Billund - September 19th 2023: Today the LEGO Group reveals the LEGO® Icons Alpine Lodge set, the perfect display set for the holiday season. A captivating addition to the holiday season that represents the essence of a quaint and whimsical winter wonderland, the LEGO Icons Alpine lodge is the latest addition to the Winter Village Collection.
This 1,517-piece set is packed with a host of wonderful features, the main being the snowy lodge, which is surrounded with warm interiors, such as a bar offering hot drinks, a cozy seating space in front of the fireplace and a little Christmas tree.
Excitingly, there is a light brick within the lodge, and it can be activated by pressing the top of the chimney, where it illuminates two different sections, the fireplace on the ground floor and the small fireplace in the child’s room. The outside space contains a small frozen pond with a wooden pier, snowman, trees, a desk where you can rent some ice skates and an outhouse.
A snowmobile is also included within the set, with a trailer that can be used to drive the Christmas trees from the market or just to have fun driving around the snowy landscape. The wintertime model also comes with four lovely mini figures, including a lodge employee, and three guests: one child with their parent and the other on their own.
The LEGO® Icons Winter Village set is perfect to build as a family, with the main snow-covered lodge model best suited to adults, with the smaller build elements perfect for kids.
- Age: 18+
- Price : $99.99 / £89.99 / €99.99
- Pieces : 1,517
- Product No. : 10325
- Dimensions: W: 24cm, H/D:21cm, L:16cm
- Available: LEGO Insiders 1st October - All 4th October
- Link: www.LEGO.com/Alpine-Lodge
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