Hey guys! LEGO has just announced it’s largest set yet! The LEGO World Map 31203 contains 11,695 parts and will release on June 1, 2021 for $249.99 USD. At this price point, the now largest LEGO set, comes in cheaper then the previous top 10 largest sets released. Inspired by bathymetric mapping of the ocean floor, this is the latest addition to the LEGO Art sets, measuring 64cm in height x 104cm in width.

YouTuber, JANGBRiCKS, shows all the details and adds a bit of humour to keep things interesting. Check out his video:

See what YouTuber, just2good, has to say about the set:

Watch this video, by YouTuber, Bricksie:

World Map 31203

  • Set #: 31203
  • Set Name: World Map
  • Recommended Age: 18+
  • Number of Parts: 11,695
  • Dimensions: 64 cm (height) x 104 cm (width)
  • Release Date: June 01, 2021
  • Price: $249.99 USD

Alternate Design Options

As shown in the images, the main design option is based on a bathymetric mapping of the ocean floor. However, not only can you rearrange the continents, whether thats having the centre be Europe and Africa, America or Asia and Australia, but you also have the ability to choose how you would like the ocean to display. You can easily mark particular destinations, with the 1 x 1 cones that are already included.

Keeping in line with the other LEGO Art sets, you will have access to listen to podcasts as you build. This is to assist with relaxation among adults while you create your masterpiece. The podcast includes reports from:

  • Syazwani Baumgartner from the “Travel Muse Family” blog, which reports from a remote village
  • Torbjørn C. Pedersen, who was the first person to visit all countries in the world in one uninterrupted journey without flying
  • Dane & Stacey, a New Zealand couple who run the travel YouTube channel “Daneger & Stacey” and talk about a trip to the Cook Islands
  • Ernest White II, an American travel television reporter
  • Fiorella Groves, a LEGO designer and travel lover

What are your thoughts on the newest largest LEGO set? What would you do with the ocean design? Comment below!

Happy LEGO Building!

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