Review of 41687 Magical Funfair Stalls and 41677 Forest Waterfall

“Funfair and Waterfall”

41687 Magical Funfair Stalls

We will tackle two set reviews in this article.
41687 features an mid-sized set of a mini carnival with magic show AND an ice cream stall. The sets are priced at USD29.99 with a parts count of 361 pieces alongside 2 Minidolls, 1 Microdoll and 1 little animal. Let’s see what’s inside this set.

The front of the box features the funfair stalls in front of a roller coaster and boxart adds the sunset as the background.

The back of the box shows us the interiors of the set.

Sticker sheet. The stickers look bling with the shiny silver coat.

The painter’s stall. The stall uses the steering wheels as wheels, literally. 4580509 LegoTechnic, Steering Wheel Small, 3 Studs Diameter. It is a simple yet effective build with minimal bricks used.

Henry is eyeing for an ice cream here. I love the design of the oversized ice-cream builds as the signage for this stall.

The main entrance which welcomes you with a big rabbit head build.

The magic hat stall where the rabbit appears from the empty hat!

The back of the main entrance, ice cream and magic hat stall.

Henry is eyeing for an ice cream here.
I love the design of the ice cream build as the signage of this stall.

Camila is lifting Emma from the bed! So magical!

The full picture of the carnival.

The most interesting part of the set for use are these glow in the dark 1×1 studs beneath the trans clear multi coloured 1×1 stud that makes the glow look more colourful than the standard greenish tinge of normal Glow in the Dark elements. It does the trick somewhat but makes the injection point in the centre of the elements look so much more obvious now.
Can you differentiate the Glow in the Dark 1×1 stud? It is coded 6351958 in the instruction booklet but it cannot be found in Bricklink* yet so I suppose it is a new recolour but I can’t seem to notice any difference from the 4073 LegoPlate, Round 1 x 1. However, in this picture I have slotted in white 1x1s at both sides of the GITD part which shows that the difference is pretty noticeable for the trained eye.

6099712 Bunny / Rabbit, Friends, Baby, Sitting with Black Eyes and Nose Pattern (Chili / Mini / Minu) appears in 28 other sets.

Henry. He is not exclusive to the set as he appears in 2 other sets.

Emma. She is wearing an apron to avoid the paint to protect her shirt. She is exclusive to the set with a nice butterfly painting on her face.

Camila. She is the magician in this set and she is exclusive to the set. I love her gold outfit print and the cape. That shimmering cape is also new and exclusive to the set.

The full line up of the minidolls of the set.

41677 Forest Waterfall

We move on to the second set in this review, 41677 Forest Waterfall. This is a rather small set priced at £8.99 with a parts count of 93 pieces alongside with 2 Minidolls and 1 little animal. Let’s see what’s inside this set.

6290571 Windscreen 6 x 2 x 2 with Bar Handle Satin Trans-Light Blue appeared in 3 other sets which is quite rare.
6182435 Tile, Round 2 x 2 with Bottom Stud Holder with Tree Stump / Wood Grain Pattern appeared since 2017 quite nice printed tile in this small set.

The back of the forest. LEGO is nice to include a jewel inside the waterfall.

6252410 Squirrel, Friends / Elves with Black, Brown and White Eyes and Black Eyelashes, Nose and Mouth Pattern appeared since 2019 in 5 other sets.

6220463 Kick Scooter Body in dark turquoise since 2018 but quite rare, only appeared in 3 other sets.
4296997 Wheel Center Small with Stub Axles (Pulley Wheel)

Andrea. Her blue outfit is shiny as in the picture and she is holding a pair of binoculars while hiking in the forest.

Olivia. She looks like a teacher with her spectacles, riding the kick scooter in this nice forest with a waterfall. LEGO has been quite conservative in using this kick scooter element as it only appears in 3 sets before this but has been around since 2018 (only in this colour)


I give 41687 a 4.3/5.0 score and 41677 a 4.5/5.0 score.

41687 is a cute moderate set where you can actually put alongside with the larger Ferris wheel and Roller coaster sets in this wave as the stalls beside the funfair. The mechanism is great where you move Emma up and down magically. However the lack of interiors makes it a little bit dull at the back.

41677 gets a higher score because in this small set you get a rare kick scooter, waterfall piece and two rounded 1×1 printed wood tiles which makes this set quite worthy for the price.

Hope you enjoyed my review. Thank you!

*Bricklink is a LEGO-owned online trading/selling market for LEGO elements and sets
We thank THE LEGO Group for providing these sets for review. All opinions expressed are our own and provision of sets do not in any way influence our opinions of the sets.



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