Unboxing the Lego Friends Amusement Park Space Ride Building kit

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For building fun for your child, the Lego Friends Amusement Park Space Ride Building kit is a fun addition to your child’s Lego collection. It includes a rocket that spins and has articulated arms and hologram stickers to make it a more exciting experience for kids. The ride also includes a photo booth, ice cream stand, and more. This is a great building kit for boys and girls alike.

The LEGO Group started manufacturing plastic bricks in 1949. Since then, the company has released thousands of play sets with a wide range of themes, from pirates to space. The line has grown into a global business with the licensing of Disney, Star Wars, Pirates of the Caribbean, and Indiana Jones. The LEGO brand continues to expand with new releases, including the Ferrari F-150. The company recently acquired the worldwide rights to Disney’s “Frozen” franchise from Nickellate.

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Lego Friends Amusement Park Space Ride Building kit

The LEGO Group began in Ole Kirk Christiansen’s workshop in Billund, Denmark, in 1924. The name LEGO comes from the Danish words for “play well” and “godt,” which mean “truth.” Christiansen purchased a woodworking shop in Billund, where he built houses for farmers. He had a small staff of apprentices to help him out in his work. Unfortunately, his workshop burned down in 1924, after he set fire to a pile of wood shavings. However, the LEGO Group funded the research and continued to make the line.
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