Available on August 1, the sets are inspired by popular scenes and places in the iconic film franchise, like the Forbidden Forest and the Knight Bus. The sets range in price, with the least expensive being 121-piece Expecto Pantronum, at just $19.99, while the most expensive, 922-piece Hogwarts Clock Tower, is $89.99.
There’s also 496-piece Hagrid’s Hut ($59.99), which includes everything fans need to “explore the detailed interior of Hagrid’s hut, hide behind Hagrid’s pumpkin patch when the Minister of Magic and the Executioner arrive, then rescue Buckbeak the Hippogriff from the Executioner’s axe.”
For anyone who wants “the chance to battle one of the most dangerous dragons in the wizarding world,” there’s the 265-piece Triwizard Challenge set ($29.99). Made for children ages eight and up, it comes with four figurines, a buildable tent, and even a fire-breathing Lego dragon that has moveable limbs and wings.
And that’s not all. Lego also revealed that there will be a Harry Potter advent calendar ($39.99) coming out on September 1, just in time for the 2019 holiday season, which contains a new toy for each day of December. “The 24 gifts combine to inspire kids to recreate festive scenes from the Harry Potter movies and invent magical stories of their own,” Lego said in a release.
Check out the five sets below:
Hungarian Horntail Triwizard Challenge
The Knight Bus
Hagrid’s Hut: Buckbeak’s Rescue
Hogwarts Clock Tower