System bricks
  • Collect all of the Lego Friends sets for a whole world of Lego Friends fun
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13.9 x 2.3 x 7.5 inches ; 8.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 12.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Imported (Denmark)
  • ASIN: B005KIQE16
  • Item model number: 4653110
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 6 - 12 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,710 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (213 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

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Head to the treetops for tons of fun in Olivia's Tree House, where LEGO Friends can stare at the stars, hide treasures, and camp out all night. This building set comes with plenty of tree house accessories, as well as an adorable mini-doll figure named Olivia. Kids aged 6 to 12 years will love building, decorating, and rearranging the set, providing hours of treetop adventures.

LEGO Friends
LEGO Friends Olivia's Tree House
Olivia's Tree House
  • Ages: 6 to 12 years
  • Pieces: 191 LEGO elements
At a Glance:
  • Tree house building set with colorful LEGO bricks
  • Movable pieces let kids decorate, rearrange, or rebuild with ease
  • Realistic accessories add to the fun
  • Includes 1 mini-doll figure and 2 adorable animal pals
  • Mini-doll figure is compatible with other LEGO Friends' sets
Building Olivia's Tree House

The fun starts with building and decorating Olivia's Tree House. With the help of friends, parents, or on your own, you'll have a blast seeing your progress as you build up this colorful arboreal scene. And, with 191 pieces, the build is fast.

Movable pieces make it fun and easy to redecorate or entirely rebuild the tree house when the mood strikes. Collect and combine other LEGO Friends sets to create an entire fun-filled LEGO town.

LEGO Friends Olivia's Tree House
Charming LEGO Friends

The tree house set comes with one LEGO mini-doll figure of Olivia. Olivia is a curious and inventive girl. She loves observing the stars and surroundings through her telescope and making improvements to her tree house. Also, she likes to invite her other LEGO friends over to play. LEGO mini-dolls are made especially for the world of LEGO Friends with many hair and fashion combinations to choose from.

Detailed Accessories and Layout

Olivia's Tree House provides plenty of play areas for Olivia and her friends. The tree house sits above a lovely garden that you can decorate using the included flowers and butterflies. There is a folding ladder that leads up to the tree house that you can pull up behind you. The tree house has a main floor, and even has a cool crow's nest at the top for a bird's-eye view of your surroundings.

LEGO Friends Olivia's Tree House
Animal Pals Add to the Fun

The set includes a cute kitty named Maxie and a yellow bird named Goldie, who join in the fun at the tree house. Feed Maxie with the included food dish, milk carton, and fish, or bring her up to the crow's nest. Keep Goldie perched in the freestanding birdhouse near all the fun. With LEGO mini-doll figures and animal pals, Olivia's Tree House is bustling with activity.

What's in the Box

Olivia's Tree House LEGO Friends set (191 pieces total) and instructions.

Product Description

Located opposite Olivia's house is the treehouse, the secret headquarters of the Friends club. This is their girls-only space, a place where plotting is done, treasures are hidden, secrets are shared and fun is most definitely had.

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My 7 year old daughter loves this set.
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Easy to put together and fun to play with.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

100 of 106 people found the following review helpful By lulurose on January 7, 2012
my daughter - who is five - spotted the purple section when we visited our local lego store yesterday. after looking at all the new sets, she chose "olivia's tree house." i am thrilled that lego has created a girl-themed product line. i have no complaint about what lego has offered so far, as our son and daughter have enjoyed our many lego sets throughout the years. i just read an article on yahoo that chastises lego for its gender stereotyping. but come on! my son and daughter have a variety of lego sets. the holiday-themed sets that we put together each christmas; the "pink" starter box. countless DUPLO sets that they have both played with. but she is a girl and she likes "girly" things too and that includes "girly" colors AND she is able to tell you the name of all the planets in order and has the space shuttle lego set. creating a "girl" themed product line in no way forces her into a gender role, limits the possibility of what she can achieve in life nor does it undermine her equality; rather it gives her the option to play with sets that appeal to the girly part of her personality. thanks LEGO!
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41 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Charlene on January 7, 2012
My six year daughter asked for Lego for this past Christmas. Having searched the Internet and stores I was discouraged that the selection was primarily marketed for boys with some unisex offerings. Knowing my daughters play habits, I decided to buy her lego creator apple tree house and Lego city corner. I figured that she could build a town to play with. I was hoping to buy her some female figures separately to play with. The problem I had with that was, there were precious few female mini figs. I was a little irritated with Lego for largely ignoring what is appealing for girls. While There are aisles of barbies and Disney princess, Lego is in the boys section of the toy store. And while we have barbies and princesses, which she has fun with, they don't really build her brain. I remember playing with Lego as a kid. It was a hand me down from a cousin so by the time I played with it it was essentially a large tub of blocks, but it was fun to play with. I knew my daughter would have fun following the plans and creating something she could play with. I also knew she wouldn't be much interested in building the mellinium falcon. So When I saw the add in toys r us for the new Lego friends, I was delighted that Lego had finally come out with something a little girl could get excited about. While I'm still glad that I have the creator house and city corner. The friends sets complement what we already have. Our apple tree house now has a olives tree house in the back yard. My little girl spent two hours following the directions and building the tree house all by herself. I watched her young brain figuring it out and growing and I was really proud of her. These toys are good for their brains and fun. As I watch her play and create I know this is only the beginning. I expect we will buy many of the friends sets and as she develops more of the creator sets as well. I'm just so happy that there are now friends sets to get her interested and engaged.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By S.B. Moody on November 18, 2012
The set itself is cute, and it has some fun details, but the minifig doesn't move the same way that regular Lego people do--specifically, the hands cannot rotate nor can the legs separate. What's more, the only piece of the figure that is interchangeable with regular Lego minifigs is the hair, which was disappointing as my daughter and I were really looking forward to seeing how Olivia would look in a spacesuit or with a pirate hook instead of a left hand.

The blocks themselves can be combined with other Lego sets, so that is a plus. However, creatively mixing and matching the minifig pieces to create new characters is one of the fun things about traditional Lego, and this element is conspicuously lacking in the "Friends" line. Swapping clothes and hairstyles between the "Friends" just isn't the same.
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35 of 40 people found the following review helpful By J. Barclay on January 7, 2012
My daughter was so excited to see the new Lego Friends range. We already own a lot of Duplo and recently purchased the LEGO Bricks & More Deluxe Brick Box 5508 and the LEGO Fairy Tale Historic Miniature Figures - Contains 227 Pieces. Olivia's Tree House is a great addition to our collection. My daughter was especially excited about the new mini-doll figure and she would like to collect them all.

This was her first real Lego set and she was able to assemble it herself by following the instructions. I had to help her out a couple of times - building the brown parts of the tree was more complex than I expected. She was very proud of herself after she'd completed the 40 plus steps involved.

The tree house set has a lot of nice touches - a little secret hiding spot for treasure, ladders that swing up & down and a very cute bird and cat. Regular mini figures also fit nicely in the set and my 4 year old son also joins in the play with his own mini-figures in this set.

Olivia can switch her hair with regular mini-figures and my daughter likes to add the red witches cape to Olivia, so she can be Super Girl. Olivia can also hold Lego items. My daughter likes to have her use the bow & arrow from the Fairy Tale figures set.

We will be purchasing more items from the Lego Friends line.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By M. Peterson on February 27, 2012
Like many 5 year olds, my son is obsessed with Legos. He has built virtually every Hero Factory guy and stages endless battles and adventures for them. With duplos, he has built all manner of spaceships and fortresses and yeah, guns, and this Christmas he got the Lego Star Wars catalogue I mean Visual Dictionary, which is creating a huge problem for our annual lego budget.

We won an auction at his school which included eight different Lego sets, including this treehouse. At first he wanted to give it to his best girl friend for her birthday, but after looking at it for awhile, he decided he wanted to build it. Why not? he asked. I like treehouses, and I like flowers (he is a gardener like his father), and I like building things.

I hear a stuff coming out of his mouth sometimes which alarms my feminist heart (boys are like this, girls are like that), and I was one of those parents who was offended at the idea of Lego for Girls (it reminded me of the brilliant Chess for Girls SNL skit).

But this morning walking to school, he told me what a great toy it was, and it wasn't just for girls, but for girls AND boys, and he doesn't care what anyone thinks.

So thanks, Lego, for teaching my son and important lesson about gender equity.
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