LEGO City Fire Station Review (LEGO)

What It Is

With the LEGO City Fire Station building set, kids can help put out fires and save the day. This 753-piece set lets kids build a three-story firehouse with fire pole for the minifigures to slide down. The firehouse also features a helicopter landing pad, two retracting garage doors, signage, two garage bays, a streetlight, a trash can, furniture, and more. Kids also get to build three emergency vehicles. The fire truck features a reeling hose, extending ladder, and real rubber tires. The fire helicopter features spinning rotors and opening cockpit. And the fire van features rubber tires, realistic emergency lights, and a fire extinguisher. This set includes a Dalmatian dog and five minifigures: a fire chief, a pilot, and three firefighters. The set also includes tons of accessories: firefighting equipment, flame elements, a computer, a tool box with tools, an axe, a chainsaw, a telephone, walkie-talkies, and a cup.

Is It Fun?

This building set has a lot of great detail and moving parts to help kids play out saving the day and putting out a fire. This combines realistic details, fun building, and lots of opportunities for imaginative play.

Who It’s For

The LEGO City Fire Station is for ages 6–12.

What To Be Aware Of

It took us two hours to build this set, and the instructions were very easy to follow.

  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy