Billund, 10th September, 2021: The LEGO Group is ushering in the festive season with the reveal of its LEGO® Santa’s Visit set, the latest addition to the Winter Village collection.
The charming new LEGO Santa’s Visit set is ready to welcome Santa and his reindeer, and sure to bring to life the special excitement felt during the holiday season. The design centers on a cosy little house, where a family are busily getting ready for Santa’s arrival. Cards are collected from the mailbox; gifts have been wrapped and treats have been put out in anticipation of the most exciting time of the year. Once the build is complete, all Santa needs to do is drop down the chimney to spread some Christmas cheer!
Santa’s Visit offers a new, novelty building experience for the whole family. It forms part of the popular Winter Village collection, which includes the LEGO Gingerbread House (10267) and LEGO Elf’s Cub House (10275).
The set is bursting with tiny details, such as a fireplace with stockings, a chimney (with enough space for Santa to slide down through), a child’s bedroom, a detailed kitchen with decorated dinner table, milk and cookies to leave out for Santa, and a comfy chair for him to curl up in.
It also features Winter Village’s first illuminated Christmas Tree! Just press down on the top of the tree to trigger the light brick hidden inside. The house is also decorated with boughs of holly and includes a snowy gate with mailbox. At the back, a roof panel articulates outwards for easier access to the upstairs bedroom.
Chris McVeigh, LEGO Set Designer commented: “The holiday season is always a magical time for my family. It’s been fun to inject a few of my own family traditions and experiences into this set from the new Christmas cookie to the hidden gifts.”
Further product details
FURTHER PRODUCT INFO: LEGO® SANTA’S VISIT SET (10293)
- Age: 18+
- Model measures: Height: 19cm / Width: 27cm / Depth: 16cm
- 1,445 pieces
- Price: €89.99 / $99.99 / £79.99
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