7 New LEGO Harry Potter Sets Are Arriving on 1st June

Are you ready for some new magic in your life? LEGO has just revealed seven new Harry Potter sets coming to stores on 1st June. Covering a wide range of locations from the Harry Potter universe, from Grimmauld Place to Dumbledore’s Office, there’s likely something here that will appeal to fans of the Wizarding World.

The sets range in price from £17.99 to £114.99, and they’ll all be available in LEGO retailers from 1st June. Let’s take a closer look at them all, shall we?

LEGO Harry Potter 76408 12 Grimmauld Place

  • RRP £114.99, $119.99
  • 1,083 pieces
  • Age 8+
  • 9 minifigures

The secret headquarters of the Order of the Phoenix, 12 Grimmauld Place is a terraced house which appears out of nowhere. This set recreates that effect, having two sliding houses which reveal the HQ inbetween. Magic! The set’s packed with internal details, like bedrooms and a busy kitchen, and the 9 minifigures are surely going to be a draw for most Harry Potter fans. Read more about the set on LEGO.com.

LEGO Harry Potter 76403 The Ministry of Magic

  • RRP £89.99, $99.99
  • 990 pieces
  • Age 9+
  • 9 minifigures

The Ministry of Magic is one heck of an impressive building, and this 990 piece set goes some way into recreating a slice of its majesty. Stacked offices overlook a courtyard complete with decorative fountain, and there’s a magical phone box included, which provides access to the inside of the Ministry. What’s neat about this set is it’s modular, meaning the parts can be arranged in any number of ways. You can see more information on LEGO’s website.

LEGO Harry Potter 76407 The Shrieking Shack & Whomping Willow

  • RRP £79.99, $89.99
  • 777 pieces
  • Age 9+
  • 6 minifigures

Now for a slightly darker part of the Wizarding World. The Shrieking Shack and the Whomping Willow have been combined here to allow fans to recreate a n umber of scenes from Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. It’s, of course, not the only set to feature the Whomping Willow, but this is the first time we’ve had the Shrieking Shack since 2004. Naturally, it’s a much more detailed take on the haunted house, and we think it looks great. See more on LEGO.com.

LEGO Harry Potter 76402 Hogwarts Dumbledore’s Office

  • RRP £69.99, $79.99
  • 654 pieces
  • Age 8+
  • 6 minifigures

Designed to go alongside the range of other Hogwarts sets, Dumbledor’s Office recreates the iconic workspace of Hogwarts’ head teacher. A playset through and through, there are six minifigures to enjoy, along with iconic features such as the Pensieve and Harry’s Invisibility Cloak. Which may or may not actually make him invisible. You can find more information on LEGO’s website.

LEGO Harry Potter 76401 Hogwarts Courtyard: Sirius’ Rescue

  • RRP £44.99, $49.99
  • 345 pieces
  • Age 8+
  • 3 minifigures

Here’s another scene from The Prisoner of Azkaban; this time, the one where Harry and Hermione send Sirius off on the back of Buckbeak. It’s a fairly small set, but one that’s compatible with other Hogwarts Castle sets to create a bigger scene. There are some nice pieces here, including a winged Hippogriff and a circular staircase. See more at LEGO.com.

LEGO Harry Potter 76406 Hungarian Horntail Dragon

  • RRP £44.99, $49.99
  • 671 pieces
  • Age 10+
  • 1 minifigure

This LEGO Harry Potter set is one more suited to adults who like to display their models, I think. Like the Hedwig and Fawkes sets, it’s build upon a stand along with a crank that can make the wings flap. We do love a good LEGO dragon, and this one is more realistic than some of the Ninjago creations. Well, as realistic as a dragon can be, anyway. See more information on LEGO’s store page.

LEGO Harry Potter 76400 Hogwarts Carriage and Thestrals

  • RRP £17.99, $19.99
  • 121 pieces
  • Age 7+
  • 2 minifigures

The smallest of all the upcoming LEGO Harry Potter set is this one featuring Harry and Luna Lovegood. This is only the third set to feature a Thestral, a magical creature that can only be seen by people who have been touched by death. There’s also a carriage, a buildable tree and a baby Thestral. Aww. See more of the set on LEGO.com by clicking here.

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