In addition to the amazing LEGO models created by builders all over the world, The Brothers Brick brings you the best of LEGO news and reviews. This is our weekly Brick Report for the third week of August 2019.
TBB NEWS, REVIEWS AND FEATURES: This week we took a tour of the Strong National Museum of Play, saw pre-orders arrive for the new 2019 Advent Calendars, reviewed the upcoming Disney Train and station.
- LEGO, Vintage Toys, Video Games and more at The Strong National Museum of Play [FEATURE] – We take a look at one of the premier toy history museums in the world, including an exclusive behind the scenes tour given to the Brothers Brick.
- All aboard the new 3,000-piece Disneyland LEGO set, 71044 Disney Train and Station [Review] – LEGO is revealing the newest Disney set, and we’ve got a full, hands-on review to show you all the details of this recreation of Walt’s beloved Disneyland Railroad!
- LEGO reveals massive new Disneyland Railroad set, 71044 Disney Train and Station – LEGO releases Disney’s train and station for an instantly recognizable model that’s sure to trigger memories of visits to Disneyland. The set features tracks and Powered Up functions for endless hours of play.
- LEGO Advent Calendar 2019 revealed and available for pre-order on Amazon (US) – With Harry Potter as a new Advent Calendar family series released this year, will you be getting all 4 of them including Star Wars, City and Friends? The good news is you can now pre-order them on Amazon and get them before anyone else does once they’re out in September.
- LEGO Shop Online now selling full cases of Disney Collectible Minifigures – The LEGO Shop Online has added full cases of Disney Series 2 minifigures for sale, meaning you can easily get a full set without hunting packages in the store!
OTHER NEWS: There were quite a few other interesting LEGO news articles from around the web this week. Here are the best of the rest:
- XBox AND Lego: Ultimate unboxing by 215 McCann, The Drum – How do you unbox the biggest Lego box? Surprise one of the of the world’s most famous YouTube toy unboxers, of course.
- Lego creates special bricks to teach Braille, CBS – Lego’s Braille Bricks are expected to hit American classrooms next year.
- The Lego Movie World coming to Legoland California in 2020, Attractions Magazine – Legoland California Resort revealed its big surprise for its 20th birthday.