Harry Potter LEGO sets offer opportunities to recreate the magic of J.K. Rowling’s wonderful Wizarding World. From films to novels muggles and wizards alike can build spellbinding scenes and interact with familiar faces.
Enchanting attention to detail delivers exciting features, including moving parts, hidden passages and more. Each Potter-powered LEGO kit keeps the fun going by including mini-figures, complete with wands and other accessories, from the series.
Last year we brought ITM readers exciting news of new Harry Potter LEGO sets. For 2020, SIX sets cast their spell upon fans, conjuring up memorable movie magic and spell powered storybooks scenes. Five of these new play sets set their sights on shelves July 1st. The sixth set apparates a month later on the first day of August.
HOGWARTS ROOM OF REQUIREMENT
This summer (July 1st) help Harry’s friends train in the Hogwarts Room of Requirement. Assembling the various 193 pieces allows Harry, Hermione, and Luna to practice Patronus spells against the dummy Death Eater.
All four of these minifigures, a pair of Patronuses, and fire shooters are included in the $ 19.99 set.
FORBIDDEN FOREST: UMBRIDGE’S ENCOUNTER
When the Harry Potter Forbidden Forest: Umbridge’s Encounter LEGO set ($19.99) arrives this July, muggles of all ages will be able to build Gwarp, along with an enchanted tree from the infamous forest.
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix comes to life in this 253-piece play set. Magical mini-figures in this kit include a pair of centaurs, Harry, Hermione and Dolores Umbridge.
4 PRIVET DRIVE
Also arriving this summer (July 1), Harry’s home away from Hogwarts: 4 Privet Drive. Help Ron rescue Harry, using the Weasley’s Flying Ford Anglia, of course. 797 LEGO pieces deliver both the Dursley’s home in detail AND the famous flying car!
In addition to the bright blue magical automobile and two-story home, this $69.99 kit comes with Hogwarts acceptance letters, a Privet Drive sign, Hedwig and six LEGO minifigures.
Harry Potter fans will have endless fun with Harry, Ron Weasley™, Dudley Dursley, Vernon Dursley, Petunia Dursley and Dobby™ mini-figures. They’ll enjoy imaginative play all over the fully equipped 2-story house, including locating Harry’s secret cupboard under the stairs and activating the flood of Hogwarts™ acceptance letters through the letter box. –LEGO
Harry’s faithful companion, Hedwig majestically glides through the sky, wings wide open in this mechanical model made from 630 assorted LEGO pieces. White wings span 13” for this hand cranked model.
A smaller, mini-figure version of Harry and Hedwig are also included.
Find this finely “feathered” fowl perched in stores and online beginning July 1st. Want to have Hedwig deliver his letter? That’ll cost $39.99 for this LEGO kit (and a bit of time for building)
HOGWARTS ASTRONOMY TOWER
Relive Astronomy class at Hogwarts in this Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince inspired LEGO set. Hogwarts Astronomy Tower magically appears in stores on July 1st. Wizarding World fans will enjoy the detailed rooms and nine LEGO Harry Potter mini-figures.
Toy brick castle bursting with Harry Potter movie action
This LEGO Hogwarts play set gives kids the freedom to explore the many fascinating rooms of a magical castle with Harry Potter, Hermione Granger™, Horace Slughorn, Luna Lovegood™, Neville Longbottom™, Ron Weasley™, Lavender Brown, Draco Malfoy™ and Hedwig™. With so many familiar places and popular characters, kids can relive scenes and stories from movies, including Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince™, and conjure up endless adventures of their own. –LEGO
This exciting new 971-piece LEGO set siphons $99.99 from muggle wallets to purchase this summer.
ATTACK ON THE BURROW
Attack on the Burrow apparates a bit later in the summer, on August 1st.
This deliciously detailed domicile requires over 1000 LEGO pieces to assemble. While some may want to wave a wand, instructions for the Weasley’s four story home includes details on how to assemble the entire kit, including several moving parts. Villains and heroes, 8 in total set the stage to recreate this epic battle.
Will Death Eaters burn down The Burrow?
There’s so much to do and discover in The Burrow, the Weasley family house, that one side of the highly detailed dollhouse toy opens up to provide lots more space for kids to play. With 8 minifigures, play can begin right away. As kids recreate the famous scene where the evil Death Eaters, Bellatrix Lestrange and Fenrir Greyback, attack, fire elements can be used to recreate the fire that devastates the building. –LEGO
Attack on the Burrow requires muggle payment of $99.99 when it materializes later this summer.
Making Muggle Magic
All six of these spellbinding sets spark imagination as they share wonders from the Wizarding World of Harry Potter.
With interactive features and ample amounts of figures to recreate magical moments any of these LEGO kits should bring a smile fans of the franchise.
Which of these Six new Harry Potter LEGO Sets are you hoping to conjure up this summer?
Source and images: LEGO