Change everything with a gift
LEGO® toys let kids rebuild the things they like – princesses, cars, dragons and more – into things they love, because with LEGO bricks, each creation becomes proudly their own.

Jump to something you love

It’s an invitation.

Where adults see challenges, kids see opportunities. Imagine what we could do if we all saw the world through a child’s eyes!

What do you love?



What is Rebuild the World?

It’s a way to play.

Build the things you love – with or without instructions. LEGO® bricks are endlessly compatible with a child’s imagination.

It’s a way to think.

LEGO play helps kids develop a creative mindset as they experiment, break the rules, fail and try again.

It’s a way to guide a brand.

We’re constantly reimagining ways to have a positive impact on kids, the planet and play.

It’s a way to view the world.

With a little optimistic creativity, we can all build towards a better version of the world.

Chris Adams


Rebuilder Workshops?

It’s a hands-on experience with what rebuilding a world with endless possibilities is like! 

  1. Through workshops with creative experts, kids (and grownups) of all ages can rebuild anything in their world to make it a more fun, playful and better place using LEGO® bricks.
  2. The first Rebuilder Workshop took place on September 17, 2019 at LEGO House – Home of the Brick in Billund, Denmark. Take a look
  3. We have more workshops in the pipeline! Check back here soon for more dates, cities and details on how YOU can join the fun.

How Will You



  • © Mariann Asanuma

  • © 2019 Ryan McNaught
    LEGO Certified Professional

Maybe you want to rebuild something that could improve everyday life for you or others, or a replica of a real-life building, thing, animal or artwork.  Maybe something random, fun or completely useless! Just use whatever LEGO® bricks you have in your house, and start building.


Show us your creation!

Share a picture of your creation on LEGO Life, or for 13 years and older, on social media with the hashtag #RebuildTheWorld.