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Lego has finally revealed the giant Avengers Tower, and it’s a sight to behold

Lego Marvel Avengers Tower

It feels like we’ve been waiting for this one forever, and it’s finally almost here: the Lego Marvel Avengers Tower, all 5,201 pieces of it, is coming to stores on 24th November.

Yes, over 5,000 pieces make up the biggest recreation of the Avengers Tower yet. It stands at just over 90cm tall, making it just slightly taller than the Daily Bugle. Just how brilliant will these two sets look side-by-side?

Lego Marvel Avengers Tower
Look at the sheer scale of the Avengers Tower (All images: Lego)

You’ll find plenty of detail on the inside of Lego Avengers Tower, with each floor recreating iconic scenes from across the Marvel Cinematic Universe. There’s also numerous Marvel vehicles included, to scale with the tower: there’s the Quinjet and two Chitauri chariots. There’s even a Leviathan ready for battle.

Check out the internal details of the Avengers Tower in the images below:

  • Lego Marvel Avengers Tower
  • Lego Marvel Avengers Tower
  • Lego Marvel Avengers Tower
  • Lego Marvel Avengers Tower

Perhaps most impressive, though, is the amount of minifigures that are included here. You’ll find no less than 31 here, which might be the most of any set so far. All the characters you’d expect to find are here, including Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, Ant-Man, a Hulk big-fig, Nick Fury, Hawkeye, The Wasp, Ant-Man, Wanda Maximoff and more.

Lego Marvel Avengers Tower
The minifigures included with Lego Avengers Tower

Let’s get to the important stuff: the price. Of course, 5,201 pieces of a Marvel-branded set isn’t going to come cheap. The Lego Marvel Avengers Tower will cost £429.99 when it releases on 24th November. Expensive, yes, but actually, we thought it would be more. You’re certainly getting a lot for your money here.

Unfortunately, pre-orders aren’t open yet but you can find more information on Lego’s store page.

Will you be picking up the Avengers Tower? Let us know in the comments below.

Written by Kim

Hi, I'm Kim, the creator of I loved Lego as a kid, but didn't get back into the plastic bricks until my late 20s. In the last several years that love has become an obsession, and Lego has taken over my house, and my life! When I'm not building Lego, I'm likely to be playing video games or writing about them: I'm also the co-owner of

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