About LEGO® 90 Years of Play
The LEGO® set “11021: 90 Years of Play” contains of 1100 pieces and weighs 1.297 grams. Building time of this set is 3 – 4 hours. Its package dimensions are 47.80 cm width, 28.00 cm height and 7.40 cm depth. It was released in 2022. The item belongs to the LEGO® Classic theme and 90 Years of Play theme. The official price in Europe is 49.99 €. “90 Years of Play” is available via “Retail”. You can also get it via Amazon Europe starting at 39.99 €. The price per brick is 0.05 €. If you are going to sell the parts of “90 Years of Play” separately, you could earn 110.00 €. If you decide to sell this “Classic” set completely and sealed, you get approximately 34.97 €. The expected end of life price is starting at 60.00 €. Recommended age for this set is at least 5 years. You may want to open the gallery with the 8 images. We archived 4 building instructions of 11021. Related tags: Adventurers, Aircraft, Anniversary Set, Belville, Bionicle, Bionicle Generation 1, Bird, Black Seas Barracuda, Brick Built Animals, Brick Built Figure, Brick Separator, Carriage, Castle, City, Classic Space, Construction, Desert, Dots, Dragon, Duck, Egypt, Elephant, Enclosed Fortress, Energy, Excavator, Fabuland, Fire, Fresh Produce, Friends, Frog, Galaxy Explorer, Galidor, Galleon, Garden, Golden Dragon, Helicopter, Horse, House, Jail, Landing Pad, Lego 90Th Anniversary, Lego Duck, Lego History, Microscale, Ninjago, Ninjago Ninjas, Pirates, Police, Police Helicopter, Police Station, Propeller Aircraft, Pull-Along Toy, Scorpions, Ship, Space, Spaceship, Statue, Steam Locomotive, Technic, The Final Battle, Toa, Toa Tahu, Tracked Vehicle, Train, Truck, Yellow Castle.
To celebrate 90 years of LEGO, the company has released a new, limited edition set called “90 Years of Play.” This set is a tribute to all the different LEGO themes over the years, and it contains a whopping 1,100 pieces.
The set comes in a large, black box with a gold-colored logo and the number “90” printed on it. The box opens up to reveal a colorful, illustrated booklet that tells the history of LEGO, from the company’s early days to the present.
The set itself is divided into six sections, each representing a different LEGO theme. There’s a Classic Space section, a Construction section, a Desert section, a Fabuland section, a Friends section, and a Ninjago section. Each section contains a variety of models and minifigures from that particular theme.
My favorite section is the Classic Space section, which contains a cool space shuttle, a moon rover, and a couple of astronauts. I also really like the Desert section, which has a cool pyramid, an elephant, and a scorpion.
One thing I didn’t like about the set was that some of the models were quite small and delicate. For example, the duck and the frog are both very small and easy to lose.
Overall, I think the “90 Years of Play” set is a great tribute to LEGO’s history, and it’s a lot of fun to build. I would definitely recommend it for LEGO fans of all ages.