This would be the first time in the history of the series that LEGO is releasing not one but TWO modular buildings.
The LEGO Icons Natural History Museum 10326 will join its brethren on this 1st of December right following the LEGO Icons Jazz Club that was launched on the 1st of January 2023.
The set will boast brick-built Brachiosaurus skeleton that rises to the second floor, a sabretooth skull, fossils and dinosaur eggs.
There will also be a geology section which includes “quartz, geodes, stalagmites and spotlighting a cutaway of the earth and its molten core”.
Also included is a total of seven minifigures (a total of nine if you count the two statues flanking the entrance).
It will consist of 4014pcs and will stand at a height of 31cm (12 inches) and breadth of 38cm (14.5 inches).
The latest addition to the Modular Building Collection will have a price of USD$299.99 / €299.99 / £259.99 / 449.99 AUD / 2499 CNY / 389.99 CAD.
It is already available for pre-order now and will launch on December 1st 2023 at all LEGO Brand and Certified Stores world wide.
I for one am glad that LEGO finally decided to venture into cultural institutions for Modular building ideas as well as breaking the limit of the one baseplate (32×32 stud) footprint.
Considering that the LEGO Ideas project by tjspencer1 was not approved, this is the next best thing we’re going to get from the worlds most famous plastic brick.