76956 Lego Jurassic World T-Rex Breakout
Lego Jurassic World 76956 Lego Lego Jurassic Park

76956 LEGO Jurassic World T-Rex Breakout. Invest in this stunning, iconic LEGO Jurassic Park Tyrannosaurus Rex. The T-Rex, also known as the Tyrannosaurus Rex, was one of the most fearsome creatures to ever roam the earth. With its massive size and sharp teeth, it’s no wonder why this giant predator strikes fear into the hearts of anyone who learns about it. But despite its ferocity, the T-Rex has also captured the imaginations of generations of people, thanks to its unforgettable role in movies and pop culture. Who could forget the iconic scene from Jurassic Park, where the T-Rex escapes its enclosure and terrorizes the park guests? This carnivorous creature may be long extinct, but it’s still making an impact on our lives today!

Set Details

Join the action and relive the exhilarating scene of Jurassic Park with the LEGO® Jurassic Park T. rex Breakout (76956) model. This impressive build-and-display creation features a posable T. rex character, which steps on a crushed Ford Explorer, a second Ford Explorer, and a smashed ‘electric’ fence, just like in the famous movie scene. It includes Alan Grant, Ian Malcolm, Tim Murphy, and Lex Murphy LEGO® minifigures, as well as impressive elements like buildable night-vision goggles, a flashlight, CD-ROM touch-screen monitor, goat chain, and T. rex footprints. Also, it comes with accessory elements, such as two water glasses and a flare, and a companion booklet that guides you step-by-step in the building process, featuring an interview with the model designers, and highlighted and explained references to the movie’s scene. The model measures over 15 cm high, 58 cm wide, and 22 cm deep and is perfect for display purposes.

Model Name T.-Rex Breakout
Model Number 76956
Theme Jurassic World
Sub Themes Jurassic Park
Pieces 1212
Minifigures 4
Launch Date April 2022
Current Status Available
Date Retired N/A
RRP £90

Investment Potential

Visually this LEGO Jurassic Park set with a nearly 60cm tall Tyrannosaurus Rex model is stunning and will be very popular with those wanting to build and display this breakout moment from the Jurassic Park film, but how does it look as an investment?

The set was launched last year and is currently available for its £89.99 RRP at LEGO.com or with a £15 discount for 75 at Argos.

Launch RRP £90
Price Per Piece £0.07
Launch Price per piece £0.07
5th Year Value £130
Percentage Increase 44%
Expected Annual Growth 13%
Theme Growth 13%
Sub Theme Growth N/A

Theme Analysis

We took a look at the general Jurassic World theme and were more than encouraged with the average annualised growth of 13% shown across the retired sets. The pick of these is the Indominus Rex LEGO set (75919), another breakout similar to this current set which since retiring in 2016 has more than trebled in price with 21% annualised growth. Another strong performer is LEGO Jurassic world T. rex Transport (75933) which has shown annualised growth of 18% since retiring at the end of 2019.

Set Number Set Name Retired Date RRP Current Value Total Growth Annualised Growth
75919 Indominus Rex Breakout November 2016 £100 £351 251% 21%
75933 T-Rex Transport December 2019 £60 £107 78% 18%
75929 Carnotaurus Gyrosphere Escape December 2019 £60 £87 45% 11%
75931 Dilophosaurus Outpost Attack July 2020 £45 £55 22% 7%

Comparable Set Analysis

The sample size in the Jurassic Park sub-theme is far more limited with only 2 sets having retired to date. The first to retire in April 2018 was LEGO Jurassic Park Velociraptor Chase (75392) which has seen just 4% annualised growth, the other is LEGO Jurassic Park T.rex Rampage which has performed better with 14% annualised growth.

Set Number Set Name Retired Date RRP Current Value Total Growth Annualised Growth
75936 T-Rex Rampage December 2021 £220 £269 22% 14%
75932 Jurassic Park Velociraptor Chase April 2018 £45 £55 22% 4%


Some very encouraging performance from retired sets within the LEGO Jurassic World theme, especially the other breakout model of Indominus Rex along with the performance of the recently retired LEGO Jurassic Park T. rex Rampage model make this a decent investment option for us. It may be one if you’re a an of the film to buy a couple of and build and display the second one!