PHOTOS: NEW LEGO Mini Cinderella Castle Arrives at Disney Springs for Walt Disney World’s 50th Anniversary

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Walt Disney World’s 50th anniversary has brought us tons of new merchandise, but the latest offering offers something unique: the chance to build some magic at home.


The new LEGO Mini Cinderella Castle set has arrived, appropriately enough, at the LEGO Store in Disney Springs. An image of the set was revealed last month.

LEGO Mini Disney Castle — $34.99


While the box lists it as a “Mini Disney Castle,” the design clearly resembles the Magic Kingdom’s iconic structure, or at least as it looked prior to its transformation for the 50th anniversary.


A mini-figure of Mickey Mouse wearing his classic tuxedo is included with the set.


The box also features the logo for The World’s Most Magical Celebration, the 18-months encompassing all the events happening to celebrate the resort’s golden anniversary.


For hardcore parks fans, a nice touch is the inclusion of a vintage photo of the castle to show how closely the LEGO set resembles the real thing.


Unlike its larger counterpart released in 2018, due to its small scale, there aren’t any scenes taking place in the back of the castle.


Purchases are currently limited to one per customer.

Will you be picking up this set for yourself? Share your thoughts in the comments!

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1 month ago

I ordered one of these from LEGO’s website last week the moment they went up for sale! I’ve been hoping for a smaller scale castle set for years, and they really seem to have done a nice job with this. I like that Mickey looks to be based on his park costume from the time Walt Disney World opened. That’s a cute little touch to tie it to the anniversary.