LEGO Creator Expert 10253 Big Ben - £148.98 @ John Lewis
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LEGO Creator Expert 10253 Big Ben - £148.98 @ John Lewis

£149.98£179.9917%John Lewis & Partners Deals
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Found 13th Feb
Build one of the world’s most famous landmarks with the LEGO Creator Expert 10253 Big Ben set.

The Palace of Westminster sits on the north bank of London’s river Thames. The centre of British political life, the building contains the House of Commons and the House of Lords. This dramatic example of Gothic architecture is ready to be recreated by you.

This intricately detailed model features the 96-metre Big Ben, otherwise known as the Elizabeth Tower and the adjoining east wing of the Palace of Westminster.

Featuring a sculptural facade with windows, statues and shields, the iconic clock tower with its golden spires and intricate detailing, the Ayrton Light, and 4 beautifully crafted clock dials with moveable hour and minute hands.

The name ‘Big Ben’ refers to the bell and not the tower and if you remove the top of the tower, you can take a look at the famous bell!. There’s also a grass area, tree and footpath depicting the building’s location, to add the finishing touches to this magnificent model.
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What, no scaffolding?
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What, no scaffolding?
Well it's a steal to rebuild this one versus the real thing!
Still irks me when the tower gets called that.
Rolls off the tongue better than Elizabeth Tower
Scandalous that taxpayers' money is being used to build Lego.
Man this is tempting
a-j11 h, 55 m ago

Still irks me when the tower gets called that.


If you had read Lego's Product description you will see that they have actually addressed that.
CABellamy5 m ago

If you had read Lego's Product description you will see that they have …If you had read Lego's Product description you will see that they have actually addressed that.


I did, I probably would have had a lighthearted rant otherwise.
Was tempted until read it was 96 meters high.
Don't think it will fit in my garage
Edited by: "mrew42" 14th Feb


Here is a nice video with some detail. It's a little disappointing but hard for anything to compete with the impressive Taj Mahal.
This is tempting but I think it would be such a boring build 😩
I've booked a 3 night holiday for a family of 4 to London (from Edinburgh) for less than 150 quid.
Why do Lego deals always attract people who want to tell me what they’d rather buy with the money instead? There are lots of things I’d rather buy than most of the deals on HUKD, but I don’t feel the need to tell people about it. Maybe (just maybe) there are people who’ve already got a car and a tablet and don’t need another one?
Or even a holiday.
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