The Lego Friends range has just been extended with a bunch of new sets, including a range of Amusement Park rides that allow you to build a complete theme park. Well, maybe not Disney World, but certainly a respectable local event.
The main set is 41130 Amusement Park Roller Coaster which is £89.99. Fans have been asking Lego to make a Roller Coaster for years, and while it’s not to the scale of the 10247 Ferris Wheel, it comes with it’s own wheel and test of strength as well (main photo up top).
Next we have 41127 Amusement Park Arcade, which is £12.99 and has a whack-a-mole, shooting gallery and basketball game that you’d find in the typical theme park arcade. No videogames though, I guess Lego would prefer you did something more old fashioned.
Then 41128 Amusement Park Space Ride, which at £17.99 is the kind of ride Noah currently loves, spinning through the air on a flying ship. It’s the kind of ride which seems really tame and designed for kids, but the spinning motion is likely to still make me throw up.
Everybody loves bumper cars, because it’s fun to smash into the car of the people who skipped the queue earlier in the day. 41133 Amusement Park Bumper Cars should satisfy your bumping needs, and it also comes with one of those rides that spins by lifting you high up into the air. That one is £34.99.
Finally we have the 41129 Amusement Park Hot Dog Van, where you can get yourself a snack. This one also comes with a photo board that you can stick your head through, although it doesn’t look like you could actually do that with the included figures. It also has a hot dog costume for one of the minidolls, which seems like it could be an uncomfortable thing to be wearing all day while you serve food. I do like the design of the van though, there’s some clever piece use there to get the bun shape.
All these sets are now available.