Packed with details to investigate
Pick up breakfast in the ground-floor Doughnut Shop.
Slide through a secret hatch under the bed.
Follow the clues
Put the evidence on the investigation board.
Climb down the three-story fire escape.
Capture the crook's best side.
Put the bad guys behind bars.
Grow your neighbourhoodThe newest addition to the LEGO® Modular Buildings Collection offers more building options and playful surprises than ever.
Designed for discoveryLEGO® Designer Chris McVeigh and his team have packed this build full of intricate details and hidden features that fuel the imagination.
Plan your escape from everyday lifeEnjoy hours of immersive building with the new exclusive Police Station.
Three floors, endless storiesMultiple levels let you adjust the height of the building and change floor layouts too.
Escape into a delicious world of deceit, detection and doughnuts with this LEGO® Police Station (10278) model. Enjoy hours of immersive building as you create the three-floor police station. See the brick-built staircase wind through detailed floors that can be removed to let you explore inside. Next door is a doughnut shop brimming with treats and, to the other side, a newspaper kiosk.
Criminally good details
This impressive set is packed with hidden features and clever design. With an evidence locker, jail cell, interrogation room and case board, complete with red lines connecting the clues, the police have all they need to solve the mystery. There are also a number of novel pieces within the set to appeal to adult LEGO fans.
A building project for you
The LEGO Police Station is part of the imaginative Modular Buildings Collection. Whether you’re building alone or with family, this is a challenge to focus the mind and an eye-catching display piece to enjoy alongside other LEGO Modular Buildings.
- Packed with clever design features and unexpected surprises, this LEGO® Police Station (10278) model building kit is the perfect set for adults looking for a mindful project.
- Discover stylish features with crime-busting details, including a case board with authentic red lines connecting the clues, reel-to-reel recorder, jail cell, evidence locker and more.
- With 2,923 pieces and 5 minifigures, including a 1940s-era police officer, there’s lots to discover. Printed tiles like the billboard, telephone and typewriter bring the detailed scenes to life.
- Ideal for true-crime fans and LEGO® lovers alike, this building kit gives hours of enjoyment and a creative experience that will appeal to adults.
- Adult LEGO® fans will love the novel pieces in this set, including 2 pieces in ultra-rare nougat colour, 4 blank animal-head pieces used for the cornice detail and an inverted 2-colour arch.
- Measures over 14.5 in. (37 cm) high (including antennae), 10 in. (25 cm) wide and 10 in. (25 cm) deep.
- As well as being a step-by-step guide to building the model, the coffee-table-style instructions include inspirational design details.
- This police station set is part of the Modular Buildings Collection of creative building sets designed for LEGO® building fans who love stunning design, intricate details and elegant architecture.
- LEGO® building bricks are manufactured from the highest quality materials. They’re consistent, compatible and connect and pull apart easily every time – it’s been that way since 1958.
- With LEGO® pieces, safety and quality comes first. That’s why they’re rigorously tested so you can be sure that the model is as robust as it is beautiful.
- Free standard 3 to 5 business day delivery on all merchandise orders over 55 €!
- Express delivery available at checkout.
- Custom parts orders are sent separately from merchandise and take additional time to process and deliver.
- Unopened merchandise may be returned for a full refund within 90 days of receipt of your order.
- February 10th, 2021Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0Beautiful, colorful and very detailed!Antonio123 | 65 or olderI would recommend this to a friend!Purchased for: SelfI am a Technic fan and this es my first build on a Creation building! Don’t get me wrong, my experience goes back many years and with kits like Cinderellas Castle, Taj Mahal, Millenium Falcon, Lamborghini Sian and many other thousand element creations. This was an exception since I have read so many good reviews of this kit that decided to buy it as soon as it was made available. No regrets! Over 2,000 elements, highly detailed and complex enough to keep me busy for a few days. I took, like always, my sweet old time, not rushing, but enjoying hours of building it. I do not accounted for the hours it took me to build, but they were long enough to turn into more than a week. Colorful in its design; intricate in its formation. The design of the three floors is just a work of art; the decor on the external front awnings and the way the tilling is designed to fit and display, just ingenious. Details like the commodes, the toilet paper dispensers, the jail inside, the donut shop: what an ingenious and realistic touch! We all connect policemen/policewomen with coffee and donuts! The news stand! Just wonderful and beautiful. The instruction book, well black pages would not be my first choice, but like most things in life, I guess will have to get used to them. That is our new reality, unless... Missing parts are still annoying! On this kit I had 3 missing parts that I had to order but thanks to my personal inventory, I was able to finish the build. Missing parts have been my main problem in the past builds, one that caused me to return a whole kit! On the other hand, there are always a lot of left over parts, usually small but in some instances in larga amounts! I am including a foto of my left over. Clear plastic parts: this seems to be an issue that comes up every now and then and there is a very simple solution. As they are packed in Lego and arrive to us in the many plastic bags, they arrive virtually undamaged, my experience. Mostly, they are damaged as we move them around searching parts to build the kit. What I do is, as I empty the bags, if I see any window or door frames, I search for the clear plastic and set them aside so they wont get scratched as I move the other parts around. It helps a bit. Tools, well my finger are a bit tired and swollen, so picking up small parts can some times be challenging, to say the least. For that purpose, I got from a veterinary friend of mine, a disposed set of surgical tweezers and using some very small heat shrink tubing, covered the ends so they would not scratch the small plastic bricks. They work perfectly! Of course, the Lego brick separator tool is a must! Price, well, if consider amount of research, development, engineering, amount of bricks, instructions book printing and production price, packing, box prep and printing and free shipping, I am very happy with the kit, it’s outcome, building experience and price! Enjoy your build! Oh! I forgot, we celebrate all seasons and all Holidays, that is why you can see a mantle with hearts: this February, month of Saint Valentine!!!!Play ExperienceAverage rating4out of 5 stars4.0Level of DifficultyAverage rating4out of 5 stars4.0Value for MoneyAverage rating5out of 5 stars5.0Building Experience: Expert LEGO builderWas this helpful?55Police Station
- February 5th, 2021Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0Modular Buildings back on formKrissyissue | 45-54I would recommend this to a friend!Purchased for: SelfAfter a couple of slightly lack-lustre sets in the modular building series recently, I think this is a return to form for Lego. Some previous ones (Bookstore I'm looking at you) weren't bad, I was just frustrated that they could easily have been much more than they were with little additional effort. That is not the case here, it's a well conceived and - on the whole - well executed building. It's not perfect but any means, but it's a great build and there are plenty of really nice details. So, the good. It's an impressive building, with good scale and height in particular. As a result it looks equally good as part of a street line up or as a stand alone item. I love the escape tunnel and spoon, that's exactly the kind of humour that makes these sets such fun. The water cooler is cleverly done, and I really like the idea of the creeper climbing up the side of the building. The building method for the stairs is very clever indeed, I hope to see that used again in future builds. And the doughnut shop next door is a touch of genius. The use of space in the office area and the second floor fits well with the theme, and I particularly like the evidence room in the loft space. And now the not so good. A slightly disappointing minifigure count for the cost of the set, a concerned citizen reporting something would have been nice. I also felt the space in the doughnut shop could have had a little more detail, some stools, a magazine rack, a bin, that sort of thing. I'll see about adding some of those myself. There's no drainpipe, so I've added one from bits in my spares box. I also didn't like the scooped out internal walls separating the station from the shop and the bed-sit. I don't know why, but that particularly bothered me. I think it's because they are right by the stairs, so figures can see into both from the station. It's not necessary to allow the floor plates above to sit in place, so why do it? It would have taken maybe two dozen extra bricks. It's the one ugly aspect of the whole build, and feels like a corner was cut unnecessarily. As it is I've raised the height of both walls. I also plan to build a proper stair up to the bed-sit at the back, that last arrangement just doesn't cut it. Something could easily have been accommodated there as part of a fire escape for the station. And lastly, while the climber is a great idea it's missing it's roots! So, again my parts box has contributed to fixing that. But the last, absolutely worst thing is not the build itself, but the instructions. I didn't like the black pages on the Mos Eisley Canteena set, and I don't like them on this one either. Please Lego, go back to the lighter coloured pages, they make it much easier to see and distinguish the case of different parts. All in all though, I'm nit-picking, and this is great set, if a little on the pricey side.Play ExperienceAverage rating4out of 5 stars4.0Level of DifficultyAverage rating3out of 5 stars3.0Value for MoneyAverage rating4out of 5 stars4.0Build Time: 3 daysBuilding Experience: Advanced LEGO builderWas this helpful?55Police Station
- January 25th, 2021Average rating4out of 5 stars4.0Nice small detailsDaveH5005 | 55-64I would recommend this to a friend!Purchased for: SelfNot quite as inspiring as previous models as it didn't shout Police Station to me. The function of the building should be reflected in the style; the bank looked strong and rugged, the cinema looked artistic, the detectives office looked intriguing and the restaurant looked edible! But this was a block, which is made more obvious alongside other buildings, and made worse by the tired joke of attaching donuts to the police. Maybe the spirit of law enforcement would have been respected more by having a security device shop there instead, making it bigger to help the visual balance, covered in rivets, steel gates and maybe dark blue. Saying that though, the layout of the facilities within the station was good, the mugshot camera was tucked into a corner, and I loved the mini darkroom in the tiny space at the top of the building. Squeezing in a toilet is good, but please add a hand basin too as it educates children at the same time. Its a shame the station didn't come with a police vehicle, maybe a dog van or a wagon. But an enjoyable build, the price was a bit steep without a vehicle but nice to have three different styles of building fascia.Play ExperienceAverage rating4out of 5 stars4.0Value for MoneyAverage rating3out of 5 stars3.0Build Time: 9 hrsBuilding Experience: Advanced LEGO builderWas this helpful?45Police Station
- January 21st, 2021Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0Fantastic setrebeliaGamer | 25-34I would recommend this to a friend!Purchased for: SelfTruly amazing set, i had a blast for the whole building process and now, when it is finally ready I cannot stop looking at it. This set has a lot of cool details, spots for minifigures and hidden features. It also comes with a lot of extra parts and 5 minifugures. Just go and buy it, this is one of the best lego buildings available.Play ExperienceAverage rating4out of 5 stars4.0Level of DifficultyAverage rating4out of 5 stars4.0Value for MoneyAverage rating5out of 5 stars5.0Building Experience: Advanced LEGO builderWas this helpful?55Police Station