A new version of Cinderella Castle from LEGO will be available to the general public on July 4, with LEGO VIP members receiving access on July 1. It will be sold in exclusive Collector’s Edition packaging for a limited time to celebrate Disney100 Years of Wonder.
New LEGO Disney 100 Collector’s Edition Disney Castle – $399.00
This LEGO set is packaged in a Disney100 Collector’s Edition box for a limited time. It features the Disney100 logo in the top right corner with the celebration’s platinum color theming.
The back of the box shows the castle as a finished structure as well as close-ups of several rooms and a schematic showing the dimensions of the product.
This LEGO castle set has 4,837 pieces and is recommended for ages 18 and older.
The front view shows the moat, several trees, and of course the iconic clock above the front gate. The castle adheres to the newer paint color scheme adopted for the 50th Anniversary during “The World’s Most Magical Celebration,” with the top half being a pale pink color instead of the historic gray.
The back of the finished structure shows many room dioramas and several places for LEGO Minifigures to stand on display. Fireworks attach near the top of the castle as well.
A set of LEGO Minifigures come with the castle. Snow White and Prince Charming, Cinderella and her Prince Charming, Tiana and Prince Naveen, and Rapunzel and Flynn Rider are included. Several of them are also holding character-appropriate props. Snow White holds a red apple, Tiana wears a bright green crown, Flynn Rider has his satchel.
Rapunzel holds a paintbrush and artist’s easel in front of a painting depicting her facing a sky full of lanterns. According to the product description, this enchanted fireplace also reveals a dark spinning wheel from Disney’s “Sleeping Beauty” when turned around.
Many Easter eggs are included within the build. Once such item is the Magic Mirror from Disney’s “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” pictured in the product overview. Above we can see the rose from “Beauty and the Beast” is included on a golden stand, as is the Magic Carpet and Genie’s Lamp from “Aladdin.”
A familiar teapot stands atop a cupboard on the left, and Prince Naveen and Tiana enjoy dinner with a particularly large white candlestick behind them.
The Grand Ballroom from “Cinderella” has a rotating dance floor, so that Cinderella and Prince Charming can dance the night away.
Disney has a long history of partnering with LEGO for a variety of toys and displays.
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