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Here’s Every Set in the New LEGO Icons Range

LEGO Icons

On Monday, we shared the news of LEGO Icons, a new range that would encompass every 18+ LEGO set currently without a theme. As of now, that theme is now live, and we can share with you exactly what sets are part of it.

We were very close in our estimations, actually. As we suspected, the sets are those that once used to be deemed ‘Creator Expert’, that since 2020 have been without an overarching theme. The only sets we’re surprised to see in there are the Botanicals range; we assumed LEGO would simply count ‘Botanicals’ as its own theme. Apparently not.

The ‘Modular’ sets are now also classed as part of LEGO Icons. That means the Boutique Hotel, Police Station and new Modulars going forward will be part of the new brand.


Here’s every set in the LEGO Icons range:

  • Colosseum (10276)
  • Titanic (10294)
  • Optimus Prime (10302)
  • Ghostbusters Ecto-1 (10274)
  • Back to the Future Time Machine (10300)
  • Camp Nou – FC Barcelona (10284)
  • Real Madrid – Santiago Bernabéu Stadium (10299)
  • Old Trafford – Manchester United (10273)
  • Boutique Hotel (10297)
  • Police Station (10278)
  • NASA Space Shuttle Discovery (10283)
  • Volkswagen T2 Camper Van (10279)
  • Porsche 911 (10295)
  • Pickup Truck (10290)
  • Vespa 125 (10298)
  • Fiat 500 (10271)
  • The Friends Apartments (10292)
  • Queer Eye – The Fab 5 Loft (10291)
  • Santa’s Visit (10293)
  • Elf Club House (10295)
  • Adidas Originals Superstar (10282)
  • Bonsai Tree (10281)
  • Flower Bouquet (10280)
  • Orchid (10311)
  • Succulents (10309)
  • Bird of Paradise (10289)

In describing the LEGO Icons range, here’s what the company has to say:

“Designed for a challenging yet rewarding building experience, LEGO® ICONS™ sets showcase impressive landmarks, modular buildings, classic vehicles, pop culture favourites and beautiful home décor sets. Find your passion and immerse yourself in builds that are worthy to be displayed.”

So that’s the best way to think of the range: sets that are designed to be displayed.

You can browse the full range on LEGO’s website by clicking here.

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