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This is such a fun set, there are 11 minifigs and I think that is more then most sets, there is a baby and even a skeleton. This hospital is cool because it even has a light up xray machine. There is an ambulance and ambulance bay on the building and a helicopter. I think the helicopter landing pad should have been integrated into the hospital, like on the roof would have been good. The reception/waiting are is tiny and could only fit like one minifig, but in real life we know how those hospital waiting areas are packed, lol. We liked this set a lot and the suggested age range is 6-12, but even my older sons were playing with it.
The build of the hospital is pretty great, I particular like all of the new interior medical supplies/equipment that we haven't seen in past Lego City Hospitals. The selection of minifigures is great because there are a large amount of facility staff (nurses / doctors) and also there is a nice selection of civilians visiting the hospital as well. The ambulance is very nice, and although I'm not a huge fan of the helicopter (being too small) it's still a nice little added feature. The light brick is so cool as well, with very nice X-ray type bricks to accent it. Overall I'd recommend getting this for your city layout, I plan on buying another one and expanding the hospital but it's great as is as well!
For a City theme set, the LEGO® City Hospital is actually a good value. City sets tend to cost more in the area of $0.16-0.17 per brick, but this one comes in at $0.13. You get an ok build-time for that price too. The hospital has a really nice, modern looking design as well, but its real strength is the number and variety of Minifigures that come in it. They are generic townsfolk, and not the hyper-detailed characters you get in some licensed themes, but every city needs normal folks to populate it too! I like this set a lot, and will stay true to the spirit of it as I redesign it to fit into my own LEGO® City. I recommend the LEGO® City Hospital to anyone looking to expand their own town. All full price, its a good buy, but waiting for a sale will make it even better.
It's fun to assemble, fun to play with and as an extra bonus - it can be a great way to introduce kids to hospitals if they or a loved one ever needs to go there. I hope they don't!
No set is perfect, but some LEGO sets are much more anticipated by builders and fans than others. LEGO City 60204 City Hospital re-introduces a long-awaited sub-theme and will be the very first medical centre for a whole generation of younger fans. And I'm really happy for the kids getting this set; it's a truly beautiful hospital carrying as much play value as you can imagine. But unfortunately this isn't a set for adult fans and experienced builders. It's full of flaws that grown-ups won't be able to ignore, although the minifigures and the ambulance will become a perfect addition to any custom city layout.
This is a magnificent set. The hospital looks brilliant from the exterior and includes tremendous interior detail, exceeding even the high standard set by 41318 Heartlake Hospital last year. It would have been nice to see a ward area or a proper reception desk in the foyer but I think the exclusion of such features is justified as creating a larger set would inevitably result in a higher price and I think the existing cost of £69.99 or $99.99 is ideal.