For over nine decades, Lego has been a beloved and enduring part of countless childhoods worldwide. Lego was founded in 1932 in Denmark by Ole Kirk Christiansen. Since then, the company has evolved from a small carpentry workshop to a global toy giant. As we celebrate 91 years since Lego’s inception, let’s take a nostalgic journey through some of their legendary sets that have left an indelible mark on the world of toys.
The Original Lego Wooden Duck (1935)
Before plastic bricks, Lego produced wooden toys. The wooden duck was one of the earliest creations and marked the beginning of a long and colorful history.
Lego Space Sets (Late 1970s to 1980s)
Lego launched its space-themed sets during the space race era. This includes iconic sets like the Classic Space and Blacktron series that fueled imaginations with visions of intergalactic adventures.
Lego Star Wars (1999 to Present)
Lego’s collaboration with Star Wars has produced numerous sets that let fans build iconic starships, droids, and scenes from the galaxy far, far away. This line is still going strong.
Lego Creator Expert (2000s to Present)
These sets target adult fans with intricate designs, such as the modular buildings series, the London Tower Bridge, and the Taj Mahal.