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Take the express train to Hogwarts, and begin your magical studies with Zavvi UK’s wide range of new Harry Potter LEGO sets. Inspired by the movies, these cheap products allow you to roam the great halls of the castle, study classroom books, and befriend your own mail-delivering owl.
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The Franchise’s Greatest Moments

Since author J.K. Rowling wrote the first entry in her synonymous book series, The Philosopher’s Stone (1997), the franchise has expanded into various forms of media, the most notable examples of which are the live-action films distributed by Warner Bros: The Philosopher’s Stone (2001), The Chamber of Secrets (2002), The Prisoner of Azkaban (2004), The Goblet of Fire (2005), The Order of the Phoenix (2007), The Half-Blood Prince (2009), The Deathly Hallows – Part 1 (2010), and The Deathly Hallows – Part 2 (2011).

To capitalise on the immense hype surrounding the wizarding world, The LEGO Group acquired the license to design and manufacture toys based on the cinematic adaptations, including recreations of scenes, buildable vehicles, and characters in the form of Minifigures and BrickHeadz. Their first Harry Potter LEGO sets were released alongside the initial film, and this side-by-side launch schedule continued for most of the later instalments. Similarly, this applied to Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (2016) and The Crimes of Grindelwald (2018), which introduced new characters and locations to join those established in the old sets.

Beyond the scope of toys, fans have also been treated to LEGO Harry Potter Years 1–4 (2010) and Years 1–5 (2001), both of which are video games that follow their respective movies and incorporate the aesthetic of the brand. Traveller’s Tales were responsible for overseeing the development on these projects, and they received praise for their ability to insert parodical humour into scenes with which moviegoers are familiar.

How Many Harry Potter LEGO Sets Are There?

As mentioned, LEGO draws inspiration from each instalment of the film series, reimagining aspects of the franchise in their unique style. Their products — of which there are over 100 — comprise the likes of set pieces, models, chess sets, books, and art (including crests). You will discover tons of characters and magical creatures realised as Minifigures and larger-sized models: the eponymous character, Ron Weasley, Hermione Granger, Albus Dumbledore, Voldemort (also known as Tom Riddle), the phoenix Fawkes, the three-headed dog Fluffy, Hedwig (Harry’s owl), and more.

Additionally, you can magically engineer many of the vehicles that appear throughout the story, such as the Knight Bus (which provides essential public transport for members of the wizarding community), the Hogwarts Express (the train that takes students from Platform 9 ¾ to Hogsmeade station), and Arthur Weasley’s car (the Flying Ford Anglia).

Explore The Wizarding World

The wizarding world is known for its larger-than-life locations, and many fans of the books and movies would do anything to see these places in person. Luckily for them, we have the next best things: displayable LEGO Harry Potter sets that depict the biggest and greatest landmarks of this fantastical universe. The first — and most obvious — destination on our list is Hogwarts Castle, where Harry and his friends learned how to cast spells (such as Expecto Patronum), brew potions (such as Polyjuice), become adept at flying lessons (for Quidditch), and tame beasts (like the Hippogriff). Inside its walls, you will find all manner of wonders and mysteries, including the Great Hall (a place of banquets and floating candles), the Clock Tower (an ominous structure overlooking the courtyard), the Room of Requirement (a space that appears to those in need), and the Chamber of Secrets (a hidden area of the castle that acts as the home for a Basilisk, intended by Salazar Slytherin to purge the school of Muggle-born wizards).

If you are to venture outside the walls of Hogwarts, there are more secrets to be uncovered, some of which reside not too far from the castle, in Hagrid’s Hut, the Whomping Willow, and the Forbidden Forest. Even further afield can be found areas populated by both magic users and Muggles: Privet Drive, Diagon Alley, Hogsmeade, the Weasley House, and Gringotts Wizarding Bank — to name but a few examples.