Power Up The LEGO Holiday Main Street

Earlier this afternoon the 2022 Winter Village set was officially unveiled. The Holiday Main Street features two quaint shops, a festive scene and a Christmas tree. It also includes a vintage street tram, which can be brought to life by adding Powered Up elements. Once a set which can be jazzed up with Powered Up functions is released, those extra parts always become difficult to source due to increased demand. So if you’re planning on adding Powered Up functions to your 2022 LEGO Winter Village Collection set, here are the parts you’ll need.


The tram requires three extra products in order for powered functions to work, along with the train track to run it along. They include a power hub, train motor and lights. You can always source these from other sets or buy them all separately. Some products may already be temporarily unavailable but add a stock alert for when they get restocked.


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