Lego unveils new Disney Mickey and Friends range for pre-schoolers

Published on: 14th May 2021

The sets offer a variety of themes to enjoy, plus easy-to-read instructions and Starter Brick elements to kickstart each build. 

Lego Disney Mickey and Friends Mickey Mouse’s Propeller Plane 

Lego Disney Mickey and Friends Mickey Mouse’s Propeller Plane

The Lego Group has revealed a new Mickey and Friends range created in partnership with Disney, which will introduce five new sets for young children aged four and over.

Each set comes with instructions developed specially for kids just learning to read, as well as Starter Brick elements, such as a big car or plane chassis, that will kickstart the building process. The instructions also feature short build-and-play loops to develop confidence, ensuring an enjoyable building experience that will boost problem-solving, role-play and concentration skills, and encourage resilience while kids play.

“I loved Disney Mickey Mouse, Disney Minnie Mouse and all of their friends when I was younger so designing these sets felt very nostalgic,” says James Stephenson, senior designer at the Lego Group. “We hope the new Lego Disney Mickey and Friends range will offer great fun and role-playing opportunities to help young children learn about friendship, communication and resilience with characters they know and love. With these five new sets, which explore firefighting, flying, trips to a farm, space exploration and shopkeeping, we aim to inspire young children and introduce them to Lego building, whatever their interests.”

The new Mickey and Friends sets for builders aged 4 and over will be available globally from June 1st .

The five sets are as follows:

Lego Disney Mickey and Friends Mickey Mouse’s Propeller Plane 

This 59-piece set features a plane with a Starter Brick chassis, plus a minifigure and an exclusive Mickey Mouse tile. Fun details and accessories boost role-play possibilities, such as a maintenance tool rack with a wrench and spray bottle elements, plus a small flag build. The finished plane measures over 2″ (6 cm) high and 5.5″ (14 cm) wide.

Lego Disney Mickey and Friends Minnie Mouse’s Ice Cream Shop

This 100-piece imaginative set offers kids role-play fun and skill development as they run an ice cream shop and play at the beach. The set features an ice cream shop, a car with a Starter Brick chassis, Minnie Mouse and Daisy Duck minifigures, and an exclusive Mickey Mouse silhouette tile. The set is full of accessories including a beach chair and parasol, a small wave build and a surfboard.

Lego Disney Mickey and Friends Mickey Mouse & Minnie Mouse’s Space Rocket

This 88-piece set takes children on a journey to space with Mickey and Minnie Mouse. Landing on a new planet, kids can collect and study rocks and make a new alien friend. The set includes a rocket, station, a large rock that open to reveal an alien, a camera, and a small flag.

Lego Disney Mickey and Friends Mickey Mouse & Donald Duck’s Far

The 118-piece set lets children enjoy fun on the farm with Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck. The set includes animals and a variety of accessories, including a winch function on the barn, a buildable chicken coop, tools, fruits, vegetables, animals and an egg.
The barn measures over 5″ (13 cm) high and 4.5″ (12 cm) wide when complete.

Lego Disney Mickey and Friends – Mickey & Friends Fire Truck & Station

The 144-piece set lets kids learn about fighting fires by helping Mickey and Minnie stop a fire at Goofy’s BBQ. The set includes a fire station, fire truck, three minifigures and a dog figure with rubberized ears and tail, a food dish and bone for Disney’s Pluto – appearing for the first time ever in Lego sets – plus firefighting tools.



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