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The New LEGO Eiffel Tower Is the Size of a Teenager

Measuring at 4.8 feet, it's the tallest LEGO set yet.

The complete LEGO Eiffel Tower sitting on a desk. It's nearly five feet tall.

If you’re up for a challenge, the new LEGO Eiffel Tower may fulfill your desires. Measuring at 4.8 feet, this is the tallest LEGO set of all time—it’s incredibly detailed, of course, and contains 10,001 pieces! The LEGO Eiffel Tower goes on sale November 25th for an eye-popping $630.

To make assembly easier, the LEGO Eiffel tower is split into four stackable sections. The base of the tower looks to be the most challenging section, as it’s quite large and attaches to a representation of the Champ de Mars gardens. (That said, the LEGO Eiffel tower has some pretty challenging architecture.)

As you build your way up the Eiffel Tower, you’ll recreate its elevators, office tower, broadcast tower, and finally, the pièce de résistance—a French flag.

Interestingly, this set doesn’t come with any minifigs or extra accessories. There isn’t even a plaque. It’s just a pure, massive representation of the Eiffel Tower. So, I suggest pairing it with other LEGO minifigs or sets in your collection, such as the LEGO Mighty Bowser.

The LEGO Eiffel Tower goes on sale on November 25th, 2022. It costs a whopping $630, though it’s obviously a collectible and a very cool item. If you order it on launch day, you’ll probably get it in time for Christmas.

LEGO Eiffel Tower Set

Check out the Eiffel Tower, LEGO’s tallest set to date. It contains 10,001 pieces and offers a detailed representation of the Eiffel Tower’s landscaping, elevators, and metalwork. Sales begin November 25th, 2022.

Source: LEGO

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