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58 Best LEGO Sets for 7-Year-Olds

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Some of my fondest childhood memories are of spending hours puzzling out LEGO builds with my dad, then later creating epic storylines starring all the mini-figures.

I think it’s because LEGO hits the sweet spot of logic and imagination, offering kids an immersive world to explore their creativity and problem-solving skills. This blend is essential for kids around age 7, so you’ve come to the right place! 

The only question that remains is: which LEGO set should you get?

At age 7, kids enjoy using their logical minds to solve problems to handle slightly more complex constructions. At the same time, kids still love to play pretend, so make sure to get a set that encourages this. For example, you don’t want a set without parts you can move and manipulate or one that falls apart at the first touch! 

All the options below are sturdy, play-focused and fun to build. But of course, one kid’s LEGO treasure is another kid’s trash, so we have organized the list into sections based on a range of interests 7-year-olds may have. You can go straight to the good categories and skip the duds. 

Whether your kid is into Marvel or Minions, our selection is based on extensive research, so you can rest assured that each option is kid- and parent-approved.

The Top 3 LEGO Sets for 7 Year Olds

💰 FOR TIGHT BUDGETS🧒🏻 FOR YOUNGER KIDS🧒🏼 FOR OLDER KIDS
LEGO Creator 3in1 Mighty Dinosaurs 31058LEGO Super Mario Adventures with Peach Starter Course 71403LEGO City Space Deep Space Rocket and Launch Control 60228
46 LEGO Creator 3in1 Mighty Dinosaurs 3105822 LEGO Super Mario Adventures with Peach Starter Course 7140351 LEGO City Space Deep Space Rocket and Launch Control 60228
BEST AGE7 years and above6 years and above7 years and above
❤️ PROSThree sturdy dinosaur builds in oneAdorable buildable figures that catch the essence of the game charactersSpectacular set packed with surprises to discover
💔 CONSNot ideal for kids who want to play with more than one dino togetherPrincess Peach looks a bit creepy when switched offThe instructions are a bit hard to follow in places
💵 PRICE$47.95$40.70$40.70

While we picked those for our top three, the best set for you depends on what gets your little LEGO builder excited. It’s no use getting a spectacularly detailed Harry Potter set if your kiddo doesn’t care for the wizarding world. 

So keep your child’s unique interests and personality in mind as you peruse the options below.

Best LEGO Harry Potter Sets

1. LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Carriage and Thestrals 76400

Both fun to put together and very playable, this Hogwarts carriage and thestrals set is perfect for kids who love these slightly macabre horses. The set comes with a buildable carriage and tree, an adult and (adorable) baby thestral. Harry and Luna are there to climb aboard, and the set is completed with several food accessories to feed the thestrals and a highly sought-after Quibbler accessory.

1 LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Carriage and Thestrals 76400
Recommended age: 7 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ The thestral figures are very cool 
❤️ Fun to build and to play with
❤️ Great value for money

What We Don’t Love:

💔 The tree doesn’t add much to the set
💔 It would be nice if the thestrals had some buildable elements

2. LEGO Harry Potter Quidditch Match 75956

7 is the prime age for interactive, action-packed LEGO sets and this Quidditch Match set has action in spades. The set has towers for the four houses, each with its fun feature: an opening hatch for Gryffindor, a pop-up spell function for Slytherin, a megaphone for Ravenclaw and a scoreboard for Hufflepuff. Add six mini-figures, equipment and a moving keeper function and you have a sensational Quidditch match!

2 LEGO Harry Potter Quidditch Match 75956
Recommended age: 7 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ Packed with fun interactive features
❤️ The figures and accessories have lots of detail
❤️ Easy and fun to put together

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Only comes with one team’s goalposts
💔 Applying all the stickers is a bit of a pain

💡 If your 7-year-old is already a pro at LEGO building, perhaps this Hagrid’s Hut set will be a fun challenge.

3. LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts™: Polyjuice Potion Mistake 76386

If you’re looking for something budget-friendly that still offers many play opportunities, this Polyjuice Potion Mistake set is the way to go. Depicting the moment the trio takes a polyjuice potion and changes appearance, this set comes with a buildable bathroom, several accessories and three mini-figures with swiveling heads that reveal their new faces. There is even a cat face for poor Hermione!

3 LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts™ Polyjuice Potion Mistake 76386 1
Recommended age: 7 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ The transforming heads are very fun
❤️ The middle sink lifts to reveal a trapdoor
❤️ Can be connected to other LEGO sets to form part of Hogwarts castle

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Not great for kids who want to spend more time on the construction
💔 Would be nice if it included a Moaning Myrtle figure

4. LEGO Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire The Rise of Voldemort 75965

Fans of The Goblet of Fire will love this evocative set that faithfully reproduces the iconic scene from the movie Voldemort being resurrected by the Death Eaters. This set has excellent details, like Tom Riddle’s tomb and a secret “baby” Voldemort! Plus, when you pull a brick lever, the newly powerful Voldemort rises from a hidden compartment beneath the surface of the graveyard.

4 LEGO Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire The Rise of Voldemort 75965
Recommended age: 7 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ Great setup for reenacting the scene
❤️ Lots of authentic details in the background and mini-figures
❤️ Includes a “Voldemort rising” function plus a secret mini Voldemort 

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Would be nice if it came with more Death Eaters and a Cedrig Diggory figure
💔 The slanted ground makes it a bit flimsy if subjected to rough play


Best LEGO Superhero Sets

5. LEGO Marvel Iron Man Armory 76216

Explore, recreate scenes from the movie and dream up your own dramas in Tony Stark’s Hall of Armor. With its workshop area, robot assistant arm, three holographic displays, a sports car and more, this set will have Iron Man fans in ecstasy! Best of all, it’s designed with play in mind, with many reconfigurable elements and a platform for changing Tony Stark’s armor and carrying out repairs.

5 LEGO Marvel Iron Man Armory 76216
Recommended age: 7 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ Lots to move around and interact with to play out different scenes
❤️ Comes with several awesome figures, including Iron Man suits
❤️ Assembly is the perfect difficulty level for most 7-year-olds

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Quite pricey for the number of pieces
💔 The minifigures are mostly repeats from previous sets

6. LEGO Marvel Miles Morales vs. Morbius 76244

This Miles Morales vs. Morbius set is another fun yet affordable option. Chase down the evil Morbius in the awesome super racer car, complete with stud shooters and a booster in the back! Then, face off with Morbius and try to catch his bats in Spidey’s web. This is a great little set for taking around with you and it’s perfect for kids who love Spiderman and cars.

6 LEGO Marvel Miles Morales vs. Morbius 76244
Recommended age: 7 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ The car looks incredible and includes stud shooters and a booster
❤️ The set is portable and affordable but lots of fun
❤️ It’s great to ave a set with a Miles Morales Spiderman

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Quite a small set without many accessories
💔 It could have more interactive features

7. LEGO DC Batman: Batman & Selina Kyle Motorcycle Pursuit 76179

If you aren’t too concerned about having a lot to build, this Batman & Selina Kyle set is a great choice. Despite being very affordable, there is so much for Batman fans to have fun with. Kids can reenact the heart-thumping motorcycle pursuit scene from the movie, complete with a grappling gun and chain battle. The glow-in-the-dark bat signal is a great addition, offering even  more opportunities for imaginative play.

7 LEGO DC Batman Batman Selina Kyle Motorcycle Pursuit 76179
Recommended age: 6 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ Very high playability – stands up to rough play
❤️ Includes a glow-in-the-dark bat signal
❤️ A portable, easy to assemble and affordable set

What We Don’t Love:

💔 There isn’t much to build
💔 7-year-olds might be too young to watch the movie

8. LEGO Marvel Spider-Man at The Sanctum Workshop 76185

Spiderman fans will love getting stuck into this set and losing themselves for hours of immersive play. This highly detailed set depicts Spiderman’s Sanctum Workshop. It is brimming with accessories to inspire creative roleplay, from interesting tools to a game controller, shooting webs and a mystical glowing stone. There’s also a fearsome buildable bug monster with gripping claws, plus four iconic characters from the Marvel universe.

8 LEGO Marvel Spider Man at The Sanctum Workshop 76185
Recommended age: 7 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ Loads of accessories to inspire play and cool mini-figures
❤️ Packed with details to discover as you build
❤️ Easy to assemble 

What We Don’t Love:

💔 All the loose pieces are easy to lose
💔 Not a very sturdy set

💡 For even more Spidey fun, this slick set of Spiderman’s Drone Duel is a sure winner.

Best LEGO Minecraft Sets

9. LEGO Minecraft The Abandoned Mine 21166

If your kid can’t get enough of the modular game, check out this Minecraft Abandoned Mine set. While it’s made up of many classic LEGO blocks (LEGO and Minecraft are a match made in heaven), there are also fun details from the game, like a zombie, a spider and living slime. Kids will get a kick out of the falling gravel feature and can have fun imaginatively reconfiguring the set.

9 LEGO Minecraft The Abandoned Mine 21166
Recommended age: 7 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ Kids will love the spider and falling gravel feature
❤️ Very sturdy and set that looks just like the game
❤️ The instructions are easy for kids to follow

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Would be nice to have a few more minifigures
💔 The build is too easy if you like a challenge

10. LEGO Minecraft The Coral Reef 21164

If you want something affordable or would like to supplement another Minecraft set, this Coral Reef set could be ideal. Despite being small, there are lots to have fun with – kids can join Alex as she searches for hidden treasure among the reef, meets puffer fish, and fights a drowned Zombie! This fun little set with bright colors and secret accessories will surely delight any kid.

10 LEGO Minecraft The Coral Reef 21164
Recommended age: 7 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ The puffer fish are adorable
❤️ A colorful little set with fun accessories
❤️ Despite being a small set, there are lots of authentic details 

What We Don’t Love:

💔 It only has 92 pieces
💔 It seems to be quite common for the box to get crushed in transit

11. LEGO Minecraft The Panda Nursery 21158

If your kiddo enjoys turning their Minecraft games into adventures with animals, they are sure to love this Panda Nursery set. With lush bamboo trees and a hut with a rooftop bed, this is a lovely home for Minecraft pandas. The pandas feature moving heads and an Ocelot and an Alex figure. All in all, this is an adorable set that is great for combining with other builds.

11 LEGO Minecraft The Panda Nursery 21158
Recommended age: 7 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ Very cute set that is perfect for imaginative play
❤️ The pandas are adorable and can move their heads
❤️ Great for combining with other sets

What We Don’t Love:

💔 A bit pricey for the size
💔 The Minecraft hut isn’t the most stable

12. LEGO Minecraft The Wool Farm 21153

With three builds in one, this Minecraft Wool Farm set offers excellent value for money. Making either a giant sheep, heart or parrot, it’s a super fun, quirky set. If your kiddo enjoys constructing LEGO sets and destroying them, this could be perfect! However, they may want to wait before destruction time to have fun playing with all the cute sheep and other accessories.

12 LEGO Minecraft The Wool Farm 21153
Recommended age: 7 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ 3 builds in one with lots of possibilities to mix and match
❤️ Gives kids many hours of building and playing fun
❤️ An adorable, colorful, quirky set

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Some of the pieces tend to come apart
💔 It would work better with larger grass pieces


Best LEGO NINJAGO Sets

13. LEGO NINJAGO Jay’s Golden Dragon Motorbike 71768

Dazzle your little Ninjago fan with Jay’s Golden Dragon Motorbike. With an impressively gold color and a dragon’s head with a moving mouth, this motorcycle has a wow factor to the max. Jay is just as spectacular, with spiky golden dragon wings and golden nunchucks! This is an excellent set for energetic kids as the motorcycle’s heels can zoom over everything, plus there’s a Vengestone Warrior snake and crystal spider to battle.

13 LEGO NINJAGO Jays Golden Dragon Motorbike 71768
Recommended age: 7 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ Jay can fit inside the motorcycle with his wings displayed
❤️ The bike rolls well and looks super cool
❤️ The dragon’s mouth opens and can hold a mini-figure

What We Don’t Love:

💔 The build time is speedy
💔 The bike falls onto its side quite often

14. LEGO NINJAGO Cole’s Earth Dragon EVO 71782

Ninjago’s most exciting moments are when the Ninjas go into battle riding majestic beasts. With this set, kids get to reenact just such an electrifying scene. The highlight is the gigantic posable Earth Dragon, with pieces to add and upgrade as you play! But the smaller pieces are also pretty awesome, including a scorpion creature and highly detailed Cole and Bone Scorpio mini-figures.

14 LEGO NINJAGO Coles Earth Dragon EVO 71782
Recommended age: 7 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ A spectacular set that looks great on display
❤️ Fantastic play set as the Dragon has a few interactive features
❤️ The minifigures are impressively detailed

What We Don’t Love:

💔 The dragon’s joints don’t always move smoothly
💔 Some of the parts come off easily

15. LEGO Ninjago Zane

Looking for a budget Ninjago set? This Mech EVO Action Figure set could be just what you’re after. While there isn’t much to build, it looks formidable once complete and it’s enjoyable to control with Zane in the cockpit! With articulated joints and an awesome spinning star weapon, this mech means business. To challenge him, there’s a Cobra Mechanic snake warrior, but let’s be honest – he doesn’t stand a chance.

15 LEGO Ninjago Zane
Recommended age: 6 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ Lots of fun to play with as it can inspire endless narratives
❤️ The mech looks awesome and has fully articulated joints
❤️ Great value for money

What We Don’t Love:

💔 There isn’t much to build
💔 The mech is a bit smaller than some customers expected

💡 If you’ve already got a great Ninjago set but want a Zane minifigure to play out more adventures, you can get one here.

16. LEGO Ninjago Lloyd’s Race Car EVO 71763

If your kid’s favorite Ninjago character is Lloyd, look no further. This is a fun build as the car first forms into a buggy; then, as you continue, it transforms into a race car with armor, shooters and a spoiler with blades. The finished car is impressively detailed, and kids will love zooming it around with Lloyd in the driver’s seat, fighting Cobra Mechanic on his quad bike.

16 LEGO Ninjago Lloyds Race Car EVO 71763
Recommended age: 6 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ Super stylish car with impressive detail
❤️ The shooters shoot far and fast, and you get extra disks in case some get lost
❤️ Very easy-to-follow instructions

What We Don’t Love:

💔 It’s pricey for the number of pieces
💔 Would be fun if the buggy was a different build


Best LEGO Disney Sets

17. LEGO Disney Encanto The Madrigal House 43202

Encanto fans will surely be swept away by this beautiful set, depicting Mirabel’s sunny and colorful 3-story house. This set is fun to build and even more, fun to play with, complete with a spinning weather vane, flipping bed and waving shutters! The micro doll figures that come with it are super cute, and each room is brimming with things to inspire imaginative play.

17 LEGO Disney Encanto The Madrigal House 43202
Recommended age: 6 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ Gorgeously colorful house full of authentic details from the movie
❤️ Loads of moving features and adorable accessories
❤️ The build is a good challenge but easy enough with the LEGO app

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Not for kids who want to get straight to playing as the build takes a while
💔 It doesn’t include some of Encanto’s most popular characters

💡 For a more budget-friendly Encanto set, take a look at this compact set of the magical door from the movie.

18. LEGO Disney Lightyear Zurg Battle 76831

To Infinity and Beyond! It’s time to rocket launch into a world of fun with this Disney Lightyear Zurg Battle set. The main buildable element is the mech villain Zurg, who can bend at all his joints for action-packed roleplay. To defeat him, you must call on Buzz Lightyear and Izzy Hawthorne, who both have potent weapons, plus the help of a robot and Sox, the cat.

18 LEGO Disney Lightyear Zurg Battle 76831
Recommended age: 7 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ Zurg looks just like he does in the movie
❤️ Super fun to assemble and play with
❤️ The mini-figures look great, and you can switch out their hair for their purple caps

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Some of the accessories are easy to lose
💔 Doesn’t include helmets for Buzz and Izzy

19. LEGO Disney Cinderella’s Royal Carriage 43192

Kick it old school Disney with this gorgeous Cinderella’s Royal Carriage set. With a carriage that can fit two mini-dolls, a pumpkin patch to pluck the enchanted pumpkin from and a treasure chest full of goodies, this set has so much to inspire open-ended play! Everything is bright and sparkly, from the golden wheels to the pretty horses to the glass slippers. 

19 LEGO Disney Cinderellas Royal Carriage 43192
Recommended age: 6 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ Gorgeous set with lots of exquisite details
❤️ Lots to inspire open-ended play
❤️ Simple enough for kids to build by themselves

What We Don’t Love:

💔 The slippers do not go on Cinderella’s feet
💔 It’s a pricey set for its size

20. LEGO Disney Princess Elsa and The Nokk Storybook Adventures 43189

This budget set is all about play, featuring micro dolls of Iduna, two versions of Elsa micro, plus Olaf, Nokk and the Earth Giant. They all come in a Storybook box, making this the perfect set to take on vacation or wherever you need an engaging toy! The book opens in an ice palace and surrounds and has impressive features considering its size.

20 LEGO Disney Princess Elsa and The Nokk Storybook Adventures 43189
Recommended age: 5 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ Cute set with some adorable micro figures
❤️ Nice and simple for kids who are new to LEGO
❤️ Folds up into a “book” for convenient storage and travel

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Not up to the high-quality level of most LEGO sets
💔 The pieces are smaller

21. LEGO DOTS Disney Mickey Mouse & Minnie Mouse

Your 7-year-old will be the coolest kid in school with this adorable LEGO Dots Mickey Mouse set. LEGO Dots is a unique take on LEGO about creative design and decoration. Kids can use these adorable dots to decorate various useful items, including a desk tidy with Mickey ears, a note holder, bag tags and more. It’s time to turn the back-to-school frown upside down.

21 LEGO DOTS Disney Mickey Mouse Minnie Mouse
Recommended age: 6 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ A unique take on LEGO that encourages creativity
❤️ You can change the designs any time or use the dots with other LEGO sets
❤️ Includes lots of cute Mickey Mouse and Disney-themed pieces

What We Don’t Love:

💔 There are lots of tiny pieces
💔 It doesn’t come with an organizer tray


Best LEGO Super Mario Sets

22. LEGO Super Mario Adventures with Peach Starter Course 71403

LEGO Super Mario takes LEGO to the next level – with its sound effects, point scoring and gameplay features, it is like playing Super Mario in real life! The jewel in the crown of this Toy of the Year winner is the Princess Peach figure, who can react with sound effects, earn points for playing on the swing and “eat” and gift a fruit for more points.

22 LEGO Super Mario Adventures with Peach Starter Course 71403
Recommended age: 6 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ Adorable buildable figures that catch the essence of the game characters
❤️ Peach makes sounds in reaction to the other pieces and functions of the set
❤️ A LEGO set that’s also a real life game course  

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Princess Peach looks a bit creepy when switched off
💔 The instructions are only found on the app

23. LEGO Super Mario Yoshi’s Gift House Expansion Set 71406

If you’re looking for an expansion on your Super Mario LEGO set, this Yoshi’s Gift House set is perfect. Naturally, it comes with a Yoshi figure, an adorable Monty Mole and many homely features. Players can greet Yoshi at the door, nap in bed, pick ants, and spin on the Treat Merry-Go-Round until the fruits turn to gold!

23 LEGO Super Mario Yoshis Gift House Expansion Set 71406
Recommended age: 6 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ The perfect addition to any other Super Mario LEGO set
❤️ Very cute set with lots for your Super Mario characters to do
❤️ Takes interactive LEGO to another level

What We Don’t Love:

💔 You need a Super Mario LEGO base set first
💔 The instructions require an app download

24. LEGO Super Mario Boss Sumo Bro Topple Tower Expansion Set 71388

Looking for an addition to your kiddo’s Super Mario set that doesn’t break the bank? Then look at this explosive Boss Sumo Bro Topple Tower Expansion Set. Kids will have a blast building the tower and then rocking it by having Mario or Luigi stomp on levers at its base and finally toppling it! A treasure will be revealed if they manage to topple Boss Sumo Bro.

24 LEGO Super Mario Boss Sumo Bro Topple Tower Expansion Set 71388
Recommended age: 6 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ Easy to assemble with the app instructions
❤️ Kids love toppling towers and this set embraces that
❤️ Perfect match of LEGO and video games

What We Don’t Love:

💔 It doesn’t come with Mario or Luigi figures
💔 No physical instructions

25. LEGO Super Mario Adventures with Mario Starter Course 71360

If you’re loving the idea of these sets and they’re new to you, this is the one to start with. As the definitive Super Mario Starter Course, it comes with an interactive Mario figure, Goomba, Bowser Jr. and a buildable course for them to play on. Mario can play iconic music from the game plus react to things! Will he make it to the Goal Pole with enough coins?

25 LEGO Super Mario Adventures with Mario Starter Course 71360
Recommended age: 6 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ It’s fun to compete with others or just see how many coins you can get
❤️ The sound and visual effects are impressively crisp and detailed
❤️ The app makes assembly easy and has some fun extra content

What We Don’t Love:

💔 The instructions are not very comprehensive
💔 You need a screwdriver to put in the batteries

💡 More into Luigi than Mario? You may want to begin with a Luigi Starter Course instead.

26. LEGO Super Mario Character Packs – Series 6 Bundle 66749

These awesome Character Packs are guaranteed to make your kid’s Super Mario LEGO feel like new again. Each bundle is like a lucky packet, including four characters out of a possible eight. Will you get Birdo? An Ice Bro? A Blooper and three baby Bloopers? You’ll have to wait and see! These adorable characters can be used with other Super Mario sets or you love their stands.

26 LEGO Super Mario Character Packs – Series 6 Bundle 66749
Recommended age: 7 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ Finding out which characters you get is a fun surprise
❤️ The characters are very detailed and come with their own scenic stands
❤️ You can use these creatively as part of your Super Mario LEGO levels

What We Don’t Love:

💔 These characters do not have sound effects
💔 There aren’t any of the main characters included


Best LEGO Minions Sets

27. LEGO Minions: The Rise of Gru: Minions Kung Fu Battle 75550

Help the minions perfect their Kung Fu skills with this Kung Fu Battle set. This super cute and unique set consists of a buildable temple in brilliant red, three minion figures in Kung Fu garb and a Chinese dragon toy. It’s fun to build and even more, fun to play with, thanks to the rotating training dummy and “fireworks” you can launch from the top of the temple!

27 LEGO Minions The Rise of Gru Minions Kung Fu Battle 75550
Recommended age: 6 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ A fun build with some cool interactive elements
❤️ A great play set as it is very sturdy
❤️ Cute and vibrant set – especially love the dragon

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Would be nice if Bob was there too
💔 Some of the pieces are very small

28. LEGO Minions Bob Minion with Robot Arms Building Kit 30387

Bob is everyone’s favorite minion, which makes this the perfect budget choice for any mini Minions fan. This buildable Bob has an articulated head and is sitting in his special robot contraption with long robot arms perfect for completing his diabolical experiments! Thanks to its size, this is a fun little set that kids can build without much adult help and bring anywhere.

28 LEGO Minions Bob Minion with Robot Arms Building Kit 30387
Recommended age: 6 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ Bob’s head and robot arms are articulated 
❤️ Fun to play with and super cute as a decorative toy
❤️ Simple set that’s small enough to take anywhere

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Only made up of 75 pieces
💔 More of a stocking stuffer as it comes in a plastic envelope, not a box

29. LEGO Minions Unstoppable Bike Chase 75549

This Minions Unstoppable Bike Chase set is the perfect gift for kids who love minions and cars, and bikes. Depicting a scene from The Rise of Gru, this set shows Gru zooming along on his ferocious-looking motorbike with two minions in tow; one pulled along on rocket skates! Kids can reenact the epic scene from the movie or dream up their own action-packed chase sequences.

29 LEGO Minions Unstoppable Bike Chase 75549
Recommended age: 6 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ Kids can probably build this one by themselves
❤️ The motorbike is sturdy and zooms along smoothly
❤️ Comes with two minions and a Gru mini-figure

What We Don’t Love:

💔 The directions could be more thorough
💔 Quite pricey considering the size of the set


Best Animals & Nature LEGO Sets

30. LEGO Creator 3in1 Safari Wildlife Tree House 31116

This fun-filled, colorful set is striking despite being quite a simple build. Animal-loving kids get to live out their safari dreams, imagining themselves in the tree house looking out at the majestic posable giraffe (and cute flamingo!) What’s more, this set can be taken apart and rebuilt in another 2 ways: as a tree with an airplane and lion or as a catamaran with an alligator. 

30 LEGO Creator 3in1 Safari Wildlife Tree House 31116
Recommended age: 7 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ 3-in-1 set with clear instructions for each build
❤️ The animals all look great and the giraffe is posable
❤️ Packed with cute little details

What We Don’t Love:

💔 It would be nice if you could open up the treehouse and play inside it
💔 Can be frustrating if kids want all 3 builds at once

31. LEGO Creator 3in1 Deep Sea Creatures 31088

Is your little one more into the creatures of the deep sea than those who live on land? If so, this 3-in-1 set is the way to go. The main build is a terrific-looking shark with posable fins, a snapping mouth, gleaming eyes, a cute crab and a treasure chest. Once you’ve had enough, you can try building the squid or the rather menacing anglerfish!

31 LEGO Creator 3in1 Deep Sea Creatures 31088
Recommended age: 7 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ Perfect for kids who love building their LEGO sets over and over again
❤️ The creatures look awesome and all have moving/articulated parts
❤️ There is even a 4th build whose instructions are downloadable

What We Don’t Love:

💔 A few customers found it to be smaller than expected
💔 It seems that one of the connecting pieces is prone to breakage

32. LEGO Creator 3in1 Fantasy Forest Creatures 31125

Considering three builds in one, this Fantasy Forest Creatures set is fantastic value for money. Kids who love fairytales and woodland creatures will be obsessed with this purple owl and his hedgehog pupil. When they want a new challenge, they can build the deer, rabbit, or squirrel with their beloved acorn! All the animals have movable limbs, making them fun to play with.

32 LEGO Creator 3in1 Fantasy Forest Creatures 31125
Recommended age: 7 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ Simple and clear instructions make this perfect for LEGO beginners
❤️ Makes 4 animals in total with articulated limbs and some cute details
❤️ Excellent value for money

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Some kids will be disappointed that you have to take one build apart to make another
💔 The squirrel isn’t as cute as the owl and deer

33. LEGO Friends Pet Adoption Café 41699

This Pet Adoption Cafe set is perfect for cat and dog lovers. Whether your kiddo already has a 4-legged friend or wants to get one, this set will help them learn more about the importance of adopting rescue animals. With its open layout, human and animal mini dolls and play features like the feeding bottle, animal bath and rescue trike, this is also an excellent set for open-ended play!

33 LEGO Friends Pet Adoption Cafe 41699
Recommended age: 6 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ Such a cute and colorful set
❤️ There are lots to play with, and the open layout makes this easier
❤️ Great way to teach kids about animals in need of rescue

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Some of the pieces don’t hold together very well
💔 The mini-figures aren’t as posable as classic LEGO figures


Best LEGO Bikes, Cars & Trucks

34. LEGO Speed Champions Koenigsegg Jesko 76900

With the Speed Champions LEGO range, kids build models of authentic supercars and race them around the house to their heart’s content. Despite being a relatively simple build, this one of the Koenigsegg Jesko is impressively close to the real thing, down to the opening hood and graphic details! You also get extra rims and a driver mini-figure, though two figures can fit in the cockpit.

34 LEGO Speed Champions Koenigsegg Jesko 76900
Recommended age: 7 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ A fun build with some unique design elements
❤️ Impressively detailed despite being quite easy to build
❤️ Comes with extra rims and a driver mini-figure

What We Don’t Love:

💔 The stickers can be tricky to place correctly
💔 Some pieces may come apart while kids are playing with it

35. LEGO Technic Monster Jam Monster Mutt Dalmatian 42150

LEGO Technic sets are fantastic for technically-minded kids who can learn how the car works as they build. This one is an excellent choice if your kid is a Monster Jam fan, as it can be built as a Mutt Dalmation or a more traditional Racing Truck. Either way, it looks ferocious and features a pull-back action for racing and stunts!

35 LEGO Technic Monster Jam Monster Mutt Dalmatian 42150
Recommended age: 7 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ You can build two different trucks from the pieces
❤️ Features a pullback function for racing and tricks
❤️ Sturdy enough to handle rough play

What We Don’t Love:

💔 You have to apply a lot of stickers
💔 Some kids may need adult help to assemble it

36. LEGO City Gaming Tournament Truck 60388

This unique LEGO set is perfect for little gamers, especially if they love trucks! The set has a cool, modern look, with many sleek lines and neon green accents. With the gaming stations and giant screens that kids can “animate” to show the action, this set is fun to roleplay. There are also several gaming-related accessories, as well as four mini-figures.

36 LEGO City Gaming Tournament Truck 60388
Recommended age: 7 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ Comes with 4 mini-figures and lots of fun accessories
❤️ A very unique, modern-looking set
❤️ You can “animate” the LEGO screen to show the gaming action

What We Don’t Love:

💔 The instructions can only be found online
💔 Takes quite a while to build

37. LEGO Friends Mobile Tiny House 41735

This LEGO Friends Mobile Tiny House set has everything kids need to play out their mobile dream getaway. Despite being tiny, this house has everything, including a fully equipped kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, birdhouse, solar panels and lots more to discover! It also attaches to a car and comes with loads of camping accessories. These are three diverse micro doll friends and three adorable pets ready to enjoy!

37 LEGO Friends Mobile Tiny House 41735
Recommended age: 7 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ A vibrant, colorful set with lots of quirky details
❤️ Comes with loads of accessories to play with
❤️ The house opens out, so it’s easy to play with the mini-figures and animals inside

What We Don’t Love:

💔 All the accessories may be easy to lose
💔 The micro dolls are not as posable as classic LEGO figures


Best LEGO Trains, Boats, Planes & Helicopters

38. LEGO Creator 3in1 Supersonic-Jet 31126

With a supersonic jet, speed boat and helicopter to build, this 3-in-1 creator set will be a joy to kids who love vehicles of all kinds. And despite being a super affordable option, each vehicle looks fantastic and features some interactivity, like the retractable wheels on the jet and rotating blades on the helicopter! They also look great on display when kids aren’t busy using them for creative roleplay.

38 LEGO Creator 3in1 Supersonic Jet 31126
Recommended age: 7 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ With 3 builds in one, this is great value for money
❤️ Great for playing and displaying
❤️ It’s fun to see how the parts are used differently in each piece

What We Don’t Love:

💔 They can fall apart somewhat if dropped
💔 Some may find the assembly a bit too quick

39. LEGO City Police Heavy-Lift Helicopter 4439

If you want something spectacular for a little helicopter fan, look no further. At 17” long and 7” high, this City Police Helicopter set is striking! It also boasts several realistic moving parts, like the moving rotors and articulated wheels. Plus, it comes with a police ATV, three mini-figures and lots of accessories to inspire imaginative play that all fit inside the helicopter!

39 LEGO City Police Heavy Lift Helicopter 4439
Recommended age: 6 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ A huge, striking set with lots of space to play in
❤️ Features moving rotors, articulated wheels and various ways to access the cockpit
❤️ Comes with a police ATF that can drive into the helicopter through the hatch

What We Don’t Love:

💔 The pieces don’t stay together very well
💔 It would be nice to have more accessories to fill the space in the helicopter

💡 If your kid is more into airplanes than helicopters, this LEGO City Sky Police Air Base set could be the one.

40. LEGO City Passenger Train 60197

Want to wow your kiddo, but they are more into trains than helicopters? Don’t worry; LEGO has got you. Not only does this train look super impressive, but it is motorized! Kids can use the Bluetooth remote to operate the train along its tracks at ten speeds. The set has four mini-figures and a train platform to provide more creative play options.

40 LEGO City Passenger Train 60197
Recommended age: 6 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ Kids will love that it is motorized
❤️ Very sleek and modern looking train
❤️ The train runs smoothly with 10-speed options

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Requires a lot of batteries
💔 You may want more tracks to extend how far the train can go

41. LEGO Friends Canal Houseboat 41702

Like all the LEGO Friends sets, this is colorful and packed with adorable details. With its deck-top garden with fairy lights and rooms full of activities, this set will make you wish you lived on a canal houseboat! You can make cupcakes in the kitchen, grow veggies to sell at the market and even play video games. So join the Friends for a fun-filled life on the water!

41 LEGO Friends Canal Houseboat 41702
Recommended age: 7 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ So many play possibilities with all the different areas and accessories
❤️ Easy to assemble but not too quick
❤️ A vibrant set that encourages eco-friendly living

What We Don’t Love:

💔 There are quite a few stickers to apply
💔 Quite a few loose pieces that can get lost


Best LEGO Buildings

42. LEGO Friends Autumn’s House 41730

This set is also part of the LEGO Friends universe, as Autumn is one of the Friends. Kids who love that particular season will love this set, as it is full of fall coziness, from the reddening leaves, apples to pick, delicious pie baking and armchairs around the fire! There’s also so much to discover inside the house, plus adorable foal and dog figures to play with outside.

42 LEGO Friends Autumn s House 41730
Recommended age: 7 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ A lovely cozy and homely set
❤️ Packed with accessories based on the Friends’ hobbies
❤️ Lots to inspire fall-themed role-playing

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Some areas inside the house are a bit hard to access
💔 The Friends dolls can’t move their legs separately

43. LEGO My City Hospital 60330

The LEGO My City Hospital is a gorgeous modern looking hospital set designed with play in mind. The hospital has multiple spacious rooms that are easy to access and loads of accessories to play with, including an MRI scanner! Also, part of the set is an ambulance truck, a rescue helicopter and a whopping 12 mini-figures, including characters from the LEGO My City TV show.

43 LEGO My City Hospital 60330
Recommended age: 7 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ Lots of little details that make play fun
❤️ Comes with a helicopter, ambulance and 12 mini-figures
❤️ It’s an extensive build but the instructions are easy to follow

What We Don’t Love:

💔 It’s a pricey set
💔 Some kids might find the build too complex and time-consuming 

44. LEGO City Police Station 60316

This action-packed set is great for interactive play, allowing kids to enact all policing scenarios. It includes three Lego City TV characters, plus a robber figure busy getting a mugshot! Kids can play at catching the crook with the helicopter, do a stakeout in the car with a donut and even help the prisoner escape using the garbage truck to topple the jail wall!

44 LEGO City Police Station 60316
Recommended age: 6 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ A large open set that encourages imaginative play
❤️ Clearly a lot of thought has been put into the cute and authentic details
❤️ You can connect it to other LEGO City sets 

What We Don’t Love:

💔 The instructions don’t include where to put the stickers
💔 There is more exterior than interior

45. LEGO Friends Forest House 41679

This is another cute LEGO Friends house, this time one that is more affordable. Despite not being as extensive as some other sets, this house is super evocative and includes several play areas and accessories for the mini dolls to enjoy. With the cozy house, outdoor lounge, kayaking scene and an adorable raccoon, this set is a nature and outdoor adventure lover’s dream!

45 LEGO Friends Forest House 41679
Recommended age: 6 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ A compact set that still has several different play areas
❤️ Fun to put together and play with all the cute accessories
❤️ Perfect for kids who enjoy outdoor vacations

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Parts of the assembly are quite finicky
💔 The tiny bit of river rapids feels a bit pointless

💡 Take the outdoor adventures even further with this cute little Forest Waterfall Camping Adventure set.

Best LEGO Dinosaurs

46. LEGO Creator 3in1 Mighty Dinosaurs 31058

Give your kid dinosaurs galore with this 3-in-1 set. Dino lovers will be ecstatic as they build a T-Rex, Pterodactyl and Triceratops one after the other. These dinosaurs are mighty, particularly the T-Rex, with its opening jaw, pointy teeth and glowing eyes! But all of them are fun to build, play with and pose to make them stare down anyone who dares to enter your bedroom.

46 LEGO Creator 3in1 Mighty Dinosaurs 31058
Recommended age: 7 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ 3 sturdy dinosaur builds in one
❤️ All the dinos have articulated joints for playing and posing
❤️ Impressively detailed considering the small number of pieces

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Not ideal for kids who want to play with more than one dino together
💔 Construction may be too challenging for some kids as there are intricate elements 

47. LEGO Jurassic World Baryonyx Face Off: The Treasure Hunt 75935

Enter Jurassic World with Owen, Claire, Danny and Sinjin and find yourself face to face with a terrifying Baryonyx! Although this set represents a scene from the movie, kids can use the pieces to inspire endless imaginative scenarios. The main buildable elements are the dinosaur-scratched off-road vehicle and trailer hideout. Kids will love the awesome posable Baryonyx, mini-figures and playable accessories. 

47 LEGO Jurassic World Baryonyx Face Off The Treasure Hunt 75935
Recommended age: 7 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ The posable Baryonyx figure is super cool
❤️ Comes with lots of figures and accessories to play with
❤️ Fun to build and great for imaginative play

What We Don’t Love:

💔 It would be nice to have more of the forest to build
💔 The inside of the trailer is a little bland

48. LEGO Jurassic World T. rex Dinosaur Fossil Exhibition 76940

Does your 7-year-old fancy themselves a future paleontologist? If so, this Dinosaur Fossil Exhibition set should be right up their alley. Kids can pretend to be paleontologists as they build the T-Rex fossil bone by bone. Then they can roleplay showing the fossil at a museum and limitless scenarios inspired by the drawing board, dinosaur egg, Darius and Owen figures and baby triceratops.

48 LEGO Jurassic World T. rex Dinosaur Fossil Exhibition 76940
Recommended age: 7 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ Fun to build as kids can pretend to be paleontologists
❤️ The T-Rex skeleton looks awesome on display
❤️ Great for playing thanks to all the accessories and the T-Rex’s articulated joints

What We Don’t Love:

💔 The T-Rex doesn’t have hands
💔 Includes lots of small pieces

49. LEGO Jurassic World Dominion Blue & Beta Velociraptor Capture 76946

This is another great Jurassic World set with a little less building so that you can get straight to playing. This set comes with not one but two Velociraptors, one of which is a baby you can catch in the cage and take away in the pickup truck. With two mini-figures, a poseable adult velociraptor and other accessories, this is perfect for reenacting movie action or creating your own situations.

49 LEGO Jurassic World Dominion Blue Beta Velociraptor Capture 76946
Recommended age: 6 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ Comes with 2 velociraptor figures
❤️ The truck looks great, rolls well and is very sturdy
❤️ Kids should be able to assemble it without adult help

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Not ideal if you want a more time consuming build
💔 There are lots of small pieces

💡 Can’t get enough of the Jurassic World sets? This Quetzalcoatlus Plane Ambush set is an excellent alternative (or addition!)

Best LEGO Spaceships & Star Wars Sets

50. LEGO Star Wars: The Mandalorian Trouble on Tatooine 75299

With its detailed figures of the Mandalorian, Tusken Raider and an adorable Grogu, this set is sure to make fans of The Mandalorian jump for joy. It’s also a fascinating set for play opportunities, including interactive details like the spring-loaded missile shooter and speeder bike with a seat for Grogu. Kids can play out endless battles and other stories with this action-packed set!

50 LEGO Star Wars The Mandalorian Trouble on Tatooine 75299
Recommended age: 7 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ Builds four separate pieces that can be displayed or used for endless play scenarios
❤️ The figures in this one are superbly detailed
❤️ Lots of interactive play functions

What We Don’t Love:

💔 The built elements don’t match up to the detail of the mini-figures
💔 Some parts of the builds are a little fragile

51. LEGO City Space Deep Space Rocket and Launch Control 60228

This Rocket and Launch Control set is breathtaking – it lives up to the gorgeous look of the LEGO City sets and then some. Aspiring astronauts will be over the moon with the NASA-inspired rocket with its fun launch system and the control tower is full of authentic details that make for immersive play. There’s also a monorail system for transporting astronauts to the rocket and discovering more.

51 LEGO City Space Deep Space Rocket and Launch Control 60228
Recommended age: 7 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ Spectacular set packed with surprises to discover
❤️ The monorail and rocket launcher are a blast
❤️ The quality and attention to detail is superb

What We Don’t Love:

💔 The instructions are a bit hard to follow in places
💔 There isn’t space for minifigures inside the rocket

💡 If you’d like a more affordable LEGO City space exploration set, check out the Mars Research Shuttle – it’s simpler but still full of fun details.

52. City Space Lunar Research Base 60350

While the previous set may get you to the moon, this one offers a world of fun when you get there. Inspired by actual NASA concepts, it perfectly combines reality and sci-fi to get kids dreaming about the future. With a botany lab, science lab, skycrane drone, lunar rover and more, this set has all kids need to enact fantasies of being astronaut-scientists on the moon! 

52 City Space Lunar Research Base 60350
Recommended age: 7 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ Loads of interactive functions and toys to play with
❤️ Packed with details inspired by NASA’s Artemis Base Camp concept
❤️ Beautiful set to inspire an interest in science

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Some of the pieces don’t stay together very well
💔 It would be nice if there was more space for the minifigures inside the base

53. LEGO Star Wars at-at vs. Tauntaun Microfighters 75298

With this fun set, kids can recreate the Battle of Hoth from Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back. Then they can roleplay this battle scene or create their own stories with the awesome-looking AT-AT robot, Tauntaun creature and the two min-figures. Both “creatures” feature posable elements and have seats for the mini-figures and their weapons: stud shooters that shoot!

53 LEGO Star Wars at at vs. Tauntaun Microfighters 75298
Recommended age: 6 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ The posable AT-AT and Tauntaun are very cool
❤️ Comes with working stud shooters with lots of extra studs
❤️ A good set if you have two kids as they can each build one of the creatures

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Might be too easy for kids who enjoy a challenge
💔 Quite pricey for the size

💡 Combine the above set with the Millennium Falcon Microfighter set for more battle action!

Best LEGO Creative Sets

54. LEGO DOTS Bag Tags Mega Pack – Messaging 41949

LEGO Dots are a fun change from traditional LEGO sets and are perfect for kids exploring their creativity. This Bag Tags Mega Pack will make your child the most stylish kid with their 100% unique bag tags. This set includes letters in addition to the dots, so kids can make their bags instantly recognizable and add messages to the tags to give as friendship gifts.

54 LEGO DOTS Bag Tags Mega Pack – Messaging 41949
Recommended age: 6 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ Includes letters so kids can write their names and other messages
❤️ Allows for endless creativity
❤️ Kids can redesign their tags as many times as they like

What We Don’t Love:

💔 The bag clips are not very strong
💔 It would be nice if it came with more tags

55. LEGO DOTS Message Board 41951

“Keep out!” “Knock before entering!” At age 7, many kids start putting signs like this on their bedroom door and with this LEGO Dots message board, they can now do so with Dots. This budget-friendly set includes one large board, two smaller boards and over 500 tiles. Now you don’t have to worry about finding bedroom decor for picky kids; they can change these up whenever they want.

55 LEGO DOTS Message Board 41951
Recommended age: 6 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ Great for making reusable door signs
❤️ Bedroom decor kids can change up whenever they like
❤️ Comes with over 500 tiles to use creatively

What We Don’t Love:

💔 It doesn’t come with a system for sorting and storing the tiles
💔 The pieces are tiny so it requires quite high fine motor skills

56. LEGO DOTS Disney Mickey & Friends Bracelets Mega Pack 41947

Think your kid would like to wear their LEGO Dots? Then this Mickey & Friends Bracelets Pack could be the one. With its graphic tiles depicting Mickey and the gang, this is the perfect set for Disney fans. It comes with five snap bracelets, so kids can layer them or give them as gifts. And as always, when they get tired of one design they can simply make another!

56 LEGO DOTS Disney Mickey Friends Bracelets Mega Pack 41947
Recommended age: 6 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ The snap on bracelets are excellent quality and adjustable
❤️ Comes with a tray for sorting the tiles
❤️ Loads of colorful tiles and adorable Mickey themed ones

What We Don’t Love:

💔 They won’t appeal to kids who aren’t interested in designing and decorating
💔 Doesn’t come with the full rainbow of colors

57. LEGO DOTS Rainbow Jewelry Stand 41905

The final LEGO Dots set on our list is perfect for kiddos with a beloved collection of necklaces, bracelets and rings. This set will keep their jewelry organized while looking adorable on their dressing table/desk. The basic design is of a cloud and rainbow, but kids can go wild, making any designs their creative minds can dream up. 

57 LEGO DOTS Rainbow Jewelry Stand 41905
Recommended age: 6 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ Allows for infinite creativity on top of an adorable base
❤️ Looks cute and keeps your jewelry organized
❤️ Comes with a convenient sorting/storage box

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Not tall enough to hold long necklaces
💔 The tiny dots are a pain if they get spilt


Best LEGO Coding Set

58. LEGO Boost Creative Toolbox 17101

While this is a LEGO set in name, it is so much more than that. Perfect for kids interested in science and electronics, with this, they can build no less than five different robot toys out of LEGO! Then, it’s time to learn some coding with the included app so you can tell the robots what to do. Each one has its own personality and loads of unique capabilities.

58. LEGO Boost Creative Toolbox 17101
58. LEGO Boost Creative Toolbox 17101
Recommended age: 7 years and above 

What We Love:

❤️ Extremely entertaining and educational toy
❤️ Kids can learn electronics, coding and more
❤️ Build 5 different adorable robots, each with their own abilities

What We Don’t Love:

💔 Some customers experienced issues with app connectivity
💔 The app is not compatible with older devices


Frequently Asked Questions About LEGO Sets for 7-Year-Olds

🙋 Is LEGO beneficial for 7-year-olds?

LEGO is highly beneficial for 7-year-olds. The most apparent benefit is cognitive, as assembling LEGOs requires planning, spatial reasoning and problem-solving. It’s also excellent for fine motor skills and improving agility. And if kids begin to veer off the track of the instructions, let them.

This allows them to develop their creativity, as does engage in pretend play. In addition, working on a LEGO construction involves focus, patience and perseverance, so the more kids build, the more they’ll improve. 

And lastly, the enjoyment and sense of achievement they get from finishing a LEGO set is perhaps the most valuable of all!

🙋 What age can you introduce your child to LEGOs?

The youngest age recommendation for LEGO sets is four, so you can introduce your child to LEGO sets at age 4 or even age 3 if your kid has advanced fine motor skills. 

However, avoid giving LEGO to toddlers and kids who still like to put things into their mouths, as the small pieces can easily cause choking. If you think your kid might still be too young for LEGO, DUPLO is a great alternative, thanks to its larger blocks. Also, try not to dictate how your kiddo plays with their LEGO sets. 

Older kids will likely enjoy following the instructions, while younger ones may simply prefer to play around with the blocks.

So… What LEGO Set Should You Get?

Ultimately, only you can decide the answer to that question. But hopefully, this list has given you enough options to find the LEGO set that is just right for your 7-year-old. Whether they are into dinosaurs or Disney, Minecraft or Super Mario, there is a LEGO set out there that will make them grin from ear to ear!

We have done our best to scour the internet for varied LEGO sets to suit 7-year-olds of all shapes and sizes. But if you think we missed anything out, let us know so we can update the list!

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