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Night at the Museum was first released in 2006, and this fantasy-comedy film directed by Shawn Levy garnered a large fanbase. It was based on the 1993 children’s book of the same name and stars Ben Stiller as Larry Daley, a divorced father who applies for a job as a night watchman at New York City’s American Museum of Natural History. This is where he discovers that the exhibits, animated by a magical Egyptian artifact, come to life at night. Now, it’s been turned into a 2,900-piece LEGO Ideas set.
Brick artist Nicolas Carlier has been recreating scenes from the movie for years using LEGO bricks, so what better way to pay tribute than by building an entire set based around the film? That’s exactly what he did, and what he ended up with was a museum, complete with minifigures of all of the main characters. It showcases the big entrance room and all it has to offer, including Rexy. More information here.
- Role-play as a paleontologist and imagine what life on Earth was like millions of years ago as you build intricately detailed LEGO models of pterosaur and dinosaur skeletons for display!
- In the box: buildable, posable Tyrannosaurus rex, Triceratops and Pteranodon skeleton models with displays stands, plus a LEGO paleontologist minifigure and sapiens skeleton figure, to recreate a natural history museum
- This collectible, 910-piece set makes a fantastic archaeology toy gift for all aged 16+ who love to build solo or to share their interest in natural history, dinosaurs and LEGO building with friends and family
- This LEGO Ideas Dinosaur Fossils 21320 construction toy is compatible with the LEGO construction toys, bricks and characters that you already own so you can create your own unique toy museum
- These 1: 32 scale pterosaur and dinosaur skeleton toy models make an eye-catching centerpiece in any room, with the T. rex skeleton model the biggest of the 3, measuring over 7” (20cm) tall and 15” (40cm) long
The night is coming to an end. I can’t talk any longer with you, I need to regain my pedestal now. Thank you for having kept an eye open on the museum tonight, you managed to put everything back in order again! You deserve some rest now! Also show your support with your friends and family,” said its creator.