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LEGO – Icons Natural History Museum | Set 10326

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Enjoy a creative building project with the LEGO® Icons Natural History Museum set for adults – a great gift idea for fans of history and science.

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Last updated on July 24, 2024 5:36 am
LEGO – Icons Natural History Museum | Set 10326
LEGO – Icons Natural History Museum | Set 10326

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Discover a space for relaxation with the LEGO® Icons Natural History Museum (10326) model building set for adults. Packed with iconic details, this addition to the Modular Buildings series houses an array of brick-built exhibits, including a brachiosaurus skeleton that towers through an atrium up to the museum’s 2nd floor. Embark on a fulfilling journey with this cool LEGO set as you craft each detail of the museum and its exhibits, piece by piece. The first floor offers a range of natural history exhibits, while the second floor focuses on space and science artifacts, with a separate display that references classic LEGO sets. The roof is home to the curator’s office and features 2 skylights that allow light to permeate the building. The set also includes 7 minifigures for storytelling and display. This set makes an immersive project for you and a great birthday gift for lovers of history and science museums. Check out the wide range of LEGO building kits for adults.

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  1. Anonymous

    In general, LEGO certainly knows how to design modular buildings, and Natural History Museum has a lot to offer as well. In addition to well-designed minifigures, although the pants could be printed sometimes, we have a very appealing front side, a well-designed roof, a nice color combination with a focus on Olive Green, and a beautifully detailed ground floor. The highlight, of course, are the exhibits, especially the dinosaur skeleton. In addition to natural history, LEGO also showcases their own history with references to Classic Space and Castle.
    However, what went wrong in general are the proportions and the overall design. Natural History Museum is simpler in structure compared to its predecessors, with a huge, uniform body. This makes the construction quite boring in some places, and one always has the feeling of holding an empty shoebox. In particular, the upper floor appears dull and drab, lacking decoration and additional exhibits.
    Unfortunately, LEGO also has issues with the materials, as both the Olive Green and Dark Tan | Sand yellow bricks have color variations, resulting in practically all exterior walls being somewhat blotchy.
    Overall, many things were done right, but I don’t understand why LEGO decided to only go with one building instead of at least two, as they have done in the past.

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