Rangers

Want to own an official Lego® national park set? So do we! You can help make this happen by voting for the set on the Lego Ideas website: http://ow.ly/KG74S.

play-184783_640Many of us have memories of playing with Legos when we were kids, and the great experiences they inspired. They’re educational and they provide a fun play and building experience. Legos (from a Danish phrase meaning “play well”) have come a long way since the first interlocking pieces were manufactured in 1949, and today, Lego produces scores of different themed kits, from Star Wars and Batman, to Cinderella and Mickey Mouse.

A National Park Service-themed set, if approved, could arrive just in time for the NPS Centennial in 2016. Ideas for Lego sets depicting national park scenes are being considered on the site now. But we need your help! Lego will only consider producing them when they have received 10,000 likes through their Lego Ideas website.

We would love to offer the Lego experience to visitors at our national park stores. It only takes a few moments to create an account and support this project on the Lego Ideas website. Plus, on the website you can add your own ideas as well. Again, you can help make this happen by voting for the set on the Lego Ideas website: http://ow.ly/KG74S.

Below are a few ideas for park-themed sets:

Everglades Katmai Saguaro