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Lego White House

The Lego White House is a fun and unique patriotic item that will provide hours of fun for any American, children and adults alike, and create a wonderful conversation piece and decoration for your home or office as well. Built from 1792-1800, the White House is one of the most iconic symbols representing America.

George Washington chose the design for the White House from six submissions by major architects. James Hoban. The building was burned by the British during the War of 1812, but reconstructed. Every President since John Adams has lived in the White House.

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The White House is six stories all together. It's original construction did not include the familiar south portico (the rounded part), which was added on in 1824, or the north portico, where diplomats are received, until 1829. The West Wing was added in 1901 to house the White House offices and was expanded in 1908, including the construction of the first Oval Office. The East Wing of the White House as we know it today, was constructed in 1942. It houses the White House theater, the visitor's entrance, the East Colonnade and Garden Room. Portraits of former Presidents and First Ladies hang here and visitors walk through the area to get to the main residence.

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The Lego White House when fully constructed measures 10cm x 8cm x 14cm. It has 561 pieces and is best used by someone age 12 and up. It also comes with a booklet describing the design features and history of the White House, along with instructions on how to put it together. The price is $49.99

Revolutionary War and Beyond has worked directly with the Lego Group to bring you this lifelike replica of the White House made entirely of Legos! When you click on the link here, you will be taken directly to the Lego website where you can learn more or place an order. Take a look around while you are on the Lego website. If you decide to purchase anything, Revolutionary War and Beyond will receive a small commission to help with the upkeep of this website. So we appreciate your purchase!

If you would like to learn more or place an order, please go to the Lego White Houseicon page here.


Published 7/11/12

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