From trapdoors and hidden passages to a hefty 22 minifigures, here's what makes this set stand out from its predecessors.
With the release of the 4,914-piece Lion Knight’s Castle, Lego brought back an enhanced version of its classic castle sets. And it was well worth the wait. Here are a few features that make this set stand out from its predecessors.
The castle opens up via a set of built-in hinges and locks to reveal the vastly detailed interior. When you’re done checking out the interior, the castle closes up for easy storage and display.