The Lego Group unveils new Harry Potter Wizarding World sets

Published on: 29th April 2020

The new sets will go on sale from 1st June and will be available to pre-order from 30th April.

The Lego Group and Warner Bros. Consumer Products have revealed a new range of play sets for fans of Harry Potter, which will help bring the Wizarding World to life.

Featuring well-known characters, creatures and locations, the new Lego sets help young builders create adventures of their own. The sets provide opportunities for endless fun as fans help Harry, Ron, Hermione and their friends re-enact iconic moments from the films. Fans can discover the entrance to The Room of Requirement, lure Professor Umbridge to the Forbidden Forest, gatecrash the Ravenclaw dormitory and explore the Hogwarts Astronomy Tower.

The adventures extend beyond the walls of Hogwarts; through their play, fans will be able to release Harry Potter from the cupboard under the stairs at 4 Privet Drive, send Hedwig off to deliver an important message or explore the nooks and crannies of The Burrow.

Spanning adventures from across the eight Harry Potter films, the new sets will go on sale from 1st June and will be available to pre-order from 30th April from and selected retailers globally.

The full list of new additions to the Wizarding World range is as follows:

  • Lego Harry Potter Hogwarts Room of Requirement (£17.99)
  • Lego Harry Potter Hogwarts Astronomy Tower (89.99)
  • Lego Harry Potter Forbidden Forest: Umbridge’s Encounter (24.99)
  • Lego Harry Potter 4 Privet Drive (64.99)
  • Lego Harry Potter Hedwig (£34.99)
  • Lego Harry Potter Attack on The Burrow (£89.99)

Marcos Bessa, Lego Harry Potter design lead, commented: “Each year we get the chance to recreate some of the most action-packed and exciting settings from the films. We hope these new products inspire young builders around the world to believe anything is possible as they act out their own adventures in the Wizarding World.”


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