Seven More LEGO Jurassic World Sets Are Coming to Stores in April

Today, LEGO has revealed seven more LEGO Jurassic World Dominion sets, due to release on 17th April. This is in addition to the three that were revealed earlier this week. And so, April’s going to be a good month for dino fans. Let’s take a closer look at each of the sets, shall we?

LEGO Jurassic World 76944 T. Rex Dinosaur Breakout

  • RRP £44.99
  • 140 pieces
  • Age 4+
  • Three minifigures and a T. rex

Since it’s a 4+ set, the T. Rex Dinosaur Breakout is a simpler build than usual, comprising larger pieces for small children to more easily put together. We feel like this might be a tempting set for older builders too, though, thanks to the inclusion of a T.Rex – arguably the king of all the dinosaurs! More information is available on LEGO.com.

LEGO Jurassic World 76948 T. Rex & Atrociraptor Dinosaur Breakout

  • RRP £79.99
  • 466 pieces
  • Age 8+
  • Four minifigures, a T. rex and an Atrociraptor

We’ve never heard of an Atrociraptor before. But there’s one here, including another T. Rex. This one’s a different colour to the set above, so we’ve got reason to buy both sets. Of course. It also comes with a buildable transport fan, and a basic structure for that huge T. Rex to destroy. Read more about it on the LEGO store’s website.

LEGO Jurassic World 76947 Quetzalcoatlus Plane Ambush

  • RRP £44.99
  • 306 pieces
  • Age 7+
  • Three minifigures and an Quetzalcoatlus

‘Quetzalcoatlus’ is a bit of a mouthful, but this white-coloured flying dinosaur is rather unique and likely one that many collectors will want in their collection. It also comes with a propeller plane with a cargo hold. Oh, and parts designed to easily break off when you’re staging your own dino attack. More information is available at LEGO.com.

LEGO Jurassic World 76946 Blue & Beta Velociraptor Capture

  • RRP £24.99
  • 181 pieces
  • Age 6+
  • Two minifigures, and Blue and Beta figures

If you’ve seen any of the Jurassic World films, you’ll already bea fan of Blue, the somewhat-tamed Velociraptor. For £24.99, this set feels like one of the best value upcoming Jurassic World Dominion sets. Not only does it contain Blue, it also features a baby Beta, a pick-up truck and a capture cage. Read more about the set at LEGO.com.

LEGO Jurassic World 76945 Atrociraptor Dinosaur: Bike Chase

  • RRP £17.99
  • 169 pieces
  • Age 6+
  • Two minifigures, an Atrociraptor and two baby dinos

We’re moving into pocket money set territory now. The Atrociraptor Dinosaur: Bike Chase features another Atrociraptor (yet again, in a different colour to the other set), along with two cute teeny-tiny dinos. There’s a small structure to build, along with a bike for Own Grady to ride around on. Read more about it at LEGO.com.

LEGO Jurassic World 76943 Pteranodon Chase

  • RRP £17.99
  • 94 pieces
  • Age 4+
  • Two minifigures and Pteranodon

It’s another 4+ set, with a simple build for beginners. There’s a cute fishing shack here, along with a flying Pteranodon, ready to cause a fuss. It comes with two minifigures: Maisie, who is busy fishing, and Own Grady, who has his own mini jeep to try and catch up to the dino in. Read more at LEGO.com.

LEGO Duplo 10938 Dinosaur Nursery

  • RRP £17.99
  • 27 pieces
  • Age 2+
  • One figure and three dinosaurs

Finally, here’s something for the youngest builders. This LEGO Duplo set features three oh-so-adorable dinosaurs, along with a figure of Claire Dearing. This isn’t a set about dinosaurs destroying the world, of course. It’s one all about taking care of innocent, friendly, baby dinos. Aww.

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  1. I want so much that there are for the next Lego Jurassic World :
    a remake Tyrannosaurus Rex figure with the tip of his upper jaw a little wider and the top of his head just above his eyes less extended;
    a remake Velociraptor figure directly based on the new Lego Atrociraptor figure with just the modified muzzle;
    a JP3 male Velociraptor figure based directly on the new Lego Atrociraptor figure with just the modified head.

    1. Thank you for commenting! I do wonder if LEGO will ever change the moulds, or if they’ll stick with what they have for continuity’s sake. But it’s good to see they are at least doing new ones. The dinos are so popular that I’m intrigued as to what they’ll do when the Jurassic World movie franchise finishes this summer… I do wonder if LEGO will bring back their own dinos theme, which would be the perfect excuse to re-evaluate the models.

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