Journey into Rivendell™ with this LEGO® The Lord of the Rings™ collectible (10316). Based on the Middle-earth™ valley where the famous quest began, this impressive 6,167-piece project for adults is bursting with details that film fans will adore.
Bring iconic scenes to life
The building set is decorated with foliage that creates the feeling of being deep inside the Rivendell™ forest and includes magical details including an elven forge, Elrond's cluttered study, the Shards of Narsil™, plus paintings and statues from the history of Middle-earth™. It also comes with 15 minifigures to bring favourite scenes to life. The minifigures have detachable legs, so you can seat them around the table to recreate the iconic Council of Elrond™ scene.
Make time for you
This highly requested building set has been designed for The Lord of the Rings™ fans and film-lovers who appreciate stunning design.
- Build a Middle-earth™ valley – Create and display a LEGO® version of Rivendell™ with this THE LORD OF THE RINGS: RIVENDELL™ (10316) building set for adults
- 6,167 pieces filled with film magic – The set is an immersive project that’s bursting with details and references to The Lord of the Rings™ film trilogy that all fans will recognise
- Detailed decor – Details include Frodo's bedroom and Elrond's study, and the different sections can be displayed separately: for example, the Council of Elrond™ can be lifted off the main model
- Iconic characters – The building set features 15 minifigures, including legendary characters such as Frodo™, Sam™, Bilbo Baggins™, Boromir™, Gimli™, Aragorn™, Legolas and Gandalf the Grey™
- Recreate your favourite scenes – The set makes it easy to recreate iconic moments including the Council of Elrond™ scene and the moment the Fellowship crosses the bridge at the start of their journey
- Dimensions – The set measures over 39 cm (15 in.) high, 75 cm (29.5 in.) wide and 50 cm (19.5 in.) deep and splits into 3 sections: the tower, the council ring and the gazebo with river and bridge
- Give as a gift – This set makes a thoughtful gift for film-lovers and fans of The Lord of the Rings™, who will love immersing themselves in Rivendell™
- Make time for you – This building set is part of a collection of LEGO® projects for adults who appreciate stunning designs and intricate details
- High-quality materials – LEGO® building bricks have been consistent, compatible and made from high-quality materials since 1958
- Safety ensured – LEGO® building bricks and pieces have been rigorously tested and meet stringent safety requirements
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This was a build that I was really looking forward to & it did not disappoint! Even the 1 X 1 roof tiles that I thought would be a nightmare, turned out to fly by and actually be rather stimulating. I would absolutely love to get a quality light kit for this build & take it to the next level but we'll have to see when funds allow me to do this.
If you are thinking about getting this set, just do it, you won't regret it!
I absolutly love this set, and really apricate the detail on the minifigures, all of the little easter eggs, I love the movies of the hobbit and the lord of the rings, the rings of power and the original books written by J.R.R Tolkien, and i think that this set does the books and movies proud.
Extremely pricey, but it is a beautiful Lego set.
10316 | LEGO® ICONS™ THE LORD OF THE RINGS: RIVENDELL™
Imladris. Rivendell. The House of Elrond. The Last Homely House East of the Sea.
This set proves that Lego has transcended to art.
This is, by far, the most beautiful, fun to build, exceptional and artistic set I have ever built. The attention to detail and the painstaking effort that the designers put into this set is staggering. They have somehow managed the impossible: to include almost everything a Lego and Lord of the Rings fan could possibly want in a set; depicting every important and memorable scene related to Rivendell.
Everything from the candlesticks, bookshelf, the ornately-made fresco of Isildur with the Blade that was Broken (Narsil) and Sauron, to the gazebo and bridge where Aragron and Arwen stood, the beautifully-patterned (and each printed!) floor tiles, the lovely trees and even the random leaves on the ground all serve to make this set jump straight from the movie. Every time I look at it I hear the ambient sounds and music of Rivendell in my head.
When I see the elven smith in front of the forge I hear the sound of metal clanging, of the forge bellowing, of the night sounds of Rivendell and of the soundtrack for Anduril swelling.
The minifigures, most of which have been reworked especially for this set, complete with brand new weapons straight out of the film, are this set's party piece. The detail here, too, is amazing - most of the figures (even the statues) have different expressions, depending on what is required of a scene. There are special pieces for Gandalf, Elrond, Bilbo and Frodo in their seated position. On that score, I found that all these "standby" minifigure pieces, including Gandalf's hat or hairpiece and Gimil's can be stored in a section under the tower, where there is a space just big enough for them! This is very useful if one does not like having those pieces lying around. Given the passion the designers put in this piece I would not be surprised if that was deliberate. . .
I especially like the fact that so many copies of the new weapons were included for the elven sword, Boromir's broadsword, Strider's sword, Narsil, Gimli's axes etc.
Regarding the price: Anything in excess of R 5000 for a Lego set is expensive, to be sure. But given the set's size, the Lord of the Rings (TM) licencing, the number of minifigures and, above all, the fact that it does everything right and has so many Easter eggs, I expected it to costs well above R 10 000 and to rival Star Wars' UCS Star Destroyer or even its UCS Millennium Falcon.
Seen in that context, and the fact that the set itself is modular, it is actually astonishing value for money.
In terms of building experience, this set blew me away. It took about 12 hours (bearing in mind this is the largest Lego I ever purchased, with the second-largest only being about 2000 pieces, by comparison). But the build process, despite the time spent, NEVER felt tedious or repetitive. Whether one was building the very robust and solid base, adding leaves to the trees, or building a beautiful working table, complete with a candle, ink pot and the book There and Back again, it always felt like you were making something truly special. This is true even of the roof tiles - which I was dreading initially, to be honest. It was probably the most satisfying part of the build when they all finally lined up perfectly to reveal an unmistakable Imladris-style roof.
I read somewhere that the trees' building style was "controversial", but I found them to be some of the best pieces of the set.
To criticise this set at all would feel like blasphemy, but it does make the heaps of praise given, seem more candid.
Given how this set spoilt us with hidden gems and details, I only found it sad that the new weapon pieces did not include Gandalf's legendary sword Glamdring and the reforged version of Aragorn's sword, Anduril, the Flame of the West. The latter would have been especially cool, given how amazing the new Shards of Narsil look.
Also, it it would have been nicer if the roof of the Tower could open up on hinges or come off more easily to reveal Bilbo's writing station - which is a bit hidden away in the back of the tower towards the roof's slope.
Finally, a small statute in the Gazebo-section of Aragorn's mother - Gilraen's Memorial, and maybe a small stable for Arwen's horse Asfaloth, would have made this piece even more perfect.
But I would not even have commented this, if the set had not already spoiled us as much as it did!
I think the Lord of the Rings movies are the greatest triumph of screen to ever have been made, but I sadly doubt Tolkien would have agreed - given how particular he was about his works and how vividly he saw characters and events in his mind. He would probably have been mortified by even the smallest changes made.
But I somehow think this set would have put a massive smile on the Professor's face. And that is the greatest triumph of all.
To the designers we say in Quenya: Hant...