NASA Apollo 11, CITY Mars Exploration Sets Now Available


The NASA Apollo 11 Lunar Lander set is now available directly from LEGO Shop@Home. The cost is $99.99 and features 1,087 pieces.

You can also pick up the CITY Mars Exploration sub-theme sets too!

  • 60224 Satellite Service Mission [$9.99 USD/$13.99 CAD]– build a shuttle with opening minifigure cockpit, plus a satellite with opening solar panels
  • 60225 Rover Testing Drive [$29.99 USD/$39.99 CAD] – explore the Mars Rover and accompanying equipment including laptop, video camera, remote control and rock drill
  • 60230 People Pack – Space Research and Development [$39.99 USD/$49.99 CAD] – celebrate all the professions that make space exploration possible with 14 minifigures including astronauts, a botanist, a personal trainer, a drone engineer and more
  • 60226 Mars Research Shuttle [$39.99 USD/$49.99 CAD] – blast to Mars and recover geodes, load them into a storage drone and send to the shuttle’s cargo bay
  • 60227 Lunar Space Station [$59.99 USD/$79.99 CAD] – features three detachable, modular compartments that recreate life at a space station with kitchen, living area and research lab
  • 60228 Deep Space Rocket and Launch Control [$99.99 USD/$139.99 CAD] – send astronauts via monorail to the multi-stage Space Launch System (SLS) rocket and prepare for launch by adding a mobile device and companion LEGO CITY Explorers app to simulate an interactive control panel
  • 60229 Rocket Assembly & Transport [$149.99 USD/$199.99 CAD] – prepare a rocket for launch with this assembly frame building with crane, transport crawler, multi-stage rocket and rover lab
  • 40345 MF Set– LEGO® City 2019 [$12.99 USD/$19.99 CAD] – Awesome LEGO® City minifigure set for role-play action

That last one, 40345, is new and wasn’t included as part of the initial announcement. A small 4-pack of minifigures and a small build. Not quite as robust as the People Pack, but more accessible to boost your CITY Mars Exploration sets.

There aren’t any current promotions to take advantage of, so if you’re the patient type, you should wait until June 5th to get the free, fan-created Space Rocket Ride GWP set along with it.

Imagine that: getting a space-themed GWP set at the same time the new Lunar Lander set is available. It’s almost as if they planned it that way or something.

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