Space exploration playset for kids
Give young space fans a treat with this NASA-inspired LEGO® City Lunar Roving Vehicle (60348) playset. The rover comes with 12 wheels for omnidirectional steering, 2 inspection arms and room for the 3 astronaut minifigures, plus a meteorite setting to kick-start the play. Combine this set with others from the LEGO City Space universe for even more space fun.
LEGO building toy for kids aged 6 and up
This playset includes a step-by-step pictorial building guide and interactive digital building instructions. Available in the free LEGO Building Instructions app for smartphones and tablets, the intuitive digital guide comes with amazing zoom and rotate tools that allow kids to visualize models from all angles as they build.
Welcome to a universe of imagination
LEGO City Space toy playsets come with feature-rich models inspired by real NASA machines, vehicles and spacecraft, plus inspiring astronaut characters for imaginative, open-ended play based on real-life space missions.
NASA-inspired space toy for kids aged 6 and up – Take kids’ creativity to new horizons with this LEGO® City Lunar Roving Vehicle (60348) build-and-play set
What’s in the box? – Everything kids need to build a feature-rich Lunar Roving Vehicle and meteor-impact setting, plus 3 astronaut minifigures
Building toy for imaginative play – The Lunar Roving Vehicle comes with 12 wheels for omnidirectional steering, plus lots of functions based on those of a real moon rover
A fun anytime gift– This LEGO® City Lunar Roving Vehicle toy can be given as a birthday, holiday or any-other-day gift for kids aged 6 and up
Play on the go – When built, the toy Lunar Roving Vehicle measures over 4 in. (10 cm) high, 5.5 in. (14 cm) long and 4 in. (10 cm) wide, so kids can take it wherever they venture
Includes LEGO® minifigure accessories – This toy moon rover playset comes with fun accessories for imaginative play, including a saw, shovel, planet-surface scanner and helmets
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