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LEGO Jurassic World “Jurassic Park: T. rex Rampage” Collectors Gate Set Revealed!

Today, celebrating the 26th anniversary of Jurassic Park’s theatrical release, LEGO has a very special new Jurassic World set announcement. Based upon the iconic gates from the beloved film, the ‘Jurassic Park: T. rex Rampage’ set is a must have for collectors and fans alike. Check out our video below, and read on for all the details!

Enjoy an advanced building experience and relive classic movie moments with LEGO® Jurassic World 75936 Jurassic Park: T. rex Rampage. This collectible construction toy includes 3,120 building bricks and features the original Jurassic Park’s iconic gate and a large, fully posable, brick-built T. rex dinosaur toy which is ideal for display. The trigger-activated gate is framed by a wall incorporating 7 detailed, brick-built scenes inspired by the movie, such as John Hammond’s dining room, Ray Arnold’s control room and a bunker for Ian Malcolm. A must-have for Jurassic World fans, this toy construction set includes 6 minifigures and baby dinosaur figure, plus a minifigure display stand with T. rex facts plate.

• This dinosaur toy set includes 6 minifigures: John Hammond, Ian Malcolm, Ellie Sattler, Alan Grant, Ray Arnold and Dennis Nedry, plus a baby dinosaur figure.

• Brick-built LEGO® T. rex dinosaur toy features snapping jaws, posable head, arms, legs and tail.

• The brick-built LEGO® version of the original Jurassic Park’s iconic gate has an opening function, jungle leaves and flame elements.

• The wall framing the gate features a buildable dinosaur nest with 2 cracked egg elements at the top and other brick-built scenes inspired by the movie, including: a bunker with a buildable bed for Ian Malcolm, flashlight and fire extinguisher, plus ladder and display case elements; power shed for scene with Ellie Sattler; John Hammond’s dining room with table and minifigure chair, plus ice cream, spoon and 3 cookie elements; Ray Arnold’s control room with a buildable desk, 3 computers and a minifigure chair; scene with a buildable bathroom; scene for Dennis Nedry with a buildable mud slide and shaving cream can.

• This display toy model also includes a buildable minifigure display stand with T. rex facts plate

.• Accessory elements include John Hammond’s hat and cane, and Alan Grant’s hat and dinosaur claw.

• John Hammond, Ray Arnold and Dennis Nedry minifigures are new for June 2019.

• This collectible toy building set includes 3,120 pieces and makes a great dinosaur gift for adults.

• Jurassic Park gate measures over 16” (42cm) high, 18” (48cm) wide and 5” (14cm) deep.•T. rex dinosaur measures over 8” (22cm) high, 27” (69cm) long and 6” (17cm) wide.

This set will only be available in LEGO stores, and shop.lego.com with a release date of June 19th for LEGO VIPS and July 1st for everyone else. Its retail price is $249.99, and is recommenced for ages 16 up.

Are you a fan of the new LEGO Jurassic Park collectors set, and will you be picking it up? Sound off in the comments below, and be sure to stay tuned to Jurassic Outpost for even more news this Jurassic June!

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26 thoughts on “LEGO Jurassic World “Jurassic Park: T. rex Rampage” Collectors Gate Set Revealed!

    1. Pretty much sign up for an account on the LEGO website and (I think) pick the option to be a VIP, unless it’s already implied when signing up. It’s free.

  1. All of the Lego dinosaurs should have been brick built from the start. This looks like a great set (though rather too steep for most people, myself included)

  2. Pretty disappointed, to be honest. I was very much looking forward to a detailed visitor center, but instead we get a $250 gate and a wild oversized Rexy. It looks nice, I suppose, but just not at all what I was hoping for.

    1. Don’t worry, there are rumors going aroind that this won’t be the last JP set we will get. Appearantly there is talk about a visitor center set that will have a genarro minifig among others and the two dinosaur skeletons and banner and everything.

      There is also talk about a minifig scale JP Raptor paddock. With Muldoon, two JP employees and two otjer figures. It will also include 3 Newly Jurassic Park style printed raptors and the moving crate from the beginning of JP.

      1. I do think rumors of the visitors center set were based on the rumored specs of this set, but I would be glad to be wrong!

    2. I agree. A visitor center would have been more attractive. And it is pricey as hell. I got the Lego Hogwarts Castle for $390 I think. And it is far more detailed, and beautiful than this Door.

    1. Totally agree. I would be so mad if I was that creator who submitted the idea. It’s amazing that no one is reporting on the controversy or the leaks around this set. I feel like a lot of fan sites have been contacted by LEGO and are either scared or are getting free stuff to review. That’s my conspiracy theory anyway.

    1. I remember him. Backed all his projects in the day! It’s to bad, could of had a jungle explorer instead of the “back” features…

    2. The scene bits thrown into the back are very few pieces. Compared to other current sets of that size or cost, the price is actually average for price to parts ratio. Not to day Legos arent a bit too pricey!

  3. Why are all the LEGO mini-figures’ images paired with a picture of the corresponding actors on the back of the box, except for Dr. Grant? LEGO Dr. Grant gets paired with… a LEGO toilet? I am confused. Did LEGO not acquire the rights to an image of Sam Neill?

  4. I love Lego and Jurassic Park. So far the JW sets have been a bit dissapointing for me. I bought the Hogwarts Castle a year ago, because it was detailed. I have been waiting for something similar to that big set with JP/JW but nothing. We only got he Mansion as a “big set” but nothing else. I have mixed feeling about this new set. The door is great, but for that and the T-Rex , it is a bit too pricey. For 100bucks less than the Hogwarts Castle you get this JP set with half the pieces? That is crazy. They should have done the Visitor Center instead. It is far more interesting. And for the kids, far more playable than a door.

    1. This isn’t exactly meant for kids. It’s more for adults and collectors of Jurassic Park who like to display their lego.

  5. I mean, the weakest part is CLEARLY the Tyrannosaurus… They should have just made a giant regular T.rex minifig to go with this. Still, whole thing is worth it just for the minifigs alone. That’s why I’m getting it.

    1. You will spend that much money on some small Lego Jurassic Park characters?!

      Wacky, but whatever floats your boat.

      1. Do you smoke? Does anyone in your family smoke?

        Do you know how much the average smoker spends on cigarettes?

        I don’t smoke. Or drink. Or gamble. Or pay my taxes… Lolz.

        I buy stuff like this.

  6. I ordered the set at on the 19th, chose the free (slowest) shipping option–and it arrived the 20th! I’ve never seen Lego and FedEx work so fast.

    I am about 30% done, as an adult with expendable income, I love this set, it’s going to make for a good display item, despite not scaling with other dinos.
    Definately I am still left hungry for more and I would I buy another D2C JP set, for sure.

    I certainly still have hopes for a Raptor Paddock and Visitors Center (exterior or interior hall).

    The mini-scenes in the back of the gate might make Lego not want to make sets of those, but it wouldn’t stop me from buying them if they did–judging from comments on other sites, it wouldn’t stop anyone else either.

    I don’t at all feel Lego stole the idea from the fan creator, as anyone would try to make a brick built dinosaur an it is entirely different.
    Still though the fans work was abdolutely amazing and strongly feel it should have been accepted for production in Lego Ideas.

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