Lego does not currently produce a Lego Titanic set for sale. An avid Lego and Titanic fan can buy a limited edition Titanic building block set from Cobi.Know More
Creating a Titanic ship replica made from Lego blocks is possible to do without an official set. At Lego Ideas, there is an impressive model of the RSS Titanic made with Lego blocks posted for public view. This is a private project built mainly using older building blocks. Several photos taken at different angles show off the finished model. Lego encourages fans to make special models such as the Titanic and enter it as an idea for the company to consider.
According to Lego Ideas, people that share photos and descriptions of impressive projects have an opportunity for it to be taken into consideration for development. An idea must receive at least 10,000 supporter votes in order to have it seen by the company's review board. Lego states once a project reaches this level of support they will give it a fair shot. This means that if the RSS Titanic model ideal reaches 10,000 or more supporters, the company may develop a building set. One way to make this dream come true is to vote for the Titanic model and spread the word to others.Learn more in Toys
Lego bricks can be used to build several types of houses, so the first step is deciding on a design. Lego sells pre-designed kits with all the pieces and instructions, but you may also use a general collection of bricks to make your own design.Full Answer >
The biggest Lego set appeared in 2008 as number 10189, the "Taj Mahal." It had 5,299 pieces. This is the largest set in "pieces." The largest Lego set purely in "size" is number 10179, the "Millennium Falcon," that was sold in 2007 and had 5,195 pieces.Full Answer >
Legitimate Mr. Gold Lego figurines, from the 71001 Minifigure Series 10, are found on auction and collector sites online such as eBay. When buying it is important to use caution to ensure that the figurine is genuine.Full Answer >
The original LEGO factory is located in Billund, Denmark, and is still operational. There are LEGO factories in Mexico, Hungary, Denmark and the Czech Republic. There are also small factories at the LEGOLAND theme parks in England, Germany and the United States.Full Answer >