LEGO® TitanicCreator Expert
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Build the ship of dreams with the new LEGO® Titanic
Look inside the legend
Authentically detailed views
Divides into three sections to showcase the impressive interiors.
Remarkable cross section
View the grand staircase, boiler room, smoking lounge and more.
Faithfully recreated features
Construct the ship’s bridge, promenade deck and swimming pool.
See the ship in action
Turn the propellers to watch the piston engines turn inside.
Raise the anchor and adjust tension line between masts.
Ultimate conversation piece
Includes stand and name plate for a truly legendary display.
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A colossal achievementMeasuring over 53 in. (135 cm) long, the Titanic is the largest LEGO® set ever created (as of 2021).
A build of historic proportionsThe new LEGO® Titanic is a faithful recreation of the legendary ship at a 1:200 scale model of over 9,000 pieces.
First-class experienceRelax and unwind as you bring the Queen of the Oceans to life with a challenging but rewarding build.
- November 28th, 2021Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0Titanic sails againI would recommend this to a friend!A beautifully done set. HUGE. Intricate details. Mostly simplistic building steps and sequences. I consider myself an expert builder but it took me much longer than other reviewers to build about 24 ish hours total for me but I digress. It is somewhat repetitive but hey thats how ships are designed on the inside. The stern section offered my only challenge in that the rudder turned out to not be totally solid- at least in my opinion and the way it attaches to the ship can be problematic when moving the stern section about to do the construction. Attaching the sections together and getting the propeller shafts to connect all at the same time can be tricky but not undoable. Over all a great set . I have always held a fascination with story/ history of Titanic and this set kept it afloat. Finding a display place big enough may be the biggest challenge.Play Experience4.0Value for Money5.0Was this helpful?55LEGO® Titanic
- December 5th, 2021Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0Lego has outdone itself...kagy79 |I would recommend this to a friend!I purchased this set after waiting for the UK back order to clear, and on VIP weekend the nearest store to me actually had stock, so after a 2hr return trip by train I arrived home with the perfect birthday present to myself... I resisted u til the 1st Dec to start the set, and completed it this afternoon. There were no missing peices nor did I have to open other bags to find parts, everything in my set was where it should have been. The build is soo detailed that you don't mind the parts the repeat. This is the largest model I have completed and honestly enjoyed every moment if it.Play Experience4.0Value for Money5.0Was this helpful?55LEGO® Titanic
- November 16th, 2021Average rating3out of 5 stars3.0DisappointedI would recommend this to a friend!I was so disappointed on this set. I builded over hundreds of Legos. It was the worst Lego I ever had. It missed parts and wrong parts in the package. Honestly, missing parts are always happen but wrong parts in package are not often. It was missed a part for the save boat, one of the black cord are too long, missed the longest white tube thing ( got 3 same length tube, it suppose 2 short and 1 long) and most important thing the titanic sign of the letter “T” missed.November 17, 2021Gabriela , LEGO® Customer ServiceThis shouldn't happen. We're really sorry about this and we'd like to get this fixed for you. Please give us a shout on LEGO.build/Service-BV and we'll get your set completed again in no time.Play Experience3.0Value for Money4.0Was this helpful?35LEGO® Titanic
- November 18th, 2021Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0Nearly as old as the shipI would recommend this to a friend!I’m 71 years old and discovered that building Lego sets was very therapeutic for my arthritic hands. I now have about 8 Technic sets under my belt and whilst I found them initially challenging I’ve improving with time. I was very excited to order the Titanic on November the 1st and it arrived yesterday. My wife is still not sure about my expenditure on Lego against the perceived benefits but I have told her that it will probably take me months to complete so no more imminent purchases. The truth of course is once I start I probably won’t stop….Initial impressions are very favourable and I am about to start the build. Thank you Lego - I hope I live long enough to complete it but I’ll give it a go…..Play Experience5.0Value for Money5.0Was this helpful?55LEGO® Titanic