Safari Wildlife Tree House is LEGO set 31116-1. It has a score of 74. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 0 reviews, based on 3 scored reviews and 6 reviews total. It is ranked in the bottom 23.14% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2021, and it is categorised in Creator.
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First, thank you LEGO for bringing more 3-in-1 sets, it is the best value for the money when it comes to giving/offering a LEGO to a young child. I bought and gave this set to my almost 6yo daughter. She built this set on her own. She loved it because it was challenging enough that it kept her busy for 2 hours from opening the box to full built of the large design (tree house). She then spent 2 days playing with it, inventing stories and scenarios with a couple smaller sets. Then she just spent a whole morning undoing it and building on of the other two design. In whole this 3-in-1 set kept her busy on and off for a bit more than a week during spring break. Hence very good value for the money while parents are working from home. If your kid is into documentaries on the savannah, I recommend the set 31112 (3-in-1 Lion/warhog/ostrich and the 60288 race buggy transporter for a full safari/animal discovery). I recommend LEGO to make a couple more 3-in-1 (e.g. Elephant/Hippo/Rhino or Cheetah/Meercat/Hyena )
This may not be a perfect parts pack, BUT there are plenty of interesting elements to be found in it, and the play value in this set would make it an ideal place to start if you are looking to introduce a child to ‘proper' LEGO bricks. This is a good source of olive green plates, but perhaps it is more useful as a way to ensure that some more olive green elements entered the range. While being priced at a little more than 10c per part, the value is there.
The treehouse itself may not sit atop the list of best LEGO treehouses, but in its overall presentation, this set has far more hits than misses. If you're someone looking for a gift for a kiddo in your life, I would definitely recommend it. There is something fun and worthwhile about each of the models, and the array of parts offer lots of potential for imaginative creators. Even as an adult, the colorful, interesting, and useful elements would make this a great parts pack. The price per piece makes it a decent value as well.
Whilst I don't agree with some of the colour choices of the tree house itself, I think the set is pretty good value for money for almost 400 parts, a variety of cute wild animals, and three decent models to choose from.
If you're after more than just a LEGO Creator animal set, 31116 Safari Wildlife Tree House is a great choice, as it provides a diverse range of builds in one set. It is also one of those rare 3-in-1 sets where each model is quite easy to take apart, with barely any fiddly Technic to try and yank out, so you won't have to dread changing between the different models.