LEGO Fairground Collection Loop Coaster announcement

Relive the thrills of your favorite roller coaster rides


Lego has been a monolith in the world of brick building, being one of the oldest companies, with a staggering 36 billion bricks made per year. As such, it’s no surprise that they’re one of the most well-known and beloved companies – or have a massive range of different types of collections. For example, Lego Technic vehicle toys are so popular that they even have a Fast and the Furious link from Dom Chargeradmittedly a pretty cool Lego set.

One of their other great collections is the Fairground Collection, which as the name suggests is a collection of six different rides, such as the Grand Carousel and Ferris Wheel. As such, you can certainly build your own funfair park or roller coaster park if you feel like it, and with the new set announced by Lego, you can take your coaster park construction one step further. perfect Russians.

As reported by the LEGO Builders Gather fan page, Lego has just announced its 7th Fairground Collection set, the looper coaster, which will be released on July 1st. With an impressive 3,756 pieces to build, the impressive coaster set stands at 36 inches, one of the tallest ever for Lego, something you’ll definitely want to get if you’re a huge Lego fan.

Coaster Loop

LEGO designer Pierre Normandin, who created this set, said“When we designed this set, we wanted to recreate the feeling of when it’s just beginning to topple above the highest point. Perfect for play or display, we’re thrilled to add this set to the LEGO Fairground collection. .”

With two large loops, this should be a pretty thrilling ride for the minifigs, though we have to mention that while it will cost $399.99, it doesn’t include the motor. While that’s a big shame, it’s certainly understandable given the cost of the engine alone, and honestly, if you have another set to pull from, that’s even better.

If you’re considering getting this set, you’ll want to join the Lego VIP program; it’s totally free! For every dollar you spend buying lego, you get five points, which you can then spend on future discounts, special events, and online rewards. You even get early access to VIP-only products and promotions, like those that give you double points.

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