This magnificent model focuses on the palace’s east wing with its famous balcony, forecourt and palace gates. Measures 3” (10cm) high, 7” (20cm) wide and 7” (19cm) deep.
This set really captured the imagination of my son and has opened up another world for him. The building has since played host to state visits, investitures and private audiences, and in 2015 opened its doors to the general public, offering state room tours. This was my 7th set in the series which have all been a joy to put together. The detail is great and they are fun to build.This is one of the larger sets so it also takes a little more time to build then the skyline sets. There was no missing pieces at all and only extra pieces just incase. The lego was really big and the instructions booklet even has the history of the buckinham palace. Something that really stands out is the fountain. Some intresting details that stand out was the telephone both and the car.
I really thing the person on the statue stands out.
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The lego set took 2 hours to build and easy. The kit itself was pretty straight forward and easy to build. But, because of the level of detail, it took about 15 hours to complete.
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