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Nauvoo Temple

Piece Count: 735 pieces
Recommended Age: 12+
Average Build Time: 3-5 hours
Size: 12” height, 8.5” length, 7” width. Size matches well with our other temple sets.
Bricks: Compatible with similar building block toys
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Instruction Manual Booklet


Nauvoo Temple Gallery

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This downloadable instruction manual is free of charge. You don’t have to purchase a Brick’Em Young to enjoy. All copyrights, trademarks, intellectual property and other information belong to Brick’Em Young. Hope you enjoy building this set!


Watch this fun video and see how the Brick'Em Young Nauvoo Temple is built!


Customer Reviews

Based on 21 reviews
Nauvoo temple

My husband loved his Christmas gift! It sits on our table along with the photos of our sealing day. Great quality product with good instructions. I will be purchasing from Brick’ em young again.

Nauvoo Temple

This was a gift to our Bishop and his family at Christmas. They really loved putting together. We love your products. Thank you

Great service!

My delivery address got messed up and the kit never arrived. These people were kind enough to send a new one to the correct address. They even included an extra set of mini figures!

Nauvoo Temple

Bought this as a Christmas gift for my Grandchildren. Haven't even opened the box. Will know more after Christmas! Shipping was fast. Very impressed how quickly I received product.

Clear directions, beautiful end result in spite of some difficulties with Nauvoo

We bought the set with the Large Salt Lake Temple (which we are saving for General Conference in a few weeks), Manti (not yet assembled), and Nauvoo. My children and I assembled the Nauvoo Temple on a Sunday afternoon. The directions were clear and we understood where things went. The bricks do not fit together as precisely as the name-brand bricks, and some were too hard for 10 year old fingers. Connecting the top section to the main body of the Temple was incredibly difficult and we spent a great deal of time fighting with it and rebuilding the things that were knocked off in the wrestle. We finally had to accept that we couldn't attach the top section and the tower--one or the other could be snapped into place but not both. The roof is just laying on it's support pieces, too. In spite of some frustration at the last stage, it looks beautiful and we are happy with our accomplishment. Because of the frustration we didn't dive into a second Temple a week later, needing some time between projects, and I give the Nauvoo Temple set 4 stars instead of 5.

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