Today, in conjunction with the 26th anniversary of the Jurassic Park movie, LEGO is announcing a 3,120 piece, $249 dollar set, 75936 Jurassic Park: T. rex Rampage.

I have a lot of thoughts about this set, but I’m going to save them. I might actually spend the absurd amount of money and buy this set to review. Because it certainly doesn’t feel like it’s worth the $250 dollar price tag and I want to see if that cost is justified. But right now, my reaction to this set after marinating over the photos and details the past couple of days remains the same as when I first saw them. And that is: “That’s it?”

This open-shirt minifig of Ian Malcom totally makes it worth it. Like, totally.

75936 Jurassic Park: T. rex Rampage goes on sale on July 1st with VIP Early Access on June 19th.


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Office Product Description

75936 Jurassic Park: T. rex Rampage
Ages 16+. 3120 pieces

US $249.99 – CA $299.99 – DE €249.99 – UK £219.99 – FR €249.99 – DK 1899DKK
*Euro pricing varies by country. Please visit for regional pricing.

Build and display the classic Jurassic Park gate and T. rex dinosaur toy!

Enjoy an advanced building experience and relive classic movie moments with LEGO® Jurassic World 75936 Jurassic Park: T. rex Rampage. This collectible construction toy includes 3,120 building bricks and features the original Jurassic Park’s iconic gate and a large, fully posable, brick-built T. rex dinosaur toy which is ideal for display. The trigger-activated gate is framed by a wall incorporating 7 detailed, brick-built scenes inspired by the movie, such as John Hammond’s dining room, Ray Arnold’s control room and a bunker for Ian Malcolm. A must-have for Jurassic World fans, this toy construction set includes 6 minifigures and baby dinosaur figure, plus a minifigure display stand with T. rex facts plate.

  • This dinosaur toy set includes 6 minifigures: John Hammond, Ian Malcolm, Ellie Sattler, Alan Grant, Ray Arnold and Dennis Nedry, plus a baby dinosaur figure.
  • Brick-built LEGO® T. rex dinosaur toy features snapping jaws, posable head, arms, legs and tail.
  • The brick-built LEGO® version of the original Jurassic Park’s iconic gate has an opening function, jungle leaves and flame elements.
  • The wall framing the gate features a buildable dinosaur nest with 2 cracked egg elements at the top and other brick-built scenes inspired by the movie, including: a bunker with a buildable bed for Ian Malcolm, flashlight and fire extinguisher, plus ladder and display case elements; power shed for scene with Ellie Sattler; John Hammond’s dining room with table and minifigure chair, plus ice cream, spoon and 3 cookie elements; Ray Arnold’s control room with a buildable desk, 3 computers and a minifigure chair; scene with a buildable bathroom; scene for Dennis Nedry with a buildable mud slide and shaving cream can.
  • This display toy model also includes a buildable minifigure display stand with T. rex facts plate.
  • Accessory elements include John Hammond’s hat and cane, and Alan Grant’s hat and dinosaur claw.
  • John Hammond, Ray Arnold and Dennis Nedry minifigures are new for June 2019.
  • This collectible toy building set includes 3,120 pieces and makes a great dinosaur gift for adults.
  • Jurassic Park gate measures over 16” (42cm) high, 18” (48cm) wide and 5” (14cm) deep.
  • T. rex dinosaur measures over 8” (22cm) high, 27” (69cm) long and 6” (17cm) wide.

Available directly from LEGO Stores & from July 1, 2019 (June 19, 2019 for LEGO VIP)

US Contact Center 1-800-453-4652
CA (English) Contact Center 1-800-453-4652 CA (French) Contact Center 1-877-518-5346 European Contact Center 00-800-5346-1111

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  1. I think the thing that would’ve pushed this set over the top is the jeep from the tour. Did they ever do an official set of any cars from the first film? I know they’ve done vehicles from the “Jurassic World” movies, but I forget if there may’ve been any from when LEGO did Jurassic Park 3.

    And the vignettes from the movie stuck in the back of the doorway are a nice added feature, as the door itself (while accurate) would probably be a dull build otherwise. But is a weird way to incorporate them into a set. Also, what’s the point of having the toilet stall if there’s no lawyer minifig to get chomped?

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