LEGO Ideas Contest – Castle Theme Celebrations

The second of the weekly 90 Years of Play LEGO® Ideas contest has begun. There will be 5 contests over the next 5 weeks, with the first one themed around creating a micro-scale of your favourite LEGO set. Although that’s still running for another week, the next contest begins today and wants builders to create micro-scale versions of your favourite Castle sets. You could shrink down any number of iconic LEGO Castle sets released over the years. One grand prize winner will receive a LEGO prize pack featuring all of the 90 Years of Play sets including the Lion Knights’ Castle and Classic Space Galaxy Explorer. Learn how to enter below.

LEGO Ideas Contest 90th

90th Anniversary – Castle Theme Celebration

Castle is an iconic theme we all know and love. Right?! Could you build your favourite castle themed set in micro-scale to celebrate the 90th anniversary of the LEGO Group?

Join in the second contest as part of our 90th Birthday Celebrations!

90th Contest Wk 1 Prizes

The Grand Prize winner will receive the following prizes: 

  • 11021: LEGO Classic 90 Years of Play  
  • 10305: LEGO Icons Lion Knights’ Castle 
  • 10497: LEGO Icons Galaxy Explorer 
  • 40567: LEGO Forest Hideout (Gift with Purchase)
  • 30510: LEGO 90 Years of Cars

Contest closes on July 14th 2022. Please Read Full Terms and Conditions on the LEGO Ideas Contests Website

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