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LEGO Medieval Town Square Coming!

Escape to a kingdom of castles, knights, and adventure with the LEGO Icons Medieval Town Square! Today the LEGO Group unveils the #10332 LEGO Icons Medieval Town Square, a reimagination of a classic set originally released in 2009. This highly requested theme will evoke cherished childhood moments with its updated architecture, intricate detail, and advanced construction techniques.

Awaken the spirit of adventure and dive into nostalgia with this epic medieval 3,304-piece set. The model features two large structures that open to reveal detailed interiors, including a tavern, cheese factory, shield-painting workshop, guard tower, woodworking shop, and weaving workshop. There is also a tree and vendor stall in the town. The model is over 10 in. (25 cm) high, 14 in. (36 cm) wide and 4.5 in. (12 cm) deep.

The #10332 LEGO Icons Medieval Town Square, where castles stand tall, knights roam freely, and the promise of exciting escapades awaits, includes 8 minifigures, and various animals, including the iconic LEGO goat. There are also functional features including a crane and a small water mill.

This epic set also complements the #21325 LEGO Ideas Medieval Blacksmith and the #10305 LEGO Icons Lion Knights’ Castle sets. Below are some images of the interiors as well as the minifigures.

The #10332 LEGO Icons Medieval Town Square is available for early access for LEGO Insiders starting on 1st March and 4th March for all via official LEGO stores and the Online LEGO Shop. Prices are as follows: $229.99 / £199.99/ €229.99/399.99 AUD/1999 CNY/93990 HUF/299.99 CAD/5499 MXN. For more information, visit the LEGO Icons section of the Online LEGO Shop.

What do you think? Are you excited about the new LEGO Medieval Town Square? Feel free to share and discuss in the comment section below!

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  • Ray February 8, 2024, 10:08 AM

    The recent resurgence of medieval themed sets and non-licensed futuristic space sets is nice to see. Lego’s new bread and butter is licensed properties and long-running in-house IP (Ninjago, Friends, Bionicle while it lasted) but it’s good that they are showing they remember their roots. Though I daresay perhaps doing all the licensed stuff has helped boost the designers’ skill in doing all those fun little details.

    • Håkan February 8, 2024, 12:44 PM

      Most of it consists of limited releasés directed at adults, though.

  • Håkan February 8, 2024, 12:47 PM

    Cute detail there with the tapestry referencing the 70’s Classic Castle sets…

  • Randy February 8, 2024, 12:57 PM

    Ha! They sold out on the Bricklink set, and now this! Great time to be a castle fan!

  • Okosh February 9, 2024, 2:05 PM

    I like it, but I feel that the colors are a tad too drap and muted. I liked the more vibrant colors of the original medieval village set.

  • Robert R. February 9, 2024, 7:09 PM

    Finally! A goat in another color! The medieval town will go great with the Viking village!

  • Legostuff14 February 10, 2024, 1:48 PM

    Great set! Sadly my wallet and the space I have is depleting rapidly. I do have a lot of castle/kingdom sets. I also got ( for Christmas) the Lord of the rings Rivendell set. So, I’m in a very satisfied place right now. But, talk to me in a month or two and see where I am then.😎

  • Mark Avery February 15, 2024, 10:16 AM

    Beautiful set.
    And to think I didn’t buy the original back when it was in distribution because $100 seemed an awful lot of money to spend on a Lego set –“a toy..” In hindsight (always 2020) I should have bought a dozen back then.
    If I buy it (I don’t see the rush to get new sets the month they come out) either it goes in the “old town” section of my city or as a centerpiece in my amusement park. (Both already overcrowded.)

    But it is a hard set to resist!

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