The Docks District Guide – LEGO The Incredibles

LEGO The Incredibles features ten districts full of secrets and challenges as you explore Municiberg and New Urbem. Your exploration will be rewarded with Gold Bricks, Incredibricks and special builds.  To get all of the Gold Bricks, you will need to explore extensively, race quickly and fight crime all over the city.


Gold Bricks: 6x

Gold Brick #1:

Floating between two buoys at the end of the pier.

LEGO The Incredibles docks floating

Gold Brick #2:

The Gold Brick is stuck behind a sewer drain leading into the water.  Use the underwater lever to release the brick.

LEGO The Incredibles docks sewer

Gold Brick #3:

Hidden under the docks.

LEGO The Incredibles docks -Under the docks

Gold Brick #4:

Behind the large overhead door in the corner.  Use a character with sonic explosions to destroy the door.

LEGO The Incredibles docks -Overhead Door

Gold Brick #5:

Inside the Fish Warehouse.  This is not available until the Crime Wave for the Docks is complete.

LEGO The Incredibles docks - Fish Warehouse

Gold Brick #6:

Hanging out on the balcony of one of the warehouses.

LEGO The Incredibles docks - Balcony

Races: 2x

Complete races in the air, on the ground and even underwater to earn Gold Bricks in each district.  Some races are a lot harder than others.

Ground Race:

LEGO The Incredibles docks - Ground Race

Water Race:

Use Dash to run on the water!

LEGO The Incredibles docks - Run on water

District Challenge

Each district has a specific challenge to earn a Gold Brick and a unlock a new playable character.

Crime Wave: 2x

Completing the Crime Wave in each districts will reward you with several gold bricks and a new playable character.

Family Builds:

Each district has a lot of Incredibricks so you can complete the Family Builds and the Pixar Family Builds. All districts contain at least one Pixar Family build but they do not all contain a regular Family Build.


Family Builds:  None

Pixar Family Build:

Video Guide

For the videos of the rest of the challenges, head over to the Open World Challenges Playlist on our YouTube channel.


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Written by: Paul Haan

Paul has been a self taught software engineer for almost 20 years. He started playing video games in the early 1980s on an Atari 800 and has had many gaming systems since. Creative games such as Disney Infinity and LEGO Worlds are among his favorites. Happily married since 1998, Paul and his wife are raising three wonderful, creative, young gamers.