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Sunday, 20 June is Father's Day!

Now is the perfect time to celebrate Dad and say thank you with LEGO.

Maybe you're saying thank you for all the support he has provided over this last year, or maybe it's to say thank you for ferrying you around from A to B without complaint.

We've collated a list of five great LEGO sets sure to keep Dad busy, and if you ask nicely maybe he'll let you help too!

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LEGO Apollo 11 Lunar Lander

  • Set: 10266
  • Pieces: 1087

This detailed Apollo 11 Lunar Landing model celebrates man's first moon landing and is an excellent display model for any home office with it's attractive use of gold LEGO pieces and lunar base plate.

With it's varied use of LEGO building techniques and the ability to separate the descent and ascent stages of the module it's a great way get Dad into a new hobby and start exploring the LEGO universe!

The LEGO Lunar Lander

LEGO Batman 1989 Batmobile

  • Set: 76139
  • Pieces: 3306

Swing back to 1989 and re-visit the original Batman movie where Michal Keaton donned the Batsuit for the first time with this detailed LEGO Batmobile replica.

This highly rated model features a slide open cockpit, a selection of Bat controls and weaponary to take down Gotham's finest. The Batmobile measures 60cm (23 inches) long once built and comes with a rotating stand.

The set also comes with LEGO Jack Nicholson as The Joker which is worth the price alone.

The original movie Batmobile

James Bond Aston Martin

  • Set: 10262
  • Pieces: 1295

Do you expect me to talk? No, Mr Bond. I expect you to buy! Buy this wonderful LEGO recreation of the Aston Martin DB5 from Goldfinder, that is.

This set isn't your usual Aston Martin, it comes with some interesting modifications such as rear bullet proof screen and left and right machine guns. Release the roof and engage and fire the ejector seat. Just in the like the movies. Just make sure you return it intact once your mission is complete, otherwise Q will be unhappy.

A great gift for any father who loves spy gadgets and/or James Bond.

LEGO Darth Vader Helmet

  • Set: 75304
  • Pieces: 834

For those with father's who are fans of Star Wars, this authentic LEGO Darth Vader helmet is great to build and a fanstatic display piece.

Recreating all the details from this iconic helmet, your father can pretend to join the Dark Side just before he re-commences his usual Dad's taxi service.

LEGO Ghostbusters ECTO-1

  • Set: 10274
  • Pieces: 2352

Your Dad ain't afraid of no ghosts, and you shouldn't be either. But in case you need some extra assurance, this LEGO Ghostbusters ECTO-1 is an exciting build for any fans of the paranormal.

It also includes a cool new gunner seat which rotates out of the vehicle to bust ghosts on the move - straight out of the new Ghostbusters: Afterlife movie.

LEGO Ghostbusters ECTO-1

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