Tallest tower made from wooden toy blocks
Who
Thibault Piollat, Jonathan Wild, Enzo Bruder-Jeannot, Antoine Sanchez
What
18.76 metre(s)
Where
France (Mulhouse)
When

The tallest tower made from wooden toy blocks is 18.76 m (61 ft 6.58 in), and was achieved by Thibault Piollat, Jonathan Wild, Enzo Bruder-Jeannot and Antoine Sanchez (all France) in Mulhouse, Alsace, France, on 27 June 2021.


The group are made up of 4 Scouts from Grenoble who decided in October 2020 to attempt this record using a wooden toy known as 'Kapla' planks as they are a part of their childhood.

The tower was comprised of 11,052 Kapla planks that were constructed in a Y shape with 151 levels. The team had the clever idea to build the tower in a rock climbing venue with high ceilings which allowed them to climb up the rocks to build as the tower grew taller.

The team express that it's a dream for them to have a GWR title as they all read the book as children.