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Over the years LEGO has created numerous pop-culture related LEGO sets, from Star Wars to Stranger Things.
LEGO is loved by people of all ages, from children to adults - even David Beckham is a fan. The former England football captain previously revealed he once stayed up until 3am building the Hogwarts set out of the small bricks.
Today the toy company revealed it is dropping a brand new collection, which will no doubt impress LEGO lovers, as well as Harry Potter fans.
The toy company will drop new LEGO Harry Potter toys on 1 June, however, shoppers can pre-order the items on their wishlist as of 30 April.
The upcoming drop allows fans of the fantasy franchise to recreate iconic scenes from J.K Rowling’s novels, which have been turned into popular films, including Harry Potter and The Order of the Phoenix, as well as Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.
Whether you want to start at the very beginning and remake Harry’s home 4 Privet Drive, complete with the Ford Anglia the young wizard is rescued in, or the cake Dobby damaged, or set up Ron Weasley’s humble abode, there is something for everyone.
Others may go head over heels for the giant version of Hedwig, or the Astronomy Tower.
Speaking about the new creations, the LEGO Harry Potter Design Lead, Marcos Bessa, said: “Each year we get the chance to recreate some of the most action-packed and exciting settings from the films.
“We hope these new products inspire young builders around the world to believe anything is possible as they act out their own adventures in the Wizarding World.”
Each individual LEGO set has different age limits, comes with different additional figurines, and a varied number of bricks too, while some can be connected to other set ups.
The LEGO sets will be available to buy online at LEGO.com, as well as selected retailers.
Shop the new Harry Potter Lego collection
The Hogwarts Room of Requirement is ideal for children aged seven and above, as the complete set contains 193 small LEGO pieces.
When this LEGO set is fully assembled it will measure two inches in height, as well as seven inches in length, although all the sections can be attached differently for new ways of playing.
This set has a sliding panel that opens up a hidden entrance to the Room of Requirement, plus it has three miniature figurines of the main characters Harry Potter, Hermione Granger and Luna Lovegood, so you can reenact your favourite scenes with ease.
The Hogwarts Astronomy Tower comes with a whopping 971 pieces, and is suitable for children aged nine years above.
The model measures over 15 inches in height, 11 inches wide and six inches in depth.
It also comes with miniature figures of Harry Potter, Hermione Granger, Horace Slughorn, Luna Lovegood, as well as Neville Longbottom, Ron Weasley, Lavender Brown and Draco Malfoy.
Plus this set seamlessly connects with other bundles in the LEGO Hogwarts set.
The Forbidden Forest: Umbridge’s Encounter set, comes with 253 pieces, as well as three mini figures, including Hermione Harry and Dolores Umbridge.
When fully set up this model measures four inches in height, while Grawp stands at over five inches heigh.
LEGO Harry Potter 4 Privet Drive | £64.99
The Harry Potter 4 Privet Drive is the perfect start for those who want to complete the full set, as this set marks the start of the Harry Potter franchise.
Harry’s family home measures six inches in height and width, while the iconic flying car measures over four inches in length.
Plus this set comes with six miniature figures, including Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, Dudley Dursley, Vernon Dursley, Petunia Dursley, as well as Dobby.
LEGO Harry Potter Hedwig | £34.99
For avid Harry Potter fans adding Hedwig to your collection will be a dream come true, as the bird measures 13 inches from wing to wing, as well as seven inches from the beak to the tail.
This set is made from 630 pieces, which is why it is only suitable for children over 10 years old.
The Harry Potter Attack on The Burrow LEGO set has the most amount of miniature brick pieces, as it has over 1,000 pieces.
The Weasley family house measures 34cm in height, 22cm in width, as well as 18cm in deep.
It wouldn’t be the Weasley abode without LEGO figurines of the family, which is exactly what this package includes, as it also includes Ron, Ginny, Arthur and Molly Weasley, Nymphadora Tonks, Bellatrix Lestrange, Fenrir Greyback and Harry Potter.