In February 2018, LEGO announced that they would be releasing a Hogwarts Great Hall play set. Now they’ve announced further Harry Potter themed sets.
The three announced sets are based on iconic scenes from the movies, and come with several mini-figures. Included (depending on set) are Harry, Hermione, Ron, Hedwig, a dementor, Remus Lupin, the Trolley witch, Snape, Oliver Wood, Lucian Bole, Marcus Flint, Seamus Finnigan, and Filch. They are due to be released on August 1.
The first set is modelled after the Sorcerer’s Stone, and the Quidditch match between Gryffindor and Slytherin. It has Hermione setting Snape’s robes alight, thinking that he has placed a jinx on Harry’s broom. The Quidditch set has 500 pieces, and will cost $39.99.
The next set is from Chamber of Secrets. With the Weasley’s Ford Anglia included, you can recreate Harry and Ron’s crash into the Whomping Willow. It also has the Potions classroom, and Filch walking the corridors. The Whomping Willow set has 753 pieces and will cost $69.99.
The final set is based on Prisoner of Azkaban. It has the Hogwarts Express and Platform 9 and 3/4s, and is modelled on the scene where Harry encounters the Dementors for the first time. The set has 801 pieces, and will cost 79.99 (USD).
In addition to the play sets, LEGO have also added several Harry Potter characters to their Brickheadz line. Included are a two-pack of Harry and Hedwig, Ron and Dumbledore, and Hermione.
The Brickheadz sets will be available from the LEGO shop from July 1.
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