Recreate iconic Ghostbusters™ scenes with the amazing 3-story Firehouse Headquarters. With over 4,600 pieces, this highly detailed model features a laboratory, containment unit, darkroom, garage bay, office area, kitchen, sleeping quarters, bathroom and recreation room. Slide Venkman and the other Ghostbusters™ down the fire pole, load up the proton packs and capture the ghosts. Open out the walls for easy play access and drive the 21108 Ghostbusters™ Ecto-1 (sold separately) into the garage bay for even more supernatural action. Includes 9 minifigures: Peter Venkman, Raymond Stantz, Egon Spengler, Winston Zeddemore, Janine Melnitz, Dana Barrett, Louis Tully, Library Ghost and a Zombie Driver.
- Includes 9 minifigures: Peter Venkman, Raymond Stantz, Egon Spengler, Winston Zeddemore, Janine Melnitz, Dana Barrett, Louis Tully, Zombie Driver and Library Ghost.
- Also comes with Slimer, Pink Ghost and Blue Ghost.
- Slide the Ghostbusters™ heroes down the fire pole into action.
- Chase the ghosts and secure them in the containment unit.
- Turn the librarian old lady into a scary ghost with the double-sided face and extra wig!
- Run tests on Louis in the lab to see if he's possessed!
- Suspend ghosts around the building's exterior with attachable transparent arms.
- Dodge the slime oozing up through cracks in the pavement.
- Accessory elements include an alarm bell, fire extinguisher, computer, phone, toolbox, tools, jars of slimes, magnifying glass, camera, camera rolls, arcade game, toaster with slime, fridge with frozen pizza, milk and cheese, and much more!
- Features opening walls for easy play access.
- Features over 4,600 pieces.
- Ghostbusters™ minifigures comewith decorated arms.
- Measures over 14” (36cm) high, 9” (25cm) wide and 14” (38cm) deep.
- With walls opened out, measures over 14” (36cm) high, 18” (46 cm) wide and 14” (38cm) deep.
- Firehouse Headquarters doors can open to fit the 21108 LEGO® Ideas Ghostbusters Ecto-1 inside!
- September 4th, 2016Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0Don't cross the streams!I would recommend this to a friend!Purchased for: SelfAbsolutely awesome lego set. I have been recovering at home from an accident and purchased this to keep me busy. It took me a while to build but defiantly kept me entertained right from laying the first pieces. Seeing it take shape as you add different levels is great. The rooms have loads of detail and they reminded me of the scenes from the movies. Good selection of mini figures and plenty of ways to display them through the set. I definitely recommend this lego set. Looks amazing on display!Play Experience5.0Level of Difficulty4.0Value for Money4.0Build Time: 7 daysBuilding Experience: Intermediate LEGO builderWas this helpful?55Firehouse Headquarters
- January 10th, 2016Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0Must have for any Ghostbuster Lego FanI would recommend this to a friend!Purchased for: SelfA great set, and a must have for any Ghostbuster lego fan. I rated this as challenging as it is an awful lot of pieces, but once you get into the building zone it isn't very difficult at all. The detail of this set is amazing, from top to bottom and inside and out. The instruction manual is great, each set is clearly described and I love that the sets are broken up allowing you to take amble breaks (This is a suggestion at the beginning, it was sensory overload after plowing through bags 1-3). The only con is that I had read online (I could have misunderstood it very easily) that the Ecto-1 would fit inside the garage it does not. It fits through the garage door but you can not close the set up with it inside. But that is a very minimal con. Overall, I would rate this set a 96/100.Play Experience5.0Level of Difficulty4.0Value for Money4.0Build Time: 12 hrsBuilding Experience: Expert LEGO builderWas this helpful?55Firehouse Headquarters
- January 9th, 2016Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0Who you gonna call? LEGO!djayk |I would recommend this to a friend!Purchased for: SelfSo after waiting for what seemed like a lifetime the firehouse finally arrived. It took somewhere in the region of 15-16 hours to complete and was very enjoyable throughout. This is going to fit nicely in my den as a large model to look at and enjoy. Pros: Excellent attention to detail used on the small pieces and mini figures, the HQ has everything inside it that you find in the films Takes aspects from both Ghostbusters and Ghostbusters II in the inside for the detailed equipment and aesthetics of the HQ Pieces are in numbered bags and the guide tells you which bags you need for each section of the build Cons: Use of stickers for some of the detail pieces. Some pieces were printed others needed the sticker which can cause issues of getting straight etc The instruction guide is printed on black paper which is in keeping with the spooky, ghostly theme of Ghostbusters but not so great for trying to identify the darker pieces needed sometimes. Overall a very pleasing and fun build. This was my 1st Lego build of this kind of scale in over 20 years and I managed perfectly fine. I would recommend this to any Lego or Ghostbuster fanPlay Experience5.0Level of Difficulty4.0Value for Money4.0Build Time: 16 hrsBuilding Experience: Intermediate LEGO builderWas this helpful?55Firehouse Headquarters
- April 4th, 2017Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0Luxury, Detail-Oriented BuildI would recommend this to a friend!I found this set to be very expensive when it was announced, and I don't think I would have ever bought it for myself. Luckily I received it as a gift and I really enjoyed building it. It's a very generously scaled building. The way one would free-build if one had an abundance of bricks. Along with the extra high ceilings, the walls are double thick. It's beautiful and solid. I was worried it wouldn't scale too easily with the rest of the modular builds, but actually it fits in fairly well. Technically, the designers used some nice, clever tricks, with a lot of attention to detail. For fans of the movies there are lots of easter eggs and the potential for scene replication is tremendous. The pieces you get among the 4634 are another interesting way to look at the potential value of this set. 131 2x1 bricks with studs at 90 degrees (6015344)!!! 61 6x1 bricks (4541528), and that's just in the brick-red color!!! That's astounding for any free-building. 2 of these sets would give you enough pieces to build virtually any kind of city building on a very generous scale, as long as you were happy with the colors. And albeit at a hefty $700. I really liked the way the build was structured too. They mixed up the heavy lifting with the fine detailing very nicely, and it was rewarding to watch these intricately sculpted scenes come to life. Again, a luxury feel in the multiple heads for Tully and multiple wigs for Ghost Librarian. As usual I'd push for more printing and fewer stickers, but there's is tons to discover in this set. Dancing toaster is one of my favorites, along with the arcade machine and ice-box style fridge. Ditto the styling in the bathroom, really clever and style-accurate. Minor quibbles. Once agains chairs that minifigs cannot sit on well (I'm looking at you Simpson's House). If you look at instruction 469, why use two 1x1 tiles instead of a single 1x2? SIMILARLY, given the spare no expense feel of the rest of the building, I was surprised to see the use of the large wall panels on the back of the building (leaving a depression). Maybe it was to save weight on the hinged section and they carried it through for consistency, but it would have been nice to use solid bricks there instead. Some nicely colored transparent pieces and of course the fireman's pole is awesome. The traffic light is lovey and the fire escape breaks up the outside surface nicely, and I really like their flying ghost solution to add texture to the other side. Beautiful barn doors, and a shout-out to the designer that did the kitchen sink - that was a new one for me. So, if you want to splurge, if you have a windfall coming your way, it's a great set. The 13 point ratio is tough, but it's really well done. This is the first set I built completely digitally. I pulled the pdf from shop.lego.com and there's a pic of my setup below. It worked really well. I had trouble finding clear instructions for 42025 but this set was no problem, and I didn't have a problem telling colors apart as some others have reported. Logistically Lego must be happy. Very few extra pieces, and nothing really more than a 1x1 tile in weight. Lots of extra whips and an extra fireman's pole (but no handle). In terms of building sequencing, I had one unlabelled bag amongst the free floaters, and because I spotted the Venkman torso, I was able to figure out it was for Set 9. In terms of separation not quite as tight as some other sets. often you'd have a situation that had a 1x2 flat tile in the same bag as a 1x2 single-stud tile. I've had other builds that seemed to be very careful to avoid a situation like that. But again, this is an extremely minor quibble. Building time was longest for the Set 1 - I started the first Ghostbuster's movie when I started the build, and finished at 1:21. By the time I finished Set 2 I was 40 minutes into the second movie. After that I settled into an average of about 45- 55 min per Set. It's a big building and there is some repetition, but once you learn the pattern it goes quickly, and this is where you have to pay particular attention to the 1x1 tiles to keep them even (if that's your thing). Minifigs are great. Nice arm printing. Beautiful job with Dana's outfit. Sharp all around, though admittedly I'm not as picky as some others. So that's it. If you can, you should. P.S. Only thing missing would be a nice fluorescent green wiggly tube to use as a beam from the proton pack. P.P.S. and kudos on the slime coming out of the sidewalk. Beautiful touch!Play Experience5.0Level of Difficulty4.0Value for Money4.0Building Experience: Expert LEGO builderWas this helpful?55Firehouse Headquarters