Olivia's Exploration Car

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Drive Olivia’s car to see the stars at the observatory!

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Find the best stargazing spots with LEGO® Friends Olivia's Exploration Car and use the telescope with turning platform, sky map, sticky notes and a magnifying glass to study the stars. Includes an Olivia mini-doll figure plus Zobo the robot.

  • Includes an Olivia mini-doll figure plus Zobo the robot.
  • Features a blue and pink SUV-style car that seats 2 mini-dolls.
  • Includes an observatory tower with a ladder up to the telescope and turning platform, and a stand-up board with a sky map.
  • Accessory elements include a computer, magnifying glass, sticky notes and a cup for hot chocolate.
  • Sit Olivia and Zobo the robot in the car and pack it with everything you need for a night of stargazing.
  • Climb up the observatory tower andturn the telescope.
  • Use the magnifying glass to study the sky map in detail.
  • This set offers an age-appropriate building experience for ages 6 -12.
  • This set includes 185 bricks.
  • SUV-style car measures over 2” (6cm) high, 3” (9cm) long and 1” (5cm) wide.
  • Observation tower measures over 3” (8cm) high, 2” (6cm) wide and 2” (6cm) deep.
Olivia's Exploration Car is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Glad to have my own Funny how you asked if I would recommend it to a friend. Even before I got my own, I recommended it to a stranger buying Legos for her daughter! There really aren't enough girls in STEM. Shortly before it was released, I showed my mom (who has an engineering math degree) a picture of this set. She said that she would've asked for that set for Christmas. Already having an Olivia doll (and wanting a wavy-haired Emily Jones in addition to my first edition Emily Jones), I gave this doll Emily's hair and renamed her Lise, after physicist Lise Meitner. Besides, even when making new observations, she needs her hair out of the way! (personal preference) Some personal circumstances gave rise to the need for two $10-$15 Lego sets. This set did NOT disappoint. All science-theming aside, I also wanted this set because the car was a pinky red color. I would have liked it better if there was more elbow room and seats in the Friends cars. All in all, I would recommend this set to any girl, including the ones (like my mom) who wish for girly science toys
Date published: 2016-05-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great to see another science related Friends set! While I wish the observatory tower itself was a more substantial build, I’m impressed by the size and quality of the exploration vehicle. There's enough room for two mini-dolls and cargo space in the back for tools and Olivia's laptop. My favorite aspect of the vehicle are the new sticker designs. They look like atoms with little hearts in place of the nucleus and electrons. It’s adorable and science-y all at the same time! The colors are great too. Love the dark pink, rather than the light pink from previous sets. The highlight of this set for me is the Observatory Tower and Sky Map. I wish the observatory was a bit bigger or more complex, (and would pay more for a bigger science-related Olivia set in the future,) but for the price this telescope is good. I like that the whole platform rotates and the telescope itself can be tilted up and down. Well designed for such a simple build. The sky map is on an easel so you can tilt it forward or back. The starchart sticker is great, and the working removable magnifying glass is cool, but my favorite little touch is the yellow post-it note in the corner! It has a couple things scribbled on it, and it’s a printed piece, not just a sticker. I can relate to it because I have sticky notes all over my computer screen, so it personalizes the set all the more. (My set actually came with two note pieces, so I can use one with my other creations, yay!) Zobo the robot has had some upgrades since I last saw him a few years ago in Olivia's Invention Workshop. Most notably, he now has rotating wheels, rather than stationary feet! The antenna on his back can be used to help him keep balance, which is smart. And I like that he has hands that can hold things like tools or a cup of hot chocolate! Hopefully someday there will be a bigger science-related set for Olivia, but until then I will mix this set with my Invention Workshop to make a complete laboratory and science center! If you or your little girl is into science, stargazing, or are just collecting all of Olivia’s sets (like myself) then this set is a must… if for anything, just for little Zobo and his cup of hot chocolate!
Date published: 2016-01-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Science Rocks! I love the little sets like these (Party Train is one I really want) I recieved this for Easter and it was a pleasant unasked for surprise. Olivia has a really cool outfit on. The spinning planetarium is really cute, and I love pretending to see constellations. The SUV is amazing, love the color scheme, and that there is space in the back for a cup, Zobo, and her laptop. It also seats two girls. Zobo is a cute little guy. He's fun to play with, and a great companion fo Olivia's science adventures! I recommend this set a lot, especially for your science loving girls!
Date published: 2017-01-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Glad that I bought one of these sets before they sold out- hoping that Lego bring out more science themed sets in the new year! I like the astronomy theme, Zobo the robot is really cute and I really like the atom design on the vehicle and Olivia's outfit. The colours look good, being bright and clear with no sugary pastels. It would be awesome if it included some real star-charts and some information about planets etc. to make it more educational but as it is it is a really fun and cute Lego set!
Date published: 2016-11-28
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