Treat kids to unexpected play options in this Avatar toy set
Adventure awaits anyone aged 9 and up who’s passionate about Avatar, with this LEGO® Avatar Floating Mountains: Site 26 & RDA Samson (75573) building toy set. The set includes 2 Jake Sully minifigures (in Na’vi and human forms), 3 other minifigures, a Direhorse (Pa’li) figure, futuristic SA-2 Samson helicopter, Site 26 container with mobile link station, plus a build with glow-in-the-dark elements.
Boost a fan’s love of Avatar and nature with this creative set, which lets kids, independently or with friends or family, play out movie scenes or tell new stories. Mix sets (sold separately) to make unlimited versions of Pandora.
Experience the possibilities
Filled with iconic characters and locations, LEGO Avatar sets offer exciting story, action and play options. They also look great on display, with a detailed environment build made for posing the models so older kids and fans can enjoy a joyful focus as they build and rediscover the vibrantly colorful universe.
Adventure and fun – Kids aged 9 and up can tell endless stories as they build and play with this LEGO® Avatar Floating Mountains: Site 26 & RDA Samson (75573) toy set and explore the world of Pandora
What’s in the box – This LEGO® set includes 5 minifigures, a Direhorse (Pa’li) figure, SA-2 Samson helicopter and Site 26 mobile link station, plus a scene with glow-in-the-dark elements
Display or play – Kids and Avatar fans can recreate a scene from the movie, tell a new story, or set up a dynamic display with the SA-2 Samson helicopter hovering over the mobile lab and link station
Discover Pandora – Passionate young environmentalists can spend hours exploring Pandora in the futuristic SA-2 Samson helicopter toy or work on serious scientific discoveries at Site 26’s lab
Imaginative gift – The SA-2 Samson helicopter measures over 4.5 in. (11 cm) high, 10.5 in. (26 cm) long and 9.5 in. (24 cm) wide; Site 26 lab measures over 6 in. (16 cm
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