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A Lego theme is a product line of Lego construction toys produced by The Lego Group based on a central concept.

Before 1978, Lego produced several construction sets with common themes, but they were not necessarily branded as part of a single series or theme. Following the introduction of minifigures in 1978, owner Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen pushed a new strategy of creating and marketing a series of sets he termed a "system within the system"[1] and the three original environments (based on the present, past and future, respectively) were launched: Town, Castle,[2] and Space.[3]

In 1987, Lego created sub-themes within these environments, as well as introducing branding that identified a set as part of a theme. The company also produced product lines that used pieces outside of the standard Lego system such as Technic, Duplo and Fabuland. Since then, many new themes have been introduced and discontinued, including the inclusion of licensed themes in 1999 such as Star Wars, Harry Potter or Marvel and DC Comics. Not all sets produced are necessarily part of any official theme including store exclusive sets, one-off licensed sets, and most advanced construction sets released prior to the introduction of Creator Expert.

Current themes

Name Subject Licensed Produced Note
Lego Architecture[4] Buildings Lego, various 2008–present
Lego Art[5] Brick-built artwork and portraits Lego, various 2020–present
Lego Avatar[6][7][8][9][10] Avatar (James Cameron films) 20th Century Studios, Disney,
Lightstorm Entertainment
2022–present
Lego Batman Batman characters DC Comics, Warner Bros. 2018–present Also a subtheme of Lego Super Heroes
Lego Boost Robotics Lego 2017–present
Lego BrickHeadz[11] Buildable characters Lego, various 2016–present
Lego Brick Sketches Brick-built portraits Lego, various 2020–present
Lego City Modern life Lego 2005–present
Lego Classic[12][13][14] Assorted bricks Lego 2015–present
Lego Creator Models with few specialised bricks Lego, various 2003–present
Lego DC Super Heroes DC Comics and DC Studios DC Comics, Warner Bros. 2011–present Subtheme of Lego Super Heroes
Lego Disney[15] Disney and Pixar characters Disney, Pixar 2012–present
Lego DOTS[16] Arts and crafts Lego, various 2020–present
Lego Dreamzzz[17][18][19][20] Dreams Lego 2023–present
Lego Duplo Bricks designed for children ages 1+1⁄2 to 5
years; two times bigger than traditional Lego
bricks, yet compatible with traditional Lego bricks
Lego, various 1969–present
Lego Education[21] For use by schools, particularly STEAM learning Lego 1999–present
Lego Friends Girl-oriented designs Lego 2012–present
Lego Gabby's Dollhouse[22][23][24][25] Gabby's Dollhouse DreamWorks Animation Television 2023–present
Lego Harry Potter Wizarding World Warner Bros. 2001–2005,
2007, 2010–2011,
2018–present
Lego Horizon[26][27] Horizon Forbidden West Guerrilla Games,
Sony Interactive Entertainment
2022–present
Lego Icons Larger sets generally aimed at an adult audience Lego, various
  • 2000-2012
    (as Lego Exclusives)
  • 2013–2022
    (as Creator Expert)
  • 2022–present
    (as Icons)
Lego Cuusoo /
Lego Ideas
Community supported builds[28] Lego, various
  • 2008–2014
    (as Cuusoo)
  • 2014–present
    (as Ideas)
Lego Indiana Jones Indiana Jones Disney, Lucasfilm Ltd. 2008–2009,
2023–present
Lego Jurassic World[29] Jurassic Park / Jurassic World Amblin Entertainment, Universal Pictures 2015, 2018–present
Lego The Lord of the Rings The Lord of the Rings (film series) Middle-earth Enterprises,
New Line Cinema, Warner Bros.
2012–2013,
2023–present
Lego Marvel Super Heroes Marvel Comics and Marvel Cinematic Universe Disney, Marvel Entertainment 2012–present Subtheme of Lego Super Heroes
Lego Marvel Avengers Marvel Cinematic Universe Subtheme of Lego Super Heroes
Lego Minecraft Minecraft (franchise) Mojang Studios (Microsoft) 2012–present
Lego Minifigures Collectible minifigures Lego, various 2010–present
Lego Monkie Kid[30] Journey to the West and Monkey King Lego 2020–present
Lego Ninjago[31] Ninjago (TV series) and Ninjago: Dragons Rising Lego 2011–present
Lego Overwatch[32] Overwatch Blizzard Entertainment 2018–present
Lego Powered Up Motorised sets Lego 2017–present
Lego Serious Play Innovation and business performance Lego 2010–present
Lego Sonic the Hedgehog[33][34][35] Sonic the Hedgehog Sega 2023–present
Lego Speed Champions Auto racing Lego, various 2015–present
Lego Spider-Man Spider-Man Disney, Marvel 2019–present Also a subtheme of Lego Super Heroes
Lego Star Wars Star Wars Disney, Lucasfilm Ltd. 1999–present
Lego Super Mario[36] Super Mario Nintendo 2020–present
Lego Expert Builder /
Lego Technic
Gears, axles and functional machinery Lego, various
  • 1977–1985
    (as Expert Builder)
  • 1986–present
    (as Technic)
Lego Trains Electric trains Lego 1966–present
Lego Xtra Accessories Lego 2018–present

Discontinued themes

Name Subject Sub-themes Licensed Produced Notes
Lego 4+[37] For children 4 years old or more Lego, various 2003–2004
Lego Adventurers Adventurers and exploration
  • Egypt (1998–1999, 2001)
  • Jungle / Amazon (1999)
  • Dino Island (2000)
  • Orient expedition (2003)
Lego 1998–2001, 2003
Lego Agents /
Lego Agents 2.0
Agents Lego
  • 2008
    (as Agents)
  • 2009
    (as Agents 2.0)
Lego Alpha Team Secret agents
  • Mission Deep Sea (2002–2003)
  • Mission Deep Freeze (2004–2005)
Lego 2001–2005
Lego The Angry Birds Movie[39] The Angry Birds Movie Columbia Pictures, Rovio Animation,
Sony Pictures
2016
Lego Aqua Raiders Underwater exploration Lego 2007
Lego Aquazone Underwater exploration
  • Aquanauts (1995–1996)
  • Aquasharks (1995–1996, 1998)
  • Aquaraiders (1997)
  • Stingrays (1998)
  • Hydronauts (1998–1999)
Lego 1995–1999
Lego Atlantis Underwater exploration Lego 2010–2011
Lego Avatar: The Last Airbender Avatar: The Last Airbender Nickelodeon, Viacom 2006[40]
Lego Baby Lego sets designed for babies Lego 1983–1990,
2000–2001,
2004–2005
Lego Batman Batman DC Comics,
Warner Bros.
2006–2008
Lego Belville Specifically girl-oriented design Lego 1994–2008
Lego Ben 10: Alien Force[41][42][43][44] Ben 10: Alien Force Cartoon Network 2010
Bionicle Māori-inspired biomechanical beings Lego 2001–2010,
2015–2016
Lego Boats Lego builds that float on water Lego 1973–2005
Lego Bricks and More For children 4 years old or more Lego 2009–2014
Lego Cars Cars (franchise) Disney, Pixar 2010–2012, 2017
Lego Castle Castle, knights and medieval themes
  • Castle (1978–1983)
  • Crusaders (1984–1988, 1990–1992, 1998, 2001)
  • Black Falcons (1984–1987, 1990, 2002)
  • Forestmen (1987–1990)
  • Black Knights (1988–1994, 1998)
  • Wolfpack (1992–1994)
  • Dragon Masters (1993–1994, 1998)
  • Royal Knights (1995–1996, 1998)
  • Dark Forest (1996)
  • Fright Knights (1997–1998)
  • Knights' Kingdom (2000)
  • Knights' Kingdom II (2004–2006)
  • Castle II (2007–2009)
  • Kingdoms (2010–2012)
  • Castle III (2013–2014)
Lego 1978–2014
Lego Clikits Girl's jewellery Lego 2003–2006
Lego Creative building For children 4 years old or more Lego 2006–2008
Lego Dacta Education Lego 1960–2003
Lego DC Super Hero Girls DC Super Hero Girls DC Comics,
Warner Bros.
2016–2018
Lego Factory /
Lego Design byME
Service that allowed fans to design their own Lego sets on a program, and then order the set from Lego Lego
  • 2005–2008
    (as Factory)
  • 2009–2012 (as Design byME)
Lego Dimensions Toys-to-life Lego, TT Games,
20th Century Fox, Amblin Entertainment,
BBC,
Cartoon Network, Columbia Pictures,
DC Comics,
Ghost Corps,
Hanna-Barbera, Middle-earth Enterprises,
Midway Games,
New Line Cinema, Paramount Pictures,
Sega, Sony Pictures,
Universal Pictures, Valve, Warner Bros.
2015–2017
Lego Dino[45][46] Dinosaurs Lego 2011–2012
Lego Dino Attack /
Lego Dino 2010[47][48][49]
Dinosaurs. Released in the United States and Australia as Dino Attack. Released in Europe as Dino 2010 with modified builds Lego 2005
Lego Dinosaurs Dinosaurs Lego 2001
Lego Discovery Discovery Channel Discovery Channel 2003
Lego Elves Elves Lego 2015–2018
Lego Exo-Force Mecha Lego 2006–2008
Lego Fabuland Aimed at young children, the range aimed to fill the gap between Duplo and the standard Lego product ranges Lego 1979–1989
Lego FORMA[50] Fish models Lego 2019[51]
Lego Frozen II[52] Frozen II Disney 2019–2021
Lego Fusion[53] Combination of construction sets and game app[54][55] Lego 2014
Lego Galidor Galidor: Defenders of the Outer Dimension Lego,
Tom Lynch Company
2002
Lego Games Board games
  • Heroica (2011–2012)
Lego, various 2009–2013
Lego Ghostbusters Ghostbusters
  • Ghostbusters (1984)
  • Ghostbusters (2016)
  • Ghostbusters: Afterlife
Columbia Pictures, Ghost Corps,
Sony Pictures
2014–2016,
2018, 2020
Lego Hero Factory Hero Factory Lego 2010–2014
Lego Hidden Side[56][57] Ghosts, supernatural and mystery solving with interactive augmented reality[58] Lego 2019–2020
Lego The Hobbit The Hobbit (film series)
  • An Unexpected Journey
  • The Desolation of Smaug
  • The Battle of the Five Armies
Middle-earth Enterprises,
New Line Cinema, Warner Bros.
2012–2014 A subtheme of Lego The Lord of the Rings
Lego Homemaker Lego 1971–1982
Lego Island Xtreme Stunts Stunt performers Lego 2001–2003
Lego Jack Stone Action themed sets centred on character Jack Stone. Lego 2001–2003
Lego Juniors Easy to build sets designed for children aged 4 to 7 years old Lego, various 2014–2018
Lego Legends of Chima Legends of Chima
  • Speedorz
Lego 2013–2015
The Lego Batman Movie The Lego Batman Movie Lego, DC Comics, Warner Bros. 2017–2018
The Lego Movie The Lego Movie (franchise) Lego, DC Comics, Warner Bros. 2014–2015,
2018–2019
The Lego Ninjago Movie
[60]
The Lego Ninjago Movie Lego, Warner Bros. 2017
Lego Life of George
[61][62]
Combination of construction sets and game app[63][64][65] Lego 2011–2012
Lego Little Robots Little Robots Lego,
Create TV & Film
2003–2004
Lego The Lone Ranger The Lone Ranger (2013 film) Disney,
Jerry Bruckheimer Films
2013
Lego Mars Mission Mars exploration Lego 2007–2008
Lego Master Builder's Academy Master builder's academy Lego 2011–2013
Lego Mickey Mouse Mickey Mouse Disney 2000
Lego Mindstorms Robotic Lego sets and kits aimed at teaching coding and robotics Lego 1998–2022
Lego Minions: The Rise of Gru[66] Minions: The Rise of Gru Illumination,
Universal Pictures
2020–2021
Lego Mixels Mixels Lego,
Cartoon Network
2014–2016
Lego Model Team Advanced vehicle models Lego 1986, 1990–1991,
1993–1999, 2004
Lego Monster Fighters Monster fighters, monsters, zombies and ghosts Lego 2012
Lego Muji[67][68][69] Combination of Lego bricks and foil decals[70] Muji 2009–2011
Lego Nexo Knights Nexo Knights Lego 2016–2018
Lego Ninja Ninjas
  • Shogun's Defence (1998–1999)
  • Robbers (1998–1999)
  • Red Ninjas (1999)
Lego 1998–2000
Lego Originals[71][72] Giant-sized wooden minifigures Lego 2019
Lego Pharaoh's Quest Archaeologists and mummies Lego 2011
Lego Pirates Pirates
  • Imperial Soldiers (1989–1991, 2015)
  • Pirates (1989–1997, 2001–2002, 2009, 2015)
  • Imperial Guards (1992–1996, 2009–2010)
  • Islanders (1994, 2001)
  • Imperial Armada (1996–1997, 2001)
Lego 1989–1997,
2001–2002
2009–2010, 2015
Lego Pirates of the Caribbean Pirates of the Caribbean (film series) Disney,
Jerry Bruckheimer Films
2011, 2017
Lego Power Functions Electric motors for Lego sets Lego 2007–201?
Lego Power Miners Mining and underground monsters Lego 2009–2010
Lego The Powerpuff Girls[73] The Powerpuff Girls (2016 TV series) Cartoon Network 2018
Lego Primo Lego sets designed for babies Lego 1995–1999
Lego Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time (film) Disney,
Jerry Bruckheimer Films
2010
Lego QUATRO Very large bricks; two times as big as Lego Duplo bricks, but they are still compatible with Duplo bricks Lego 2004–2006
Lego Racers Auto racing
  • Xalax (2001)
  • Radio Control (2001–2009)
  • Drome Racers (2002)
  • Williams F1 (2002–2003)
  • Ferrari (2004–2013)
  • Power Racers (2005–2010)
  • Tiny Turbos (2005–2013)
  • Lamborghini (2009–2010)
  • Air Stomper (2010–2011)
Lego, various 2001–2013
Lego RoboRiders Motorcycle-based robots Lego 2000–2001
Lego Rock Raiders Mining and underground monsters Lego 1999–2000
Lego Scala Girl-oriented designs Lego 1979–1980,
1997–2001
Lego Scooby-Doo[74][75] Scooby-Doo Hanna-Barbera, Warner Bros. 2015–2017
Lego The Simpsons The Simpsons 20th Century Fox 2014–2015, 2018
Lego Space Space exploration and extraterrestrial life
  • Space (1978–1988)
  • Futuron (1987–1990)
  • Blacktron (1987–1991)
  • Space Police I (1989, 1991)
  • M:Tron (1990–1991)
  • Blacktron Future Generation (1991–1992)
  • Space Police II (1992–1993, 1998)
  • Ice Planet 2002 (1993–1995, 1999)
  • Unitron (1994–1995)
  • Spyrius (1994–1996, 1999)
  • Exploriens (1996)
  • Roboforce (1997)
  • UFO (1997–1999)
  • Insectoids (1998–1999)
  • Life on Mars (2000–2001)
  • Space Police III (2009–2010)
  • Alien Conquest (2011)
  • Galaxy Squad (2013)
Lego 1978–2013
Lego Speed Racer Speed Racer (film) Warner Bros. 2008
Lego Spider-Man Spider-Man (Sam Raimi film series) Columbia Pictures, Marvel, Sony Pictures 2002–2004
Lego SpongeBob SquarePants SpongeBob SquarePants Nickelodeon, Viacom 2006–2009,
2011–2012
Lego Sports Sports
  • Soccer / Football (2000–2007)
  • Basketball (2003–2004)
  • Gravity Games (2003–2004)
  • Hockey (2003–2004)
Lego, various 2000–2007
Lego Spybotics Spy-based robotics Lego 2002
Lego Stranger Things
[76]
Stranger Things Netflix 2019, 2022
Lego Studios Film studios Lego, various 2000–2003
Lego Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Nickelodeon, Paramount Pictures, Viacom 2013–2014[77]
Lego Thomas & Friends Thomas & Friends HIT Entertainment 2005–2009
Lego Slizer /
Lego Throwbots
Disk-throwing robots Lego 1999–2000
Lego Time Cruisers Time travel
  • Time Cruisers (1996-1997)
  • Time Twisters (1997)
Lego 1996–1997
Lego Town Modern life
  • Leisure (1981–1990, 1992–1994, 1996)
  • Airport (1985, 1989–1994, 1996–2001, 2004)
  • Race (1985–2000)
  • High Speed Adventure (1987–1988)
  • Flight (1987, 1992–1994, 1996)
  • Service and Repair (1987–1989, 1998)
  • Nautica (1991)
  • RSQ911 (1991–1992)
  • Paradisa (1992–1997)
  • Rescue (1993–1996)
  • Launch Command (1995)
  • Outback (1997)
  • Divers (1997–1998)
  • Extreme Team (1997–1999)
  • Res-Q (1997–1999)
  • Space Port (1999)
  • Arctic (2000)
Lego 1978–2001, 2004
Lego Toy Story Toy Story (franchise) Disney, Pixar 2009–2010, 2019
Lego Trolls World Tour
[79]
Trolls World Tour DreamWorks Animation,
Universal Pictures
2020
Lego Ultra Agents Agents Lego 2014–2015
Lego Unikitty! Unikitty! Lego,
Cartoon Network, Warner Bros.
2018
Lego Vidiyo[80][81] Music video maker Lego,
Universal Music Group
2021–2022
Lego Vikings Vikings Lego 2005–2006
Lego Wild West Wild west
  • Cavalry (1996–1997, 2002)
  • Cowboys (1996–1997, 2002)
  • Indians (1997, 2002)
Lego 1996–1997, 2002
Lego Winnie the Pooh Winnie the Pooh (franchise) Disney 1999–2001, 2011
Lego World City City life Lego 2003–2004
Lego World Racers World racing Lego 2010
Lego Znap Wire-frame sets Lego 1998–1999

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