Monkie Kid's Galactic ExplorerMonkie Kid™
A fun and imaginative gift with LEGO® purchases over 160 €, valid 16/05 – 14/06, while stocks last.*Learn more
Small parts and Small Ball.
Spaceship toy playset for kidsChildren can role-play space missions with this LEGO® Monkie Kid™ building set, inspired by legendary Monkey King tales.
Rewarding build and hours of creative playThis 1,356-piece set for ages 9+ features detailed models of Monkie Kid’s Galactic Explorer spaceship and launchpad.
Monkie Kid's Galactic Explorer
Features a minifigure cockpit and cabin for 4 characters.
Built for battle
Fire the 2 spring-loaded shooters.
Storage for the green Fire Ring, jetpack and moon rover.
A control area, antenna, storage for space helmets and more.
7 LEGO® Monkie Kid™ characters
Including Monkie Kid, Mei, Sandy, Mr. Tang and Robot Mo.
Build with confidence
Find building instructions in the box and on the app.
Fun gift ideaGive this set as a birthday, holiday or surprise gift to kids who like epic adventure stories full of mythical characters.
January 25th, 2022Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0
Good Old-Fashioned Spaceship
I would recommend this to a friend!This thing is pretty fantastic. It really feels like an homage to the heyday of Lego Space in the early 90s, with its overall shape and colors. The build is quite good, with a solid mixture of techniques and fun little details. Of course, the rocket is symmetrical, so many features will be duplicated or mirrored, but it didn't feel boring to me. The stickers are a little tedious, but they really add a lot to the final look. This set really has a lot to offer both in terms of display and play. I love that the rocket has seats for up to five, so you can bring the whole team on your adventures. The minifigure selection is solid, and although the set's features are fairly simple, they're still effective. The color scheme is flat-out ridiculous, and I love it. The yellow, red and turquoise mix really well with the white cloud motifs and metallic gold and bright light orange accents, and the trans-red windscreens evoke memories of Space Police I. The rocket is beautifully shaped and looks fantastic on display, with or without the "mission control" gantry tower. Overall, I love pretty much everything about it. The price point has never been good for Monkie Kid in general, but this set has a respectable piece count for the cost, and it feels like a pretty good value. For a space fan, it's a must.Play Experience4.0Building Experience5.0Value for Money4.0
Was this helpful?55Monkie Kid's Galactic Explorer