LEGOLAND exclusive set uncovered

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Hoth Bricks has found a new LEGOLAND exclusive set, 40346, listed on a Danish classified ads site.

The set contains many rides and landmarks present at most of the LEGOLAND parks and while the sign above the gate proclaims that this is Billund the graphic at the bottom right of the box suggests that a sticker sheet with the names of the other parks is included so you can label it as you wish.

I suspect it's already for sale at the Danish park; I'll hopefully get a chance to find out when in Billund next week.

70 comments on this article

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By in United Kingdom,

Looks amazing, hope they supply this set with printed bricks rather than stickers!

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By in Australia,

Holy mackeral! That set is incredible!

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By in Germany,

Good thing is, this set looks quite easy to rebrick, apart from the possbily printed Billund specific bricks. But going by how LEGO likes to do things, I would almost bet you those "prints" will be stickers after all anyway.

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By in Netherlands,

Must have for visitors and LEGO enthousiasts.
Pity this Is not a normal release besides all the external IP releases.
Would be a massive promo for the park.

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By in Germany,

My impression is that there are stickers and the set will be available in all LEGOLAND parks. The selection of attractions is those rides that are quite common in the different parks. The main driver for my guess is the icon in the lower right edge of the box. In my opinion it depicts stickers with the different park names to choose from for the gate.

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By in United Kingdom,

Looks extra cool, love the castle themed Roller coaster in particular..

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By in United Kingdom,

Would be even greater if the set came with a miniature scale version of itself for the minifigs to buy XD

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By in Spain,

Awesome! I'm going in july :)

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By in Norway,

I need it! <3

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By in Portugal,

Yummy and inspiring set! Takes me back to the 90's due to the castle ride and colour scheme! Will add some ideas of it to my fairground. Would be nice to see it as a creator set!

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By in United Kingdom,

I'm looking forward to the LEGOLAND Windsor version. I could do with a few "Ride Closed" tiles!

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By in United Kingdom,

Statue of Liberty completeists will have to get this one...

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By in United Kingdom,

I didn't see it in LEGOLAND Billund when I was there on 5th May... Doesn't mean it wasn't there, of course...

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By in United Kingdom,

What's that big air traffic control tower-looking thing in the middle?

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By in United States,

I hope it's still available by the time the New York park opens in 2020. Of course, I don't know if I can justify buying this as my amusement park is already too full of rides.

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By in Germany,

Set will be available in all LEGOLAND parks and LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Shops worldwide from beginning June. It contains 1.336 pcs and 11 minifigures. Set wil cost around 100 Euros in Germany.

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By in United Kingdom,

Huw bring a few back for us!!

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By in United Kingdom,

wow wow wow

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By in United Kingdom,

Lovely. I like how big ben is right next to the statue of liberty.

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By in United Kingdom,

I’m going next week, hope it’s available!!!

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By in United States,

This is awesome! Love that it includes the dragon coaster! Though, is the spinning pirate-themed ride a real LEGOLAND attraction? I don’t recognize it…

Besides fond memories of my actual visits to LEGOLAND California, Florida, and Billund, this also reminds me of playing the LEGOLAND Park builder game on PC as a kid. It was pretty fun!

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By in United Kingdom,

Anyway to confirm if this is going to be exclusive to billund or worldwide legoland? I’ve seen the post above but what’s the source?

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By in United States,

Looks amazing, might be thw only way for me to go to a LegoLand park.

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By in United Kingdom,

^^ There's no way that LEGOLAND would commission a set like this and not make it available at all its attractions.

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By in United States,

Is this the biggest Legoland set? Most I see are between 200-400 pieces.

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By in Poland,

Does the dragon head has new part to make its ears?

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By in United Kingdom,

Wow, no queues at any of the rides.

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By in Denmark,

Aww man, I was at The LEGO House yesterday, and I heard people talking about an exclusive set - this must've been it.
Thanks Huw!

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By in United Kingdom,

umm wheres the driving school

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By in United States,

This set looks amazing! I hope it is not exclusive to LEGO Land Billund...

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By in United States,

And I just happen to be taking my kids to legoland for their first time this year. Hope this is available when we go.

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By in United States,

Love the Castle roller coaster! That would go great alongside the Creator Pirate Roller Coaster. Next, they should make a classic Space roller coaster, so you could have a classic LEGO themes theme park!

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By in Canada,

I'm not sure what it says about me that I'm more likely to get this set later this year in Billund than from the LEGOLAND here in California....

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By in Netherlands,

Amazing set, sadly limited again /sigh.

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By in United States,

The set might be nice, but surely—I can’t be the only one that thinks—the layout on the box is messy and cluttered-looking. There had to be a more attractive way to lay this out?

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By in United States,

So while everyone is thanking LEGO for releasing ONE region exclusive set in Europe few see the irony in the fact that LEGO still has several location exclusive sets?

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By in United States,

Once again, glad I'm only a casual collector. Hate to think what this'll go for on the 'bay...

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By in United States,

Oh man. I can verify it was not at California just last week. What a shame, as my likelihood of returning is quite low...

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By in United States,

I. Need. This!

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By in Latvia,

I really want this, probably my most wanted Legoland exclusive set!

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By in United States,

Anyone want to pick one up and ship it to the United States for me?

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By in United States,

Taking my kids to the Windsor one for the first time in about 5 years next month. Perfect timing - the price will be the determining factor for me, though...

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By in United States,

@Mattpj36 the driving school is in its own set, also out this year!

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By in United States,

@David1985: The announcement that they would no longer make sets regionally exclusive specifically excluded sets that were meant to be exclusive to certain specific experiences like the Lego House or Legoland Parks. And honestly it frustrates me to no end that anyone would object to that. A set like this is meant as a souvenir! It doesn't even seem to have any exclusive parts besides the sticker sheet, and there's little that it offers in terms of builds that can't be outclassed by MOCs or other sets, but that's not the point of a set like this—its value is in encapsulating the experience a kid or family has had at the park and allowing them to take it home with them in miniature. Taking that exclusivity away helps no-one and merely makes the experience of a visit to Legoland a little bit less magical.

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By in United States,

Isn't this a leak and thus forbidden to be shown on Brickset?

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By in United States,

Lyichir, so are you in favor of the Asian Exclusives? Or the Target Brickhead exclusives or the Comic Con Exclusives? Taking away the Asian exclusiveness helps no one and merely makes the experience of Asian culture getting their own sets a little bit less magical. Same with the comic con sets, they are souvenirs and having them offered to everyone makes them less special.

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By in United States,

The roller coaster is bigger than you would think.

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By in Australia,

@David1985 ...

"Taking away the Asian exclusiveness helps no one..."

Although selling much-wanted sets to a lot more people will help Lego make a lot more profit than they otherwise would've made, selling it to a lot less people.

So it helps nobody aside from Lego's bank account, you mean? How dare a business try to make a profit, I mean, the nerve of them, to be so unreasonable.

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By in United States,

@David1985: I have tried twice to reply and had my comment eaten both times, but in general, yes. AFOLs need to drop the toxic sense of entitlement that makes them think that if they can't have something no one should be able to.

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By in United States,

So far we've gotten a Batman coaster, a Pirates coaster, a Castle coaster, and a Friends coaster. They are really getting good mileage from those parts.

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By in United States,

@David1985:
"Taking away the Asian exclusiveness helps no one..."

It actually _hurts_ them. Think of how much money they'll miss out on from flipping hundreds of copies to the rest of the world, when the rest of the world knows they'll be able to get it a bit later for MSRP.

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By in Canada,

Darn, looks like another marked up purchase for me.

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By in United States,

Not sure if anyone’s noticed but the bottom right corner shows a sticker sheet to do each respective park. Wish they would’ve done more little ones instead of one big one but as a fan of the parks I’ll still pick it up

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By in United Kingdom,

Sorry can I get confirmation this is going on sale at the legoland Discovery Centres and not just Legoland Parks, as the Birmingham Discovery Centre is easier for me to get to and not have to pay to get in

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By in United States,

@Librarian1976,
Same here, and seeing as to how they have a sticker that clearly says New York.
Meaning it’s an option for the location of the park. Means that we likely have a really good chance of getting it at retail, and not having to pay double or triple on the secondhand market.
On another note I cannot wait for that park to open I’m sick of only being able to go to the discovery Center in Westchester County every third Thursday of the month on adult night.
My nieces and nephews are not into Lego anymore so I can’t even use them to get in and I don’t have a kid of my own yet LOL!

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By in United States,

Got it in LEGOLAND Billund today!

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By in United States,

Guessing it won't be available anywhere but the legoland parks and eBay. Don't have a park anywhere near me, but there is a brand store 20min away.

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By in United States,

@Deets16:
Have you considered trying to call up one of the parks or Discovery Centers and asking them if they'd be willing to ship it to you? You'd still be hit for shipping, but at least you wouldn't be paying a markup on the set itself.

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By in United Kingdom,

I happened to be in Legoland Germany today and it was for sale in all the shops for €99. It looks to have stickers included with all the park locations worldwide, so you can make your own version to celebrate your visit.
I picked up a set on the way out, it's unopened in the car, I'm in the hotel so can't open it. The girl at checkout said it had just come into the shop today (21st May) and was pleased I was one of the first to buy. The park was empty today and it was very wet and rainy. We still have a good time despite getting wet through.

Edit: I guess I should have bought two...

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By in United States,

I can confirm that they have lots in stock at LEGOLAND California. I was there today and picked one up for $90. It’s a great looking set!

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By in United Kingdom,

Legoland Windsor have confirmed that as of tomorrow (25/05/2019) it will be available in there, the price is £129.99.

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By in Canada,

I'm IN California, but the wrong half. Legoland is about 9 hours away by car. Ugh.

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