Fly out important supplies to the explorers in the ice-cool LEGO® City Arctic Supply Plane! This aircraft features an opening dual cockpit with computer dashboard, 2 huge spinning propellers, an opening rear cargo compartment and skis for a smooth landing. On the ground, load the pallet containing the gas cylinder, oil drum and boxes onto the trailer and clip onto the powerful utility vehicle. Equipped with many lights, cool rubber tracks, a huge snow-moving shovel plus two small trunks for tools, this vehicle can cope with the harshest Arctic conditions to transport the cargo to base camp. Includes 3 minifigures: 2 explorers and a pilot.
Help… there's a snake! The crook is busy hiding a backpack full of loot in the swamp when a long, slippery snake appears! Jump aboard the awesome ATV and race to the scene! Help the police officer catch the snake with the long snake grabber, then slap the handcuffs on the trembling crook! Includes 2 minifigures with assorted accessories: a police officer and a crook.
Training Jet Transporter
Join the space team aboard the Training Jet Transporter! Help unload the supersonic jet from the huge trailer, fold out the wings, open the tinted cockpit and climb aboard. Now, start the engines and follow the service vehicle to the holding position. When you're cleared for takeoff, thunder down the runway and soar into the sky! Practice landings and aerial maneuvers until you're ready to pilot a space shuttle! Includes 3 minifigures with assorted accessories: a driver, pilot and a service person.
People Pack - Space Research and Development
LEGO® City Space Agency needs you! Join the crew of people helping to ensure that this exciting LEGO mission to planet Mars is a success. Take a spin on the G-force astronaut training machine. Help the scientists with their research. Test out the rocket engine or take the drone for a test flight before it's loaded on the rocket, while the astronauts have some fun with the reporter in their interview. Pssst! Did you know that this playset is inspired by real-life NASA missions? Cool, right!