Review: LEGO Toy Story 4 playsets

A happy little girl with a LEGO Toy Story 4 playset.

Disclosure: I received the featured LEGO Toy Story 4 playsets to review and keep. 

The wait is almost over – Toy Story 4 is released on Friday! We’re all looking forward to seeing it, particularly youngest. She was very happy, therefore, to help me review these brand new LEGO Toy Story 4 playsets.

Both sets are LEGO 4+ – previously known as LEGO Juniors – so have been made with younger children in mind. They include special starter baseplates which allow little ones to build models as well as confidence quickly.

They’re also compatible with all other LEGO sets.

LEGO Toy Story 4 10770 playset.

Buzz & Woody’s Carnival Mania! (10770)

There’s so much going on in this 230-piece set, so it’s easy to see why Toy Story fans young and old will enjoy playing with it.

The biggest element is a fairground-style target-shooting game complete with a working cannon.

A child playing with a LEGO set.

There’s also a spinning ‘Terrorantuls’ ride with adjustable arms, an ice cream shop with seating and two bumper cars.

Not to mention no fewer than five characters. Namely Buzz, Woody, Bo Peep plus newcomers Bunny and Ducky.

A happy child playing with some LEGO sets.

Youngest absolutely loves playing with this set and, even though she’s not quite the recommended age yet, managed to assemble most of it without any help.

There’s plenty to inspire the imagination and she clearly gets a lot of enjoyment from it.

RRP: £44.99

LEGO Toy Story 4 10767 playset.

Duke Caboom’s Stunt Show (10767)

I remember being very envious of a friend’s Evel Knievel toy as a kid, so am delighted we now have Duke Caboom – an obvious nod to the iconic stuntman – in our LEGO collection!

This playset comprises 120 pieces and includes Duke Caboom and Woody. Duke has both a wig and a crash helmet – a nice touch, I thought.

The main element is, of course, the stunt jump. The ramp is nice and easy to build and the ring of fire is adjustable.

A child playing with a LEGO set.

Also included are Duke’s motorbike, a stunt sign, three stackable cans and a couple of small cars that can be positioned under the jump.

Again, youngest has had a lot of fun with this set and all of the characters from both this and the other one have had a go on the bike!

RRP: £15.99

These LEGO Toy Story 4 playsets are, without doubt, youngest’s favourite toys at the moment and I think that says it all.

They were easy to construct and have already inspired a huge amount of creative play so I’m very happy with them too.


  1. John Adams

    Some awesome LEGO on display there Tom! In fact Mrs Adams took our youngest to go and see Toy Story 4 yesterday and I am looking for LEGO sets to keep the kids entertained during the summer holidays. You have inspired me.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.