In a just over a weeks time, the UK celebrates Father’s Day and as exciting as socks or a nose hair trimmer is, why not give your pops a unique LEGO® gift, offering the perfect opportunity for some bonding while building. There are plenty of ace new LEGO sets and awesome classics to gift your Dad this Father’s Day. Plus until June 21st, use the code FDGB when you spend £35 or more to also get a free LEGO Speed Champions polybag set. Please note some sets are currently on backorder via LEGO.com, but you may find them available via other retailers including Smyths, Argos and John Lewis.
Give petrol heads the LEGO car of their dreams with the LEGO Technic Bugatti Chiron or the brand new Lamborghini Sián FKP 37. Each fitted with authentic interiors and elaborate cockpits, capturing the genuine feel of the cars.
Motorcycle fanatics can bring the atmosphere of the streets to the comfort of their own homes with the sophisticated LEGO superbike, with the LEGO Technic Ducati Panigale or hit the highway with the LEGO Creator Expert Harley-Davidson Fat Boy.
For a pocket money friendly build, choose any of the LEGO Speed Champions range, these smaller-scale supercars may not feature 100s of pieces but they recreate a number of iconic car brands for a great
It doesn’t have to be all about the vehicles this Father’s Day, there are plenty of other ace LEGO sets to enjoy. Build a bit of history with the all-new LEGO Architecture The White House.
Enjoy a blast from the past, with latest LEGO Ideas set. The Pirates of Barracuda Bay celebrates the much-loved bygone theme and can be built into one of two different models.
With so many great sets to choose from, this Father’s Day share your families LEGO builds using the hashtag #LetsBuildTogether, and tune in for live build-a-longs + more on LEGO socials & on lego.com/letsbuildtogether, the recently launched initiative aiming to give play inspiration to children and parents alike to help families stay curious, creative and connected.
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