Take a look at new LEGO City 2022 sets, which include an awesome Moon Base!

Thanks to German retailer JB Spielwaren, we now also have a near-complete look at the upcoming 2022 LEGO City sets, which span a great variety of City themes – from your classic Police and Fire Brigade, to some usable structures and buildings such as a Hospital, and School, and into outerspace with 60350 Lunar Research Base!

I’m really pumped for 60350 Lunar Research Base, which is inspired by NASA’s Artemis Base Camp Concept – Artemis is NASA’s mission to return to the Moon by 2025, and it’s great for LEGO to lean into space exploration.

Prices and exact release dates should be revealed on shortly, and I’ll update this list below once they’ve been confirmed, but expect most of these 2022 City sets to be available in January 2022.

The last two years has seen medical professionals and frontline health workers play such a prominent role in helping society through a once-in-a-generation pandemic, so I’m really pleased to see LEGO honouring these heroes with a substantial hospital set.

It’s pretty great to have more “usable” buildings instead of just Police Stations, and burning buildings, and I imagine parents will also get to use this set to educate kids on the amazing contributions and sacrifices made by frontline healthworkers, and hospital support staff through the Covid-19 pandemic.

And my other favourite pick is 60314 Ice Cream Truck Police Chase, with these Soft Serve Bandits. It’s nice to see LEGO City baddies branch out, and adopt more zany costumes and outfits, and this one looks like a ton of fun.

These new Ice Cream costumes are brilliant, and there’s also a green version in 60328 Beach Lifeguard Station.

Those are some of my faves from the 2022 LEGO City January releases!

Check out all the new 2022 LEGO City sets below!

60350 Lunar Research Base

60343 Rescue Helicopter Transport

60330 Hospital

60329 School Day

60328 Beach Lifeguard Station

60325 Cement Mixer Truck

60324 Mobile Crane

60323 Stunt Plane

60322 Race Car

60321 Fire Brigade

60320 Fire Station

60319 Fire Rescue Police Chase

60318 Fire Helicopter

60317 Police Chase at the Bank

60316 Police Station

60315 Police Mobile Command Truck

60314 Ice Cream Truck Police Chase

60312 Police Car

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7 responses to “Take a look at new LEGO City 2022 sets, which include an awesome Moon Base!”

  1. I need to purchase some of these… For my children and for others…

  2. Mark P says:

    Yay, another ice cream truck!! I genuinely love collecting those, and this one comes up with some awesome play features.
    Speaking of, seen the play feature of the sardine factory?!? AMAZING!!

  3. Greg says:

    Some of these sets are head scratchers. Its like they started with the new road system and then said, design a 3-4 block wide building around it. Many of these new structures are kinda bad, in my opinion. What stinks is, I actually like a lot of the ancillary vehicles that come in these sets! I wish I could just have those separate.

    And I also scratch my head at the random inclusions of other things. Here’s a tractor with eggs on it with the police mobile command. Huh? what? And what lifeguard station has a paved road running through it? Odd.

    I do like a lot of the vehicles for sure, but not enough to get most of these sets. The moon base is really neat and definitely calls back to classic space!

    • Jacob Morgan says:

      I just think the sets look kind of like junior sets with the box art style and the drastically different color palate we are used to seeing with city sets. Also I agree with the building, what were they doing? I wish they decided to give more depth to the buildings like the “older” fire station and police station sets. The lunar base does look pretty cool thought to be fair

    • Kat says:

      Yes I totally agree with you on that !!

  4. DavidC says:

    Normally I don’t see much of interest in the City range, but the Lunar Base is a definite buy for me (and I’m thinking it wouldn’t be very hard to make a new modular-space-base standard out of them … oooh!).

  5. Kat says:

    Very cool! Thank you for sharing! I must have the lifeguard set, squirrels, kittens and the new broken egg pieces.

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