Lego: Natural History Museum set with 4,000 pieces and dinosaur skeleton unveiled
The Lego Natural History Museum set comes complete with dinosaur skeleton, atriums, and a geology section.
and live on Freeview channel 276
In time for Christmas, Lego is releasing a Natural History Museum scaled down to just over 4,000 bricks.
The Natural History Museum set, item 10326, will feature a brachiosaurus skeleton, dual atriums, and a geology section on the landing with gems and geodes.
The large skeleton is so big that its neck rises above the first floor of the building and stretches into the second floor. Other exhibits in the museum include a sabretooth skull and dinosaur eggs.
In its replication of a real museum, there is a map of the planet on the second floor that traces the route of a rocket, and a detailed depiction of the solar system.
A statement on the Lego website reads: "The Lego Icons Natural History Museum Set is the perfect addition to the Lego Modular Buildings Collection, and features fresh architecture, new building techniques and countless fun stories. The two-story model includes dual atriums, a removable roof and middle floor, and is packed with brick-built exhibits and details."
The product is aimed at fans aged 18 and older and will be priced at £299.99.
It is product number is 10326 and it is available to pre-order now.
The Lego set will then go on sale from December 1.