Harry Potter Lego sets are based on the bestselling books and films this range of Lego buildings, vehicles and figures feature “The Boy Who Lived” and his magical world.
2011 Harry Potter Lego Sets
- LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts (4867)
- LEGO Harry Potter The Knight Bus (4866)
- LEGO Harry Potter The Forbidden Forest 4865
- LEGO Harry Potter Diagon Alley 10217 * Highly Recommended
- LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Castle (4842) * Highly Recommended
- LEGO Harry Potter The Burrow (4840) * Highly Recommended
- Lego Harry Potter Hogwarts Express (4841) * Recommended
- LEGO Harry Potter Hagrid’s Hut (4738)
- LEGO Harry Potter Quidditch Match (4737)
- LEGO Harry Potter Freeing Dobby (4736)
Harry Potter Lego
There have been numerous versions of different buildings from the film (including Hogwarts) and some sets and individual figures have become sought after collector’s items, though most Lego sets will remain available at RRP for a year or two after they are first released.
Most Harry Potter Lego sets are child-friendly with only a few containing “scary” figures (Voldemort or the Dementors) that may disturb very young kids. There are no guns in the sets, with the only weapons being wands.
The Lego Harry Potter Book –Building the Magical World by Dorling Kindersley gives wonderful details on each set and figure in the Harry Potter Lego world as well as the games and some original Lego creations.
Read our review of the Lego Harry Potter Visual Guide.
You can find more of the latest Harry Potter Lego for great prices at the Amazon Lego Store.
Harry Potter Lego : A History
Harry Potter is no doubt The Story of the last decade, much the same as Star Wars was for those that were teens during the 1970’s and 1980’s.
JK Rowling’s magical creation released in book form over a period of about 10 years entranced and entertained kids and adults alike and broke numerous records both in book and film form.
Lego bought the license to the Harry Potter series when the movies were announced and the sets themselves closely resemble the characters,scenes and sets as depicted in the eight movies.
Sets have come out for each of the movies as they were released but there have been successively fewer as the series went on. Production stopped on Harry Potter Lego sets around the time of the sixth film but picked up again when the seventh movie, Deathly Hallows Part One came out.
Harry Potter Lego Sets By Movie
Harry Potter And the Philosopher’s (Sorcerer’s) Stone
- 4701 Sorting Hat
- 4702 The Final Challenge
- 4704 The Chamber of Winged Keys
- 4705 Snape’s Classroom
- 4706 Forbidden Corridor
- 4707 Hagrid’s Hut
- 4708 Hogwarts Express
- 4709 Hogwarts Castle
- 4711 Flying Lesson
- 4712 Troll on the Loose
- 4714 Gringotts Bank
- 4721 Hogwarts Classrooms
- 4722 Gryffindor House
- 4723 Diagon Alley Shops
Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets
- 4719 Quality Quidditch Supplies
- 4720 Knockturn Alley
- 4726 Quidditch Practice
- 4727 Aragog in the Dark Forest
- 4729 Dumbledore’s Office
- 4730 The Chamber of Secrets
- 4731 Dobby’s Release
- 4733 The Dueling Club
- 4735 Slytherin
- 4736 Freeing Dobby
- 4737 Quidditch Match
Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban
- 4750 Draco’s Encounter with Buckbeak
- 4751 Harry and the Marauder’s Map
- 4752 Professor Lupin’s Classroom
- 4753 Sirius Black’s Escape
- 4754 Hagrid’s Hut
- 4755 Knight Bus
- 4756 Shrieking Shack
- 4757 Hogwarts Castle
- 4758 Hogwarts Express
- 4866 Knight Bus
Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire
- 4762 Rescue from the Merpeople
- 4766 Graveyard Duel
- 4767 Harry and the Hungarian Horntail
- 4768 The Durmstrang Ship
Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix
- 5378 Hogwarts Castle
Harry Potter And The Half Blood Prince
- 4840 The Burrow
Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows
- 4867 Battle For Hogwarts
- 4865 The Forbidden Forest
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