Top 10 Pop Culture-Inspired LEGO Builds For You To Try At Home

If you are a lover of pop culture, and your personal space is adorned with Pokémon, Star Wars, Marvel, or Mario-themed products and devices, then, well you’re at the right spot. Because we’re gonna take it up a notch for you and introduce you to some pop-culture-based LEGO builds. We’ve curated some of our favorite pop culture LEGO builds for you to try building by yourself! From a LEGO version of the Brooklyn 99 show to LEGO variant of Harry Potter’s Sorting Hat – these LEGO builds are complete collector’s items for pop culture lovers.

1. LEGO Brooklyn 99

Brooklyn 99 is one of my favorite TV shows ever, and LEGO creator Ben Fankfauser immortalized it with this adorable build which encapsulates the entire 99th precinct, including all the rooms and characters from the show. The detailed set includes almost everything, ranging from the bullpen to the captain’s office, and the printer room as well! Integral and precise aspects of the precinct’s floor were recreated, and some secret details like Holt’s pet corgi Cheddar were added to the mix as well.

2. LEGO Sorting Hat

Harry Potter fans should rejoice because the LEGO Group recently unveiled the Sorting Hat! The Sorting Hat has unveiled a dedicated LEGO version, with a hidden sound box that will emit out loud randomized phrases in English, which we all are familiar with. It is 9.5 inches tall, and 7.5 diameters in length, and it can adorned on a stand that features Gryffindor, Slytherin, Hufflepuff, and Ravenclaw house symbols.

3. LEGO Seven Dwarf’s Cottage

Meet this adorable LEGO version of the Seven Dwarf’s Cottage from the iconic Disney animation – the Snow White movie. This lavish build is made of 2228 pieces, and 10 mini figurines. It is intriguingly and precisely detailed to bring to mind all the interesting and memorable aspects of the tale. The build also comes along with Snow White’s glass coffin, the Evil Queen with the forbidden red apple, the Seven Dwarfs, and the Prince.

4. The LEGO® Jurassic World Dinosaur Fossils: T. rex Skull

The LEGO® Jurassic World Dinosaur Fossils: T. rex Skull (76964) is one of the first Jurassic World sets intended for museum-like display. It is a 577-piece set that includes a T. Rex skull with an opening jaw, and a stand to proudly display it. The build also includes an info plaque, an amber piece at the back, and a fossilized footprint.

5. LEGO Miller’s Planet Scene

LEGO builder Minibrick Productions has recreated the iconic Miller’s Planet scene from the iconic Interstellar movie with this little LEGO-based build that features the ranger aircraft, astronauts Cooper and Brad, and the shapeshifting robots TARS and CASE. The two robots are equipped with repositionable arms that allow them to walk like humans, while Hathaway and McConaughey wear their space suits.

6. LEGO R2D2

To commemorate the 25th anniversary of Star Wars, LEGO has launched a 1050-brick version of R2D2. R2-D2 is the iconic droid in the multiple Star Wars adventures, who was loved by everyone! He is making a fascinating return in his brick-built form, in a compact and smaller form than the 2214-brick version 3 years ago. It is intended for younger galactic lovers aged 9 and above.

7. LEGO The Great British Bake Off

The Great British Bake Off is now available in a LEGO version! The LEGO Great British Bake Off is equipped with an impressive amount of detail. It recreates almost every aspect and element of the show, down to the tiniest and minute details. It features six decked-out participant islands littered with utensils, a sink, burners, a KitchenAid mixer, and an oven at the bottom. The backdrop is adorned with signature string lights, Union Jack flags, and a kitchen pantry.

8. LEGO Avengers Tower

This impressive LEGO set measures 35.5 inches tall, and it was created as a part of the 60th anniversary of the Avengers. It is supposed to be one of the tallest sets when put together! As you look at it, you’ll notice the Quinjet, Leviathan, and two Chitauri flyers from the 2012 Avengers Assemble. The interior of the set features scenes from the Infinity Sage, Age of Ultron party, and Endgame.

9. LEGO Super Mario Piranha Plant

LEGO collabs with Mario in the form of this LEGO Super Mario Piranha Plant. The build is made up of 540 pieces, and when you put it together you get a sharp-toothed Piranha Plant! The build commemorates this little ‘villain’ from the game, and it is also camera-ready letting you show off that you’ve completed the masterpiece. It features the spiky leaves, the polka-dot head, and the green pipe from which it grows.

10. LEGO Quidditch Trunk

Meet the LEGO Quidditch Trunk! It may not be LEGO’s most complex or difficult Harry Potter build, but it is quite entertaining and interactive. It is a 599-brick build and is equipped with a comprehensive Quidditch setup that includes brooms, hoops, players, and a launcher that lets you shoot disc-shaped quaffles through the hoops.