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Two New LEGO Disney Sets Coming!

LEGO announced two new sets this morning, both with some interesting creative twists. Details below.

Meet your favorite Disney heroines at the #43215 LEGO Disney Enchanted Treehouse! This amazing LEGO Disney set is ready for you to have a magical time exploring and going on endless adventures. Do some reading, take a canoe ride, dance, hone your warrior skills, search for hidden treasure – the list is endless! You can do anything you can imagine with 13 beloved characters in this incredible tree house!

Inspire kids aged 7 and up to new heights of imaginative play with the #43215 LEGO Disney Enchanted Treehouse set. The tree house model measures 9.5 in. (25 cm) high, 14 in (36 cm) wide, and 5 in. (13 cm) deep and comes with 1,016 pieces. It has a 2-level tree house, waterfall, zip line, 13 LEGO mini-doll figures, plus lots of accessories and features including a cave hidden behind the waterfall and a secret staircase in the tree house.

As they build, kids can enjoy an easy and intuitive adventure with the LEGO Builder app, zooming in and rotating models, and tracking progress. This set sparks creative storytelling and helps grow kids’ confidence as they play with beloved characters. The set works for group play and can be added to other LEGO Disney sets (sold separately) for more fun.

This premium set is packed with characters, including Disney’s Mulan, Raya, Elsa, Moana, Tinker Bell, Alice, Wendy, Belle, Tiana, Anna, Pocahontas, Princess Jasmine, and Mirabel, and makes a fun gift to impress Disney fans of any age. Prices are as follows: 169.99 EUR/149.99 GBP/259.99 AUD/1599.0 CNY/3899.9 TRY/71990.0 HUF/159.99 USD/209.99 CAD. Available starting on June 1st at the LEGO Disney section of the Online LEGO Shop.

Show off your creativity and your favorite Disney characters! The imaginative #43221 LEGO Disney 100 Years of Disney Animation Icons set lets you pick the characters you love and create a collage to display on your wall. It includes 72 icons, 12 of which can be built at once. You can also create another icon to set in a small desk frame and display – along with an exclusive Disney Mickey Mouse artist minifigure – wherever you like!

Captivate fans and kids aged 6 and up and inspire Disney decoration creativity with the #43221 LEGO Disney 100 Years of Disney Animation Icons set. The set features 12 8×8 plates, a picture frame and hanger elements, and loads of tiles to build up to 12 icons at once, plus an exclusive Disney’s Mickey Mouse minifigure and building instructions with extra inspiration. As they build, kids can also enjoy an easy and intuitive adventure with the LEGO Builder app. They can zoom in and rotate models in 3D, save sets, and track their progress.

The framed collage with hanger measures over 11 in. (28 cm) high and 12.5 in (32 cm) wide and comes with 1,022 pieces. It’s easy to swap icons in and out of this fun wall display to mix it up at any time. This Disney wall art decor set helps boost kids’ creativity and ingenuity as they create and display their favorite characters in picture form. It’s also great for group play and can be added to similar LEGO Disney sets (sold separately) to expand the art display. Prices are as follows: 54.99 EUR/89.99 AUD/549.0 CNY/49.99 GBP/1299.9 TRY/59.99 USD/79.99 CAD/20990.0 HUF. Available starting on June 1st at the LEGO Disney section of the Online LEGO Shop.

What do you think? How do you like these new LEGO Disney sets? Are you planning to get either of them? Or both? Feel free to share and discuss in the comment section below!

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  • Håkan April 20, 2023, 11:20 AM

    Hmm, that “treehouse” or whatchamacall it is rather sparse, but the minidoll selection is insane!

    And that Disney 100 set is basically a Dots set in everything but name… Pretty cute, though, although the eyes look somewhat creepy…

    • Pepper April 21, 2023, 5:26 PM

      I agree. The minidolls are great, but that’s nowhere near a treehouse. Heck, I didn’t even realize it was called a treehouse until you mentioned it. I thought it was another Disney palace or something.

  • Emperor P. April 20, 2023, 9:44 PM

    Well, that’s a minidoll battle pack right there! 😀

    • charliefaith April 21, 2023, 11:12 PM

      Haha! True that! That’s like every Disney princess in one set! Too bad the tree isn’t that good. But the colors are great. Reminds me of those Friends elves sets.

  • amanda April 21, 2023, 4:49 PM

    I like the mosaic set. Nice job making small mosaics like that.

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