LEGO Icons 10326 Natural History Museum now available for pre-order


LEGO Icons 10326 Natural History Museum is the newest set in the Modular Buildings collection. The name of the model leaked a few weeks ago, but today is the official presentation. Starting from December 1, 2023, the model will be exclusively available for purchase in the LEGO Shop for $/€299.99. With this move, LEGO deviates from the tradition of releasing their new modular set on the first day of the new year. Additionally, it is possible to place a pre-order, where you will receive LEGO 40586 Moving Truck as a gift with your purchase.

LEGO Icons 10326 Natural History Museum

The new building is the largest set in the series with 4,014 pieces and measures 31 cm in height, 39 cm in width, and 25 cm in depth. LEGO Icons 10326 Natural History Museum is placed on a baseplate that is 48 studs wide and 32 studs deep. Seven minifigures are included, including the museum director, two employees, a janitor, and three visitors. The set also includes a dog and two birds.

  • Set number: 10326
  • Name: Natural History Museum
  • Theme: Icons
  • Pieces: 4014
  • Dimensions: 12 in. (31 cm) high, 15 in. (39 cm) wide and 10 in. (25 cm) deep
  • Minifigures: 7
  • Price: $299.99/€299.99/£259.99 in LEGO Shop
  • Release date: December 1, 2023
  • Pre-order: October 30, 2024 with GWP
  • Age: 18+

The main color of the museum is olive green, and at the front, a staircase leads to double doors with a large white overhang supported by two white columns. On both sides of the staircase, there are small gardens with two minifigures as gray statues. On the right side stands a blossoming tree. The walls are adorned with two fabric banners advertising space and dinosaur exhibits, featuring images of the Jurassic World Brachiosaurus. The gray roof has skylights, and in the heart of the building, an imposing dome stands tall.

In the atrium, which serves as the centerpiece of LEGO Icons 10326 Natural History Museum, the impressive skeleton of a brachiosaurus is on display. The first floor houses exhibitions dedicated to natural history, while the second floor accommodates scientific artifacts and an exhibit referencing classic LEGO sets. The upper floor houses the administrator’s office and features two skylights.

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