By The Brick: LEGO NINJAGO City Gardens

Yesterday afternoon the much anticipated third addition to the LEGO® NINJAGO City collection was revealed. This new Legacy set takes its inspiration from the two LEGO NINJAGO Movie NINJAGO City sets released in 2017 and 2018. Now it’s been kind of officially announced, it’s time for another LEGO By The Brick – a brief snapshot of the new NINJAGO City Gardens set. The set features over 5680 pieces, along with a whopping 19 Minifigures characters, the set is the perfect celebration of 10 years of LEGO NINJAGO. The LEGO NINJAGO City Gardens set will be available tomorrow for LEGO VIP members, you can learn more about the set here.


71747: LEGO NINJAGO City Gardens

  • Age – 14 and up
  • Model measures: over 29 in. (73 cm) high, 17.5 in. (44 cm) long and 13 in. (33 cm) wide
  • 5685 pieces
  • Includes 19 Minifigures: Young Lloyd, Kai, Zane, Urban Cole, Urban Jay, Urban Nya, Misako, Clutch Powers, Ronin, The Mechanic, Cece, Christina, Hai, Eileen, Kaito, Mei, Scoop, Tito, Sensai Wu’s Dog plus Golden Master Wu
  • Price: £274.99, €299.99, $299.99
  • Available From January 14th (VIP Early Access)


Rediscover cherished memories and favorite ninja heroes with this NINJAGO® City Gardens (71741) set for play and display. Celebrate the 10th anniversary of the world of NINJAGO by enjoying a rewarding and fun-filled building task.

A ninja toy for creative fun
There is something to enthrall NINJAGO fans on each of the brilliantly detailed three floors, including an ice cream shop, Chen’s noodle house, the control room and a museum celebrating the ninjas’ rich history. The building set is also packed with 19 minifigures, including all of the ninjas and some their allies, to enhance the build-and-play experience.

The ultimate construction set for all NINJAGO fans.
This hugely impressive model is guaranteed to excite NINJAGO fans of all ages: a nostalgia-filled tower to proudly display for older builders, and a world of play opportunities for youngsters. The mammoth set has 5,685 pieces, so parents can also enjoy a rewarding and fun bonding experience building it with their children.

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