Amusement Park Space Ride is LEGO set 41128-1. It has a score of 93. This is good compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 2 reviews, based on 4 scored reviews and 6 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 7.31% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2016, and it is categorised in Friends.
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This set was purchased after an excellent recommendation from a Lego Store employee. The set was a good build. The repetition of the car building was a great way to help my child with her construction skills without frustration. The set is pretty durable as it has held up to spin after spin at the fastest speed possible. I liked that the cars could be removed for additional play. Wheels would have been a nice addition, however we borrowed from another set. My only negative, was once again a set with Olivia. We have so many of her, that it would have been nice to have another girl. However, my daughter enjoyed spinning three Olivia's at the same time.
Kids will have so much fun building the amusement park and space ride. The colors are bright, glittery, and totally have that space feel. This set is perfect for imaginative play and you can collect other LEGO Friends figures and sets for even more fun. Olivia fits perfectly into the space ride, and you can put her hands up to show how much of a blast she's having. The accessories bring the amusement park scene to life, and kids can have Olivia pay for her photo and ice cream using the LEGO money, and take ice cream from the ice cream cart, which opens and closes.
This is a fun little set. I had a great time twirling the ride, and I really like that the mini-dolls are pretty well secure in the ships and can withstand the ride well (read: no mini-dolls flew across the room in testing this set). I think the photo booth is a nice touch, as it does capture what we see in many rides in amusement parks these days - a camera taking a picture during part of the ride and offering it for sale afterwards.