This 32x32-stud white baseplate provides LEGO builders with a world of possibilities for creative construction as an inspiring landscape for imaginative play and a sturdy platform for model display
Never before has a white LEGO baseplate as large as this been available; measuring over 10'' (25cm) square, this bright white building toy gives kids a spacious 32x32-stud LEGO landscape on which to build, play and display
Sturdy, durable and featuring 1,024 perfectly aligned studs, the baseplate is made to grip bricks at any angle (even upside down! ) yet be removed with ease; it even grips firmly enough for model transport and display
This white baseplate makes an exciting addition to any LEGO builder's collection and is a great gift for anyone over the age of 4
Measuring over 10'' (25cm) square, the LEGO baseplate is big enough for building projects and impressive displays (minifigure lineup, anyone?), and compatible with all LEGO building sets
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Develop children’s creativity with LEGO® Classic. Sets contain ideas to help them get started, while special pieces alongside classic LEGO bricks inspire even further. And because LEGO Classic spans so many different age groups, there’s fun for all the family and imagination for every generation.
It has come a long way over the past 90 years - from a small carpenter’s workshop to a modern, global enterprise that is now one of the world’s largest manufacturers of toys.
The LEGO brick is our most important product. We are proud to have been named “Toy of the Century” twice. Our products have undergone extensive development over the years – but the foundation remains the traditional LEGO brick.
The brick in its present form was launched in 1958. The interlocking principle with its tubes makes it unique and offers unlimited building possibilities. It's just a matter of getting the imagination going – and letting a wealth of creative ideas emerge through play.