LEGO City Advent Calendar 60155 Building Kit (248 Piece)
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- Features 24 different items including buildings, vehicles, Seasonal items and minifigures
- Includes 6 minifigures: snowboarder kid, Grandma, 2 Coast guard members, jungle Explorer and Santa
- Open each door to reveal the surprise for the day
- Collect all the minifigures to add to your collections or sets
- Celebrate the holiday spirit in LEGO City with this fun Advent calendar
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Every Day is a Holiday for your Builder
Count down to Christmas with this colorful LEGO City Advent Calendar. Kids can reveal a new mini-build for every day in December leading up to Christmas. Includes 24 separate builds in one set and a play mat to display the Christmas scene! Every day brings a new mini-model to build, as your child constructs a realistic LEGO City Christmas. A great way to get your builder into the holiday spirit. It’s an affordable gift for any holiday or special occasion leading up to Christmas.
Celebrate the holidays with LEGO City flair, featuring 24 different surprises, one for each day of the season, including santa’s sleigh, a gingerbread house, Christmas tree, plane, snowman, coast Guard helicopter and much more. Includes several different builds and 6 minifigures.
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This is a great set with lots of fun builds. There are six minifigures and lots more. There is a train, a Christmas tree, an ice sculptor, a snowboarder, a Grandma, a skier, a “remote control” helicopter, a fireplace and seating and Santa is pushing a snow blower (though he also has a modern looking sleigh at his disposal, too.
I put together Christmas dioramas using both the Winter special scenes, City sets and City Advent calendars each year. This will be a really fun addition to the scenes that I have put together.
Be sure not to throw away the box as it is part of the fun. This year the box opens up to a winter scene with snow on the ground and lights on the trees and houses. The fold-out has more snow fun with a picture of a train track (for posing the little train that comes in the set.
The inside of the box is a fun scene that includes the surface of Jakku with a star killer base that is covered in snow and ice. There is a dark horizon of space at the top but it is fairly small in comparison to the rest of the scene.
This is a great addition to the series and to the scenes that we set up each year. Star Wars is one of our favorite series in Lego and we look forward to the opening the calendar and assembling the individual prizes each day in December.
As usual, Lego has released three different advent calendars--this City theme, a Star Wars version, and a Friends ("girly") one. If you are careful opening the daily slots, you can re-pack the calendar and use it again and again; sometimes we actually pull out a couple of older calendars and build a little “Advent Town” instead of using just one set. Don't tear up the box to get it open: the top flap just needs to be released and it serves as the background for the builds.
I always buy mine early in the fall: Lego makes a certain number of each theme and when they're sold out, that's it!
Obviously I haven’t opened the sets yet, but I’ve seen the photos of many of them and am super excited to start this advent calendar on December 1st!
*Update* Kids love it! In order to avoid arguments about who goes first we opened up the first three all at once. They have been playing with them all day, and cannot wait to for their next turn to open one!
Once we were deemed "too old" for those calendars, though, it stopped. But I never have been one to shake the advent bug.
When I found out LEGO was starting to issue Star Wars calendars back in 2008 (if I recall correctly), I wanted to start it back up, but due to family, I was unable to.
This is the first one I was able to get, and while I cannot create an opinion based on the contents just yet (I know what is in it, thanks to the pictures, but the days are still a surprise), I still have that excitement for what Christmas has in store this year.
December 26 addendum:
Now that each of the doors have been opened and the builds have been made, a little more light can be shed.
Each of the little micro builds are an interesting, yet simple item. Most of them can be assembled in less than a minute, but you can easily recognize what ship and item they are (except for the hovertank. I bought a second for a Star Wars buddy, and neither one of us could figure out what it was).
The minifigs are nothing to write home about, as none of them are 100% exclusive. But it is nice to get a fresh influx of figures, if you're a collector.