Washington, D.C. Mini Building Blocks Set

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Kids can become the architects of some of the famous buildings and monuments in our nation's capital with this Washington, D.C. Mini Building Blocks Set. Comes with assembly instructions.

Museum Story

The Smithsonian's National Museum of American History is responsible for the collection, care and preservation of more than three million objects. The collections reflect the breadth, depth and complexity of the experiences of the American people, from social and cultural history to the history of science, medicine and technology.


  • Ages 7 and up
  • Plastic
  • U.S. Capitol: 7.9"l. x 3.9"h. x 3.2"d. assembled, 547 pieces
  • Lincoln Memorial: 4.75"l. x 2"h. x 3"d. assembled, 393 pieces
  • Washington Monument: 4.75"l. x 2.9"h. x 4.75"d. assembled, 266 pieces
  • White House: 4.75"l. x 3.25"h. x 4.75"d. assembled, 485 pieces
  • Made in China

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David Cornish

June 21, 2023

Customer Rating: 5 out of 5 Hope they have more to sell in the future.

I have now completed the Washington Monument, as well as the other items I have already reviewed. Although challenging because of their small block size, and basic instructions that are not as detailed as Lego instructions, these are fun kits. And the challenge is part of the fun. And the items look great when you are completed. If Smithsonian is listening, please order more of these items for people. I already have my items ready for the upcoming Fourth of July!


David Cornish

June 6, 2023

Customer Rating: 5 out of 5 A fun product

I have built the Mini Block Lincoln Memorial and the White House (and have built the Jefferson Memorial in a different set). They look great! Those who are accustomed to Legos will find Mini Blocks more challenging because the pieces are smaller. The directions require more study as well. However, the challenge is part of the fun. And when you are done, you will have some really neat figures from Washington D.C. I plan to put them out on the Fourth of July. I would suggest that children need the full assistance of adults to build the figures. I look forward to building the other figures, and also the Mini Block Smithsonian "castle"!


Barbara McCullough

January 6, 2022

Customer Rating: 2 out of 5 Mini building blocks

Pieces are extremely small. That challenge could be overcome but the terrible instructions added to it make it very difficult and not a bit of fun. Instructions need more step by step like legos. These are like 10 steps in 1 and differentiating the tiny sizes and shapes is really impossible. Plan to return them.

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