What will your young explorer encounter in LEGO City Arctic Expedition? With vehicles like the Ice Crawler and Scout Truck, trekking over miles of ice terrain is easy, and LEGO® animal elements like Husky dogs and Polar Bears will make them feel like they’re really in the Arctic. Kids can also analyze a fossilized Mammoth in the mobile lab or take to the skies in the Quadrocopter. Brave scientific and explorer minifigures provide plenty of characters for every arctic adventure they build.
Rediscover the joy of imaginative play right alongside your child! The LEGO® Kids Imagination Simulator takes you into the minds of your child where exciting, unexpected possibilities are endless. Check out this inspirational video and remember the magic of imagination!
Say cheese! Does your child have a grin as big as the Sabre Tooth Tiger’s 20cm teeth?
If you saw a Polar Bear in real life, how would you react? Check out real-life National Geographic Arctic explorer Mike Libecki to see how he interacts with the animals he encounters in the Arctic. Watch it and get inspired to roleplay fun Arctic adventure scenarios!
Polar Bears need a thick layer of fur to stay warm, but luckily your child won’t need a coat to play!
Due the Earth’s tilt, for one day per year there’s an entire day of darkness in the Arctic — and also a full day of sunshine.
The Arctic isn’t just one small area, the Arctic includes the Arctic Ocean and parts of Canada, Russia, the USA, Greenland, Norway, Finland, Sweden and Iceland.
Furry, friendly Huskies like the ones you may encounter in real life!