Every one of us had a LEGO set or at least some generic building blocks while growing up, and to most of us these little plastic bricks bring back the greatest memories. Some people though, are not ready to leave the memories of when they were young behind and, to our delight, continue playing with their LEGO bricks. We here at Apegeo have rounded up some of the most creative LEGO building ideas for you to see and maybe inspire to wipe the dust off of your own LEGO bricks set, that we are sure you still keep somewhere in the attic.
Now, when it comes to LEGO ideas, the possibilities of what can be built are endless! From various kinds of oh-so-real looking dinosaurs to life-size cars, humongous cruise ships and a liveable house, these crafty LEGO building aficionados sure took it up a notch. To be fair, most of them are real artists, architects or engineers, but we are sure that with a bit of patience, loads of spare LEGO parts and some calculations anyone could build an artwork of their own.
So stretch your fingers for some scrolling, prepare your imagination to run wild and go fetch a dust rag, because after looking at these fantastic LEGO creations you are sure to feel the urge to find your forgotten LEGO set. Vote for the most incredible creation and show your LEGO building ideas masterpieces in the comments!
#1 LEGO Batcave Built From 20,000 Blocks With 4 Lights Powered From Behind
This was made by Carlyle Livingston II and Wayne Hussay and it took them more than 800 hours to build it
#2 LEGO Elephants
#3 Real Size LEGO Giraffe
#4 There’s One Giant Creation
#5 My First Creation From Coming Out Of Dark Ages A Few Months Back
#6 Art Studio Needed A Piano. About 25,000 Bricks
#7 Wayne Manor And Batcave Complete
It dissembles into about 20 large modular chunks that all fit in my Rav 4. It takes about 7 hours to put back together correctly including wiring the lights back up and set up all the minifigs and about 100 bats
#8 Largest LEGO Ship Without Support That Break The Guinness World Record
If you compare the LEGO version of “World Dream” with the real “World Dream,” it’s set at 1:40 ratio. The similarity between the LEGO ship and the real ship is close to 100%. If you look from afar, it’s not instantly apparent that this is a cruise ship built from LEGOs. It’s is 8.44 meters long, 1.33 meters wide and 1.54 meters high, and is made from more than 2.5 million LEGOs. The weight of it is also quite stunning because it weighs around 2 tons, that is, about 6,100 pounds
#9 My Dad Was Going Through Old Photos And Found A Picture Of A Boat We Built Together That Was The Length Of Me And Was Two And A Half Feet Tall
My aunt gave me her entire stash of LEGOs from when she was a kid for Christmas that year. She crammed it all in a mattress box. I wouldn’t have been able to build it if I didn’t have all those LEGOs from the 80s and 90s