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Display and role-play with this majestic meter-high LEGO brick 6224324 of the NASA Apollo Saturn V. Packed with authentic details, it features 3 removable rocket stages, including the s-ivb third stage with the lunar lander and lunar Orbiter. The set also includes 3 stands to display the 6224324 horizontally, 3 new-for-june-2017 Astronaut microfigures for role-play recreations of the Moon landings, plus a booklet about the manned Apollo missions and the fan designers of this educational and inspirational LEGO Ideas set.

Customer Reviews

If you’re wondering what the frustration free packaging is…

 on September 13, 2017
By Michael
This is such an awesome set. It’s my favorite realistic space set and I thought nothing would beat the space shuttle. It’s the perfect father and son build. It has some creative building and a lot of great little details. It has a high piece count for the price. And it’s a crazy moon rocket! What can possibly compete?

Awesome

 on July 22, 2017
By Chas J.
First Lego kit I’ve done since I was a kid. This set was fun to put together with my daughter and is a great, accurate model as well.

Awesome set but beware the price!

 on June 1, 2017
By Brandon
This LEGO Apollo Saturn V is the biggest and imo the best Ideas set to date. Terrific detail and the completed rocket is over 3 feet tall! Can be displayed upright or horizontally on stands. Fun to build and beautiful to display!

So impressive and totally worth the cost.

 on December 25, 2017
By The LEGO Guy
This is perhaps one of the most significant LEGO sets of the century. This set is massive and will be an absolute hit in your household. Take advantage of the awesome price to piece ratio and enjoy this set that will blow you away in sheer size. Also, take advantage of the frustration-free packaging, as this will ensure you get an undamaged LEGO box as it comes directly from LEGO in a tightly fit box. Two thumbs up for this amazing set.

Top Notch LEGO Ideas Kit!

 on June 4, 2017
By Jonathan W. Atkinson
Received the kit, prompted some drooling (as required), and began building! Only took a couple hours, but I savored every second! Now stands proud next to my Revell 1:144 Saturn V and LEGO Discovery!

Best. Set. Ever.

 on January 12, 2018
By Jim S.
The reward for dealing with a daily commute, desk job, long hours, and having your phone go off at all hours of the day is that you get to buy Lego sets like this.

So.very.cool!

 on December 28, 2017
By trailblder
Just finished building this last night in a 5 hour cream soda and twizzler building binge. It’s LEGO. Good quality, the design makes sense and it was a lot of fun. It is to scale, so if you’re expecting to play with the mini-figs, prepare to be disappointed. They are about a 1/4 inch high. The finished set is very tall (or long depending on how you choose to display), unless you choose to display as separate booster units. Instructions were easy to understand, and the booklet is the size of a magazine and contains some really great supplementary material about the Apollo mission, pictures, and information about the process of design and build of both the real thing and the lego version. Worth the money. As it has already sold out from LEGO once, buy now to ensure you don’t lose access to such a unique set…. these types of sets always go up in value.

Truly a fantastic kit. One of the best Legos ever made

 on December 30, 2017
By jon
Truly a fantastic kit. One of the best Legos ever made. Assembly took me about 7 hours (!), which for the price is quite a good return on price.

Even if you’re not into LEGO, or think you’re too old, this thing rocks!

 on December 5, 2017
By Kyle Biggs
I haven’t built a LEGO set in over a decade. I’ll probably never build one again. But this was an awesome experience.

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