Harry Potter Collectibles Product Review - Harry Potter Lego Sets

The release of the latest Harry Potter movie - Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1, is one of the greatest news for many of the Harry Potter fans. You can easily build Harry Potter's World at home with Harry Potter Lego!

Lego Harry Potter Hogwarts Castle

$129.99 | Suitable for 8-14 year old

Hogwarts Castle is the major spot where Harry and his fellows hang out the most in the movie series. This set of Hogwarts Castle Lego replicates the complete set up of the Castle, including the magical stairs, main hallways and many tiny little details.

This Hogwarts Castle Lego set is by far the most detailed Lego from the Harry Potter's Lego series, and perhaps this is the reason why it is priced the highest as well.

Although it is said that this Harry Potter Lego set is suitable for children between 8 and 14 year-old, I guess many adult Harry Potter fans would find this set of Lego fabulous!

Here is a video showing you the set of Hogwarts Castle Lego.

Lego Harry Potter Hogwart's Express

$79.99 | Suitable for 8-14 year old

Another signature part of the Harry Potter's series is the Hogwart's Express, an ancient Scottish train which brings Hogwarts’ students to Hogwarts castle. This set of Lego is again very detailed and complicated enough for you to spend some time in building it.

Not only for Harry Potter fans, this Lego set should also be a collection piece for Lego train collectors.

How to Build Hogwart's Express

Lego Hogwarts Game

$29.99 | Suitable for 8-14 year old

The biggest gimmick of this Lego Hogwarts Game, is that you can enjoy the fun of building Lego, and then have fun playing the built game. Instruction of playing the game comes along with the Lego set. Although its suggested age is for 8-14 year old, the game is also suitable for younger kids to play, under supervision from adults (to avoid swallowing smaller pieces of Lego.)

Lego Harry Potter Hogwarts Game
Lego Harry Potter Hogwarts Game

Lego Harry Potter Hagrid's Hut & Lego Harry Potter The Burrows

$39.99 & $59.99 | Both Suitable for 7-14 year old

Both Hagrid's Hut and The Burrows are famous scenes in the Harry Potter movie series. Compared with Hogwarts Castle and Hogwarts Express, the Hagrid’s Hut and the Burrows sets of Lego cost less and is suitable for a slightly younger age.

They are perfect for enhancing your Harry Potter World next to Hogwarts Castle, where you can produce the whole scene where Harry and friends visit Hagrid's Hut, for instance. :)

Lego Harry Potter Hagrid's Hut
Lego Harry Potter Hagrid's Hut

Lego Harry Potter Quidditch Match

$19.99 | Suitable for 6-12 year-old

Both the Quidditch Match and Freeing Dobby Lego are suitable for children from 6 to 12 year-old, and of course for any Harry Potter fans older than 12! You can play with the built Quidditch Match Lego as an interactive game with multiple persons. If you know all the rules of Quidditch, you can easily start a Quidditch game at home with the Lego set!

Lego Harry Potter Quidditch Match
Lego Harry Potter Quidditch Match

Lego Harry Potter Freeing Dobby

$10.99 | Suitable for 6-12 year-old

This is the cheapest set of Lego from the Harry Potter series so far. It's best for smaller kids as a 'starting' point in exploring Harry Potter Lego. Its simplicity in building is also suitable for kids to grasp the technical of Lego building.

Lego Harry Potter Freeing Dobby
Lego Harry Potter Freeing Dobby

These high-quality Harry Potter collectibles Lego sets allow you building your own Harry Potter's World at home pleasurably. These are among the most welcomed merchandises that Harry Potter fans would love to have.

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xixi12 6 years ago from Everywhere but here. In the truest sense, freedom cannot be bestowed; it must be achieved. You can never be truly free till you have the discipline to manage it.

Great idea for my Kid this christmas, thanks for sharing


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Moxyl 6 years ago from Global Village Author

xixi, you're welcomed! Thx for reading the hub!

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