LEGO Creator: Pirate Roller Coaster - 923 Pieces (31084)

Model Number: 6213376
Web Code: 12662917

Overview

Build a pirate-inspired theme park with this Pirate Roller Coaster set from LEGO Creator. The fully functional coaster features water elements like a water cannon and splash zone. With the 3-in-1 set, you can also build different theme park rides like the Skull Ride and Ship Ride.
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  • Includes everything you need for building your own pirate-themed fairground with a working roller coaster that incorporates water-themed elements like a splash zone after a drop and a water cannon that fires away at riders
  • Suitable for ages 9 to 14 years
  • 3-in-1 model also includes pieces for building the Skull Ride or the Ship Ride to triple the creative options when playing with your LEGO Creator modular system
  • Pirate theme details include a skeleton figure, a skull archway, palm tree decorations, an octopus, a sunken galleon, pirate props, and shark carriages for those on the ride
  • Includes 4 mini figures to enjoy the rides at your pirate fairgrounds
  • Fairground accessories include a balloon stand, ticket booth, and even a roller coaster camera to create a more realistic fairground atmosphere when playing
  • Pirate roller coaster dimensions: Width: 66cm (25"); height: 24cm (9"); depth: 32cm (12")
  • Skull ride dimensions: Width: 34cm (13"); height: 14cm (5"); depth: 32cm (12")
  • Ship ride dimensions: Width: 54cm (21"); height: 14cm (5"); depth: 21cm (8")
Collection/Theme
LEGO Creator
Recommended Ages
9 Years - 14 Years
Number of Pieces
923

  • Light kit
    by Eddie82

    on January 9, 2020

    I bought this for my son for Christmas. I ended up building this for him because it's just too difficult for a child his age to sit and build. After it was built, I attached a light kit. This made it really come to life. I also bought the power supply. The only issue with the power supply that I have is the location of the power supply because you have to reach through, or over the supports or track. For me, it's ok because Im bigger, but for my son, since he's small, has a difficult time reaching and pressing the button. For example, one night when he tried to press the button, his arm knocked some of the track off.

    Review originally posted on shop.LEGO.com


  • So frustrated!
    by soster2000

    on January 4, 2020

    The roller coaster tracks do not stay together and the cars often get stuck. We have rechecked every connection and rebuilt sections as suggested by Lego. Nothing works. There were also several missing pieces. Luckily we have many sets of Legos and were able to find replacements.

    Review originally posted on shop.LEGO.com


  • Absolutely love it
    by Telmadee

    on January 2, 2020

    My hubby bought me this for my new years eve gift (last year bought me the vw beetle, and I loved it) only been building for a year, and in the past year we've built various star wars pieces, vw beetle, carousel, camper van and then the limited edition 1969 saturn v rocket, and Porsche which we loved, I'm totally addicted (I was obviously a lego deprived child) so this year the roller coaster.....absolutely love it, loved building it, best ever lego piece in my opinion, I've even been sad enough to put various star wars characters in the carts so they can have a fun day out too hahaha

    Review originally posted on shop.LEGO.com


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