LEGO 71741 Ninjago City Gardens set is listed on LEGO Shop [News]

The upcoming exclusive LEGO set 71741 Ninjago City Gardens is now listed on the UK regional page of the LEGO Shop. The set will be available starting January 14 for members of LEGO’s free VIP loyalty program, and for everyone on February 1. The product will retail for US $299.99 | CAN $399.99 | UK £274.99.

It’s been less than a week since we took a first look at Ninjago City Gardens, and over the weekend the Bricks World LEGO Certified Store in Singapore published more official product images. Now, with the set listed on the main online LEGO shop, we can discover nearly all the features of the theme’s largest-ever set.

Ninjago City Gardens will be the third in the Ninjago City series and includes 19 minifigures. One of the pictures available on the products page shows the whole cast.

Detailed shots reveal regular apartments as well as the museum section of the City Gardens.

A series of interior shots reveal the actual size of the City Gardens model. It measures over 29 in. (73 cm) high, 17.5 in. (44 cm) long, and 13 in. (33 cm) wide.

5 comments on “LEGO 71741 Ninjago City Gardens set is listed on LEGO Shop [News]

  1. CDSlice

    I am very confused about the timeline for these figures. Nya, Jay, and Cole all look like their Ninjago movie versions but Lloyd is a kid and his mom is the older Ninjago TV show version instead of the younger movie version? Also why is there a girl with the Green Ninja on her clothes when the Green Ninja is still a little kid? How does the existance of two Lloyds and two Misakos from multiple time lines in the same city block not lead to time paradoxes???

  2. Chris (TBB Managing Editor)

    It actually depends on how you count minifigures. Sometimes LEGO includes droids/robots in the minifigure count, but often they do not. And LEGO’s catalog itself that we reported the other day has different counts, with one place saying it has 20 minifigures, and another place saying it has 19. The 20 seems to include Sensei Wu’s dog, while the 19 seems to include Scoop the robot, who doesn’t use any traditional minifigure elements. There are 18 traditional minifigures.

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