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You can't go and see the Titanic in all its glory today – for obvious reasons – but Lego might just have devised the next best thing. The company has developed an enormous 9,090-piece Lego set based on the Titanic, and yes you can own it right now!

110 years ago, shipbuilding history was made. After three years of the hard work of 15,000 people, the Titanic left the river Lagan in Belfast to begin its journey in Southampton, UK.

Nearly everything about the ship was a first. It was built in the biggest slipway of its time and even its center anchor was the largest ever forged, weighing in at 16 tonnes!

It’s a story of determination, and here at The LEGO Group we’ve always been inspired by pioneers – by those who want to try harder, build bigger and test new waters. Which is why, 11 decades later, we’re paying tribute to one of history’s most important ships with one of our biggest LEGO sets ever created, the Titanic. At such a scale, it would almost be irresponsible of us not to lend a helping hand in how to display such an epic build! So, we’ve roped in some of our big-set-loving AFOLs (Adults Fans of LEGO) to help you with their top tips on how to display massive LEGO sets…

Priced at $999.00 this is a real collector piece. Australia has pretty much sold out right now but back orders are being accepted for February 2022.

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