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New LEGO Harry Potter Wizarding World Sets Coming!

Today, the LEGO Group and Warner Bros. Consumer Products have revealed a new range of LEGO Harry Potter Wizarding World sets. Below is the press-release with more information.

Today, the LEGO Group and Warner Bros. Consumer Products have revealed a new range of enchanting playsets for fans of the Wizarding World. Packed to the brim with delight and mystery, these captivating playsets will help bring the Wizarding World to life in a way that only LEGO play can do.

Featuring well-known characters, creatures and locations familiar to every would-be Hogwarts student in waiting, 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 faithful friends reenact beloved moments from the films.

These new LEGO sets will enable fans of the Wizarding World to explore Hogwarts in a new and exciting way. They 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.

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

Spanning adventures from across the seven Harry Potter films, the new sets will go on sale from June 1st in select regions (August 1st in the United States) and will be available to pre-order from 30th April in select regions from the Online LEGO Shop and selected retailers globally.

#75966 LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Room of Requirement – Slide the panel to reveal the hidden entrance to the Room of Requirement and join Harry Potter, Hermione Granger and Luna Lovegood for secret Defense Against the Dark Arts practice! 193 pieces. The full model, when connected, measures over 2″ (7cm) high, 7″ (19cm) long and 2″ (6cm) deep. The different sections of the set can be attached in a variety of configurations to inspire new ways to play. Includes 3 minifigures: Harry Potter, Hermione Granger and Luna Lovegood. Price: 19.99 €/$

#75967 LEGO Harry Potter Forbidden Forest: Umbridge’s Encounter – Trick Professor Umbridge into entering the Forbidden Forest and introduce her to Grawp and a few centaurs. 253 pieces. The full model measures over 4” (12cm) high and Grawp stands over 5” (13cm) high, providing a magical large-scale model for use as part of kids’ role-play adventures or on display in their rooms. Includes 3 minifigures: Harry Potter, Hermione Granger and Dolores Umbridge. Price: 29.99 €/$

#75968 LEGO Harry Potter 4 Privet Drive – Explore 4 Privet Drive, the Dursley family’s home, and discover a whirlwind of excitement! 797 pieces. The house measures over 6” (17cm) high, 6” (16cm) wide and 4” (12cm) deep and the car is over 4” (12cm) long. The large scale and authentic detail make this playset ideal for display as well as hands-on play. Includes 6 minifigures: Includes 6 minifigures – Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, Dudley Dursley, Vernon Dursley, Petunia Dursley and Dobby. Price: 69.99 €/$

#75969 LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Astronomy Tower – Visit Potions Master Horace Slughorn’s classroom and office, check out the magical mandrake in the greenhouse, then explore the Ravenclaw dorm and the cool astronomy equipment. 971 pieces. The model measures over 15” (40cm) high, 11” (29cm) wide and 6” (17cm) deep and connects seamlessly with LEGO Hogwarts sets; the #75953 LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Whomping Willow, the #75954 LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Great Hall, and the #75948 LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Clock Tower. Includes 8 minifigures: Harry Potter, Hermione Granger, Horace Slughorn, Luna Lovegood, Neville Longbottom, Ron Weasley, Lavender Brown and Draco Malfoy. Price: 99.99 €/$

#75979 LEGO Harry Potter Hedwig – Capture the magical personality and elegant movement of Hedwig, the celebrated owl from the Harry Potter films. Available exclusively from Barnes and Noble in the US and many other retailers globally. 630 pieces. With a wingspan of over 13” (34cm) and a beak-to-tail measurement of over 7” (20cm), this mechanical Hedwig™ collectible LEGO® set makes an impressive display that is sure to be the center of attention. Price: 39.99 €/$

#75980 LEGO Harry Potter Attack on The Burrow – Explore the crazy, colorful Weasley house with Harry, Ron and the rest of the family and help protect it from the Death Eaters. Available exclusively from Target in the US and many other retailers globally. 1,047 pieces. The Weasley family house measures over 13” (34cm) high, 8” (22cm) wide and 7” (18cm) deep. Includes 8 LEGO minifigures: Ron, Ginny, Arthur and Molly Weasley, Nymphadora Tonks, Bellatrix Lestrange, Fenrir Greyback and Harry Potter. Price: 99.99 €/$

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.”

It’s great to see that the LEGO Harry Potter line continues with new sets. I find it especially exciting that we are getting additional sets to connect to each other for a larger layout. While we’re waiting for the new sets, you can check out the current selection at the LEGO Harry Potter section of the Online LEGO Shop.

What do you think? How do you like the new LEGO Harry Potter sets? Are you planning to get any of them? Did you notice any interesting features and other details? Feel free to share your thoughts and discuss in the comment section below!

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  • Legostuff14 April 28, 2020, 1:09 PM

    So, great Harry potter sets. I have the older version of attack of the burrows but, this looks a little bigger. I may or may not get it at least maybe the last set on my list to get. I love the gawp big figure. More importantly I love the centaurs. They are so cool. I may get a couple of this set to make a centaur army.

  • jgiese626 April 28, 2020, 1:33 PM

    It’s nice to see that Umbridge and Slughorn have found their way into the main line of sets. I had expected they might stay exclusive to the Harry Potter Bricktober pack which was sold from Barnes & Noble for a while.

  • Walter WojciechowskiGrim April 28, 2020, 2:34 PM

    Why would Lego sell the owl exclusively at Barnes and Noble? They went out of business here in Michigan and I won’t shop with them because of dirty business practices in regards to other book sellers. How do I get VIP points if I can’t get it from Lego directly. Again, Lego is ruining the way it should be done. I won’t buy it from an exclusive seller. I’ll Brinklink build it. instead. Lego loses my business on this one. Dang that just sucks. Just like all their exclusives. If It isn’t on Lego .com it shouldn’t be for sale anywhere.

  • Håkan April 28, 2020, 3:12 PM

    Hmmm, finally some centaur molds. Tempting to get one, as I’m a Sagittarius…

    I believe some third party company had produced something very similr years ago…

    • jgiese626 April 28, 2020, 3:30 PM

      Yeah, someone in the Brickset comments was comparing these new centaur molds to something produced previously by Brickarms or Brickforge. Personally, I don’t put much stock in it – the idea of using the lower half of the standard horse mold and adding minifig pegs is a pretty reasonable conclusion to come to, and could have been reached independently by two separate companies.

  • Master Builder April 28, 2020, 4:26 PM

    So… it looks like they stole the centaur design from Brickforge? They also stole Brickforge’s pig years ago. Just saying.

    • Håkan April 28, 2020, 5:31 PM

      Possibly. It could also be a design generic enough that it could be a coincidence, though…

      Their sheep still lacks a Lego equivalent, however. (Lego only produces a Friends sheep which fits worse with Minifig aestethics…)

      Alas, it seems that ordering from US to Europe has gotten a lot more complicated lately…

  • chris April 28, 2020, 5:55 PM

    i just told my son we need to start thinking about Mother’s Day gifts since we’ll may have to get something online. He found a video on these new sets. He realized the sets don’t come out till August. So Hedwig may be a birthday present.
    I don’t like that it is a B&N exclusive. They did a lot of their employees wrong a few years ago.

  • Susie April 29, 2020, 6:50 AM

    I’d love to figure out which end of the combined HP sets the Astronomy Tower is designed to attach to. I was originally thinking that it would go on the end of the clock tower, but that seems unlikely since it would have two tall towers next to each other. Trying to plan ahead and make room on my HP area for it. 🙂

  • jabber-baby-wocky April 29, 2020, 1:20 PM

    I’m only interested in the astronomy tower for now.

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