This LEGO® City Hospital (60330) toy playset is packed with inspiring features for imaginative play, including a front desk with kids’ playroom, maternity ward, WC and an MRI scan room. The set also includes an ambulance and rescue helicopter and comes with Road Plates for connection to other LEGO sets, plus 12 minifigures, including 4 characters from the LEGO City Adventures TV series.
Printed and digital building instructions
This LEGO construction set includes a step-by-step printed building guide and interactive digital building instructions for kids aged 7 and up. Available in the free LEGO Building Instructions app for smartphones and tablets, this intuitive digital guide comes with cool zoom and rotate tools that allow kids to visualize each model from all angles as they build.
The creative world of LEGO City
LEGO City toy playsets put kids at the heart of the action with feature-rich buildings, cool vehicles and inspiring characters for endless hours of imaginative fun.
- LEGO® City hospital playset for kids aged 7+ – The LEGO City Hospital (60330) playset is packed with details for imaginative play
- What’s in the box? – Everything kids need to build a multi-room toy hospital, ambulance and rescue helicopter, plus 12 minifigures including 4 characters from the LEGO® City Adventures TV series
- Designed for creative play – The toy ambulance has room for the included stretcher and kids can slide minifigure patients in and out of the MRI scanner
- A gift for budding doctors and nurses – This LEGO® toy can be given as a birthday, holiday or any-other-day surprise for kids aged 7 and up
- Dimensions – When built, the toy hospital building measures over 9 in. (24 cm) high, 11 in. (28 cm) wide and 10 in. (25 cm) deep
- Includes LEGO® minifigure accessories – This hospital playset comes with lots of minifigure accessories for imaginative play, including a medical cast, syringe and a wheelchair
- Includes an interactive digital building guide – Kids can zoom, rotate and view models from all angles as they build with the LEGO® Building Instructions app, available for smartphones and tablets
- Building kids’ creative skills – Children develop confidence and key life skills as they play
- Quality in focus – All LEGO® components meet strict industry standards to ensure they are consistent, compatible and fun to build with: it’s been that way since 1958
- Putting safety first – LEGO® bricks and pieces are dropped, heated, crushed, twisted and analyzed to make sure they meet stringent global standards for safety
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- January 13th, 2022Average rating2out of 5 stars2.0What happened to the bricks?I have to agree with the other review here. The first thing I noticed about a lot of these new City sets is a real lack of bricks. This set looks fun and has some fun designs with it but.. how much more can I really build from what get with this? The old City sets had so many bricks I could tear the set down.. make a small house.. a garage shop.. etc to make a small city but these new sets.. this.. the Fire station.. the Police station.. I could barely do much with making near the ideas I did with those. I also dislike the yellow neon on the Ambulance and its use on the Fire station too, that too limits what else I can use the piece in.Play Experience2.0Value for Money2.0Was this helpful?25Hospital
- January 11th, 2022Average rating2out of 5 stars2.0City sets getting smaller and smallerI remember when I received my first hospital set back in the early 2000s. It was awesome with lots and lots of bricks. Compared to previous versions the new city sets continue to disappoint. The numbers of bricks keep decreasing, along with playability and joy. I don't understand why LEGO, after becoming a worldwide brand, dumb down their products like this. Greed does not help you LEGO! This way LEGO lets fans down.Play Experience4.0Value for Money2.0Was this helpful?25Hospital
- January 13th, 2022Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0Lego CityI would recommend this to a friend!This is one of the best Lego city sets I’ve ever seen. The amount of figures was good and the quality and features of the rooms were impressive. This was very fun to build and the vehicles are very well made. It was bigger than I expected and the amount of pieces was decent for the price since it took quite a while to make. I was very happy with this set so I give it 5 starsPlay Experience5.0Value for Money5.0Was this helpful?55Hospital
- January 13th, 2022Average rating4out of 5 stars4.0Unexpectedly GoodI would recommend this to a friend!My initial thoughts on this set upon announcement were that it was lacking in detail and features as compared to the 60204 hospital from 2018, while retailing for a higher price. I was skeptical even into the building process, but after finishing it, I started to consider what it really had to offer. I regard the 2018 hospital as one of the best Lego City sets largely on account of its play value. I was certain that the new model wouldn't be able to top it, but then I started comparing them and found that I actually like the new one more. The ambulance design is fantastic and original, the interior is more interesting (the ground floor waiting area is astronomically better than that of 60204, among other things), and the exterior design is more dynamic and visually present. The higher price can also partially be accounted for when adjusting for inflation. The most notable downside to this set and other 2022 releases is the lack of modularity. sections cannot be easily removed from one another in order to provide easy access into some interior spaces. This is most prominent in the operating/delivery room. Access is restricted by the relatively small opening into the room, as well as the curved window piece, which surrounds the bassinet and makes it rather difficult to access it. In conclusion, I consider this set to be a win and a worthy successor to the 2018 hospital.Play Experience4.0Value for Money3.0Was this helpful?45Hospital