Lego Instructions website
Our Lego Instructions website is aimed to help you find all your Lego instructions from the first set you had when you were a child, through to most of the current Lego sets that are currently on sale at your local Lego stockist.
We all know that there is nothing more frustrating than getting out the old Lego sets and finding that the instructions have gone missing, or even just that they are missing a few pages. Our Lego Instructions site is here to help you. Search our easy to use database of Lego instructions either by set number, the year it was released, or by keyword. And if all else fails and you can't find the Lego instructions that you need, send us an email and we will do what we can to help get it for you.
Do you have a series of Lego instructions that are not on our site? We would be grateful if you would send them to us so that others can find them too.
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HAPPY NEW YEAR 2013
Hi to all our loyal readers and followers. Just wanted to say HAPPY NEW YEAR as we head into 2013. We are looking at ways to improve this website to make it better for everyone. If you have suggestions, please head over to our Facebook page (http://adf.ly/GhgBy) and let us know what you would like to see. Also, do you LIKE us on Facebook yet? If not, LIKE us and keep up to date with all things LEGO. We are also on Twitter @brickinstruct. Come and Follow us!! And we want to know what is going on in your world of LEGO. Drop by either of our social profiles and let us know what you've been doing and send us some photos. We love to see what is going on in your part of the world. And lastly, we will be starting to run some competitions in 2013. What would you like to see as prizes and what competitions would be lots of fun?? Let us know. Have a safe New Year and we'll see you when it is 2013!!
Download Lego Instructions as PDF
While our site is increasingly popular with many, many people viewing the LEGO instructions as images on our website, we have just added the ability for you to be able to download the PDF versions of many of these instructions as well. There are often 2 different downloading options for the PDF files. Where available you can now download an A4 optimized booklet, and/or a US Letter booklet ready for printing. You will find the links to the PDF files in a yellow box at the top of the page for those instructions that we have access to the PDFs for. If there is a set you would like the PDF for and the link isn't on that page, please let us know through the form on our contact page. Happy building.
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