Rest easy young wizard. You can officially set your wand down and relax, as you’ve arrived at the definitive list of the best LEGO Harry Potter sets ever made.
It’s been almost 10 years since Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part II was released in theaters. And yet, the Harry Potter franchise is still a massive industry in itself. You’ve undoubtedly rewatched many of the movies, and probably got your hopes up when Fantastic Beasts came out (slightly disappointing, yes). Maybe you’ve even reread the books to really relive the adventures of Harry, Hermione, and Ron.
There’s something about the original Harry Potter series and the magical world of Hogwarts that just resonated with people. It would be difficult to overstate the cultural significance of Harry Potter. You might have to look at The Lord of The Rings to find a book series that gained as much popularity and widespread appreciation. It’s probably a stretch, but another comparison I’m drawing is Star Wars. The key difference being that unlike Star Wars, the phenomenon that became the Harry Potter franchise was set forth by the novels written by JK Rowling. Harry Potter to this day remains a lucrative asset for Disney, so much so that they gave the franchise a theme park.
Anytime there’s something as big as Harry Potter, you can be sure that the LEGO team is hard at work devising a way to line their pockets. What’s actually insane is how many different LEGO Harry Potter sets that exist. There’s so many different versions of Hogwarts Castle alone, it’s legitimately hard to keep them straight!
And thus, here’s my gift to you, my fellow aspiring wizard of bricks — I spent way too much time putting together my list of the best Harry Potter LEGO sets. Keep in mind that a ton of these sets were released well over 15 years ago, and you’re bound to pay a premium to bring home an original. Here’s my personal top picks for the Top 50 Best LEGO Harry Potter sets.
1. LEGO HARRY POTTER HOGWARTS CASTLE 71043
The most important setting in the entire Harry Potter saga is the unmistakable, epic Hogwarts Castle. It’s where the Sorting Hat placed Harry in Gryffindor, and the scene of so many epic adventures. The team at LEGO fittingly put forward the most impressive LEGO Harry Potter set in this absolutely monstrous replica of the Hogwarts Castle. The 71043 version of the Hogwarts Castle contains a staggering 6,020 pieces. If you were looking for the most epic Wizarding World LEGO of them all, this one surely has no competition. Probably a good sign that it also happened to win Toy of the Year in 2019? The four primary minifigs included are the respective heads of each house – Gryffindor, Ravenclaw, Slytherin and Hufflepuff. There’s an incredible level of detail with this set, and it’s truly among the most impressive LEGO sets ever produced. To quote the great Will Arnette, it’s time to get your brick on.
2. LEGO HARRY POTTER DIAGON ALLEY 10217
The LEGO Diagon Alley set has over 2,000 pieces and is one of the most impressive LEGO Harry Potter sets on the list. Each of the 3 buildings are incredibly detailed. You’ll be recreating Gringott’s Bank, Ollivander’s, and Borgin and Burke’s. But if you’re a serious about LEGO Harry Potter sets, this one belongs in your vault without a doubt. You might just need to break out your own collection of coins to afford it though. LEGO discontinued this set awhile back, but you can still snag it on Amazon if you’re willing to drop $600+. Open your vault and add this one to the collection.
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3. LEGO HARRY POTTER ELECTRIC HOGWARTS EXPRESS 10132
Full disclaimer: I’m a sucker for electric train sets, and this one just so happens to combine an electric train with LEGO Harry Potter. Honestly, what could be better? There’s a handful of LEGO Hogwarts Express train sets, but none is more difficult to find than the 10132 set released in 2004. So rare that you can’t even reliably find it on Amazon, and sellers on eBay are routinely looking for $1,000+. If you’re lucky enough to snag one, you’ll realize just how much of a gem this set is. The LEGO 10132 Hogwarts Express train has 706 pieces, but the fact that it’s an electric LEGO Harry Potter train set makes it worthy of your attention. If you don’t feel like taking out a second mortgage, there are certainly other options. But you’re here because you wanted the best of the best, right?
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4. LEGO HARRY POTTER HOGWARTS CASTLE 4842
Did I mention there’s been a bunch of different Hogwarts Castle sets? Here we have the 4th edition from 2010. While it’s not the biggest, it looks amazing and comes in at nealy 1,300 pieces (1,290 to be exact). All of the minifigs you’d hope to have are in the box, including Harry, Ron, Hermione, Dumbledor, Snape, even the Dark Lord himself, Voldemort. This one is certainly difficult to find, so you’ll need to spend some time on eBay to make sure you can find the 4842 version. Your set wouldn’t be complete without it!
5. LEGO HARRY POTTER CHAMBER OF SECRETS 4730
Speak Parseltongue and face the Heir of Slytherin and his fearsome monster in the Chamber of Secrets! This 591-piece set pits Harry against a 16-year-old Tom Riddle and a petrifying, at best basilisk. Never fear though, as Fawkes, the phoenix, is primed to bring you the Sorting Hat and Godric’s sword. Hurry though, as dear Ginny Weasley rests at the altar, slowly fading into a mere memory. With Ron and Professor Lockhart trapped behind Harry, its up to the second year to save the day!
6. LEGO HARRY POTTER DUMBLEDORE’S OFFICE 4729
Sherbert Lemon! Just like that, the gargoyle leaps away and you walk up the moving and winding staircase to the Hogwarts Headmaster’s office. Join Harry, as he uncovers the truth about his Parseltongue-speaking powers, alongside Professor Dumbledore. This 446-piece LEGO set contains three tiers of magical adventure with plenty of unique features. Cat-morphing, transfiguration Professor Minerva McGonagall is even ready to help you find out the hidden surprises in the office.
7. LEGO HARRY POTTER HOGWARTS CLOCK TOWER 75948
I recently bought and put together this Hogwarts Clock Tower LEGO set, and it’s safe to say I fully underestimated it. With 922 pieces, I thought I’d be able to knock it out in about an hour. I was certainly wrong about that. All told, this one was about 4 hours to build. Bigger sets are obviously more fun to put together, and more rewarding when you snap that last brick together. For the amount of bricks you get and the size of the build, there’s few others on this list that can compare in the price range.
8. LEGO HARRY POTTER HOGWARTS GREAT HALL 75954
If you’re in the market for a decent sized Hogwarts build but don’t want to fork over a mortgage payment, the Hogwarts Great Hall set might be a decent compromise. With 878 pieces, this build is pretty awesome. Not quite as cool as some of the larger Hogwarts Castle builds, but it does come with 10 awesome minifigs including Harry, Ron, Hermione, Hagrid, Draco and more. There’s also the fact that it includes a movable spiral staircase. For Wizards aged 9-14, but speaking on behalf of myself, adults will enjoy it as well.
9. LEGO HARRY POTTER WHOMPING WILLOW 75953
The Whomping Willow made its appearance in the Chamber of Secrets, and LEGO commemorated the crazy tree with this 753 piece set. The spinning branches do not mess around, hence the Flying Ford Anglia that comes with the set. What I personally find hilarious about this LEGO is the that you can put the flying car in the branches of the tree, and spin it around to hurl the car towards the ground. This set also includes a small section of Hogwarts Castle, which adds a little bit of context and ambience to the build. 6 minifigs are included; 7 if you include the Hedgwig owl figure. Considering the price of some of the other sets, I view the LEGO Whomping Willow set as one of the best values among all the LEGO Harry Potter sets.
10. LEGO HARRY POTTER HOGWARTS CASTLE 5378
Okay, this is getting to be a bit ridiculous, is it not? We’re already looking at the fourth Hogwarts Castle LEGO set, and we’re not even done yet. The 5378 version was retired quite a while back, so you’re bound to pay a premium for this version. If you’re like me though, you want as many of these sets as you can possibly justify buying. This version of the Hogwarts Castle contains 943 pieces, and while it isn’t as impressive as some of the others, it’s still pretty solid. Is it worth the price tag though? You’ll have to be the judge of that one.
11. LEGO HARRY POTTER HOGWARTS CASTLE 4709
Grab your invisibility cloak, it’s time to find all the hidden rooms and treasures in the castle, especially those forbidden in the third-floor corridor. Return to the great magical halls of Hogwarts Castle and prepare for an education like none other. This 682-piece LEGO set comes equipped with several features, including a trap door, floo-powder ready fireplace, tons of secret chambers, and the first-years boat. With an enormous amount of minifigures, this set truly sets your imagination on high. You could take the golden trio with Scabbers through the Fat Lady portrait into the Gryffindor common room, or maybe run into Draco Malfoy for a little rat-a-tat. Even Professors Dumbledore and Snape are included. No Harry Potter collection is complete without Hogwarts Castle and with such an array of features and characters, this model should be a must have!
12. LEGO HARRY POTTER HOGWARTS CASTLE 4757
Oh hey, look: another Hogwarts Castle LEGO set! This second edition of the Hogwarts Castle was released in 2004, and this one very much feels like a retro edition in comparison to the monster 6,000 piece set on the list. But while it’s retro-looking, that doesn’t make it any less fun to build. With 928 pieces in the build, it’ll take some time to put together, and isn’t that what you want after all. At this point, why not just buy all of the LEGO Hogwarts Castle sets? Your nerd friends will be impressed.
13. LEGO HARRY POTTER HOGWARTS CASTLE 4867
Pieretotum Locomotor, i.e. ready yourself to defend Hogwarts Castle! The Death Eaters, led by Lord Voldemort, are inching ever closer to the school, threatening its students. This discontinued 466-piece LEGO set brings the epic battle of Hogwarts to you. The coolest feature by far is the exploding bridge minifigure Neville Longbottom uses to trick the Death Eaters. Set the battle with good guys (Harry, Neville, and Professors Sprout and Lupin) against bad guys (Goyle, Death Eaters, and dementors). With so many posable rooms like the Room of Requirement and the Astronomy Tower, this set will provide endless scenarios to recreate the magical event.
14. LEGO HARRY POTTER DURMSTRANG SHIP 4768
What’s that bubbling in the Black Lake? A merman, a giant squid, no! It’s the massive Durmstrang ship, carrying a vendetta to one-up Hogwarts! It takes 566 pieces to build the mysterious ship, brining students taught the Dark Arts, rather than the defense of them. The ship carries with it minifigures of Harry’s competitor and Ron’s half-idol, half-ire Viktor Krum and the would-be reformed Death Eater, Professor Karkaroff. Prepare to engage in magical cooperation, or maybe just competition, as this Dark Art using set of students arrives!
15. LEGO HARRY POTTER HOGWARTS EXPRESS TRAIN CAR 4841
Climb aboard the Hogwarts Express and journey back to the magical world of Quidditch, midnight duels, and pumpkin juice! This 4841 version of the iconic train comes with 5 minifigures (Harry, Ron, Ginny, Luna, and Draco), several accessories, and a removable passenger car roof. Did I mention the food trolley and invisible cloak are included? Sign me up for a chocolate frog! With 646 pieces and a price just under $200, this LEGO set is a must have for any Potterhead or LEGO aficionado. Each new story in the series began with the train’s whistle and so too does this list. So, ready yourself for a magical LEGO journey, just don’t forget your ticket!
16. LEGO HARRY POTTER THE BURROWS 4840
Enter the coolest and most eclectic wizarding or otherwise house known to man: the Weasley’s modge podge, tattering house, The Burrow! This 568-piece set builds the nostalgic home in the Deathly Hallows era, when it’s attacked by Death Eaters. Minifigures of Harry, Ginny, Arthur, and Molly must defend the beloved house from the likes of werewolf Fenrir Greyback and crazed Bellatrix Lestrange. Encircled with flame the characters have nothing to do, but duel! Grab this set to help defend this iconic home from evil forces.
17. LEGO HARRY POTTER HOGWARTS EXPRESS 75955
Looking for an affordable LEGO Harry Potter Train set? Look no further, you’ve officially made it to platform 9 ¾. The Hogwarts Express is one of the more memorable magically inspired things about the series. Why isn’t this set higher on the list then? Well, it’s simple. This is not actually an electric train set. In other words, it doesn’t move. But if you’re looking for an incredibly detailed, miniature recreation of the famous train station and Hogwarts Express, the LEGO 75955 version absolutely nails it. I’d personally just have a hard time buying a LEGO Hogwarts Express set that doesn’t go around in a circle and make super annoying train noises. If you’d rather shell out a fortune, LEGO has an electric version that you’ll want instead.
18. LEGO HARRY POTTER QUIDDITCH MATCH 75956
Anyone up for shooting the old quaffle? In another existence, I’m confident that I would have been a world class Quidditch player. What could be more fun than flying around on a broomstick while trying to capture a tiny golden snitch? Quidditch was one of the most rad elements of the entire Harry Potter series, and it’s even spawned a number of embarrassing recreations of the game played by nerd enthusiasts. This LEGO Quidditch Match set from Harry Potter features 500 pieces, including the house towers for each of: Gryffindor, Slytherin, Ravenclaw and Hufflepuff. Does it include a golden snitch minifig? Of course it does. Harry and a few others are included as well. This one won’t break the bank, and while it isn’t massive, this is actually a pretty decent set!
19. LEGO HARRY POTTER HAGRID’S HUT 4738
Let’s escape from the daily grind at Hogwarts and meet Hagrid and Fang for some tea! This home-away-from (away from the Dursleys) is detailed with a light-up fireplace, pumpkins, chairs, cooking ware and the like. Hagrid’s Hut serves as one of the top-3 places, I’d like to visit in the magical world, just behind the kitchens and library! Set in Sorcerer’s Stone regalia, where the magic began, Harry, Ron, and Hermione trundle down the grounds Hogwarts to meet gamekeeper Hagrid with his pink umbrella wand. As his hut rests at the edge of the Forbidden Forest, it’s only natural some of Hagrid’s more scary friends join in. With the 442-piece set comes a truly creepy looking acramantula, Aragog, with a few of his brew and a newly hatched Norberta!
20. GOBLET OF FIRE GRAVEYARD DUEL 4766
Feel your heart racing as you grab the Triwizard Cup, only to be taken via portkey to a Death Eater invested graveyard. Grab your wand, it’s time to duel the darkest wizards of all time, Lord Voldemort! This 548-piece set recreates the fated moment rat-turned-servant, Wormtail, returns Tom Riddle to frightening power. Included in the set is the Dark Lord’s father’s gravestone, the rise-from-ashes cauldron, and other graveyard accessories used to block from the killing curse. The duel is on with minifigures of a beleaguered Harry and the newly minted Lord Voldemort, both wielding Fawkes’ phoenix tail wands. Also included are Death Eaters Wormtail and masked Lucius Malfoy.
21. LEGO HARRY POTTER HOGWARTS EXPRESS 4708
Running straight at the wall between platforms 9 and 10, you are on your way to your first year at Hogwarts! Can you hear the theme and you see the Hogwarts Express pull in front of you for the first time? This 410-piece LEGO set takes you to that moment. Complete with Platform 9 ¾ , a locomotive, and passenger car, the train with a Sorcerer’s Stone look is ready to return you to Hogwarts. Now retired, this set is more of a collector’s item than ever!
22. LEGO HARRY POTTER SHRIEKING SHACK 4756
Get as close as you dare to this frightening attraction in Hogsmeade! The 444-piece recreation of the Shrieking Shack provides the perfect place to stage your werewolf transformations or to confront potentially murderous friends. The set includes an outside snowy scene and an internal, multi-level space to place the cool minifigures. Let Lupin turn into his inner wolf by placing on his wolf head! Also included are Harry and the prisoner of Azakaban, Sirius Black! Step into the unfolding mystery taking place inside the Shrieking Shack!
23. LEGO HARRY POTTER QUIDDITCH MATCH 4737
Grab your Firebolt and toss around the quaffle on the iconic quidditch pitch. The soccer-like sport, set on broomsticks, instills a real desire for gameplay amongst the nerd-athlete hybrid. Thankfully, this LEGO 4737 Quidditch Match set scratches that itch. This rare and discontinued, 153-piece set puts you in the middle of the action of a quidditch match. High in the air, you must defend your house’s honor. Whether you are strategically passing the quaffle, sending bludgers the other team’s way, or finding the golden snitch, a sense of adrenaline is inescapable with this magical set!
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24. HAGRID’S HUT BUCKBEAK’S RESCUE 75947
Grab the time turner and your best friend, time to save an innocent life! Buckbeak, the hippogriff, rests in Hagrid’s pumpkin patch for you to steal away from the Ministry’s clutches. With 496 pieces, this LEGO set builds Hagrid’s iconic hut and pumpkin patch. Complete with a slew of mini figures: both good guys (the golden trio, Hagrid, and the affectionally-named Beaky) and bad guys (executioner McNair and Minister Fudge with axe and bowler, respectively). A perfect match of heroic mentality, this scene gives a tempered approach to action and endearment..
25. LEGO HARRY POTTER THE KNIGHT BUS 75957
Perfect for the stranded witch or wizard trying to make their way back to school, while escaping from mischief, our next set is The Knight Bus! Squeeze and stretch your way through the streets of London, dodging muggles aboard this three-tiered magical ride. With 403 pieces and three minifigures, this set is a fun and easy way back to the magical halls of Hogwarts! Includes are Harry and his trunk, Stan Shunpike, and driver Ernie Prang. The cool part is the bus itself with a dangerously swinging chandelier, side opening, and roof removal. So, get eleven sickles and take a wild ride on the Knight Bus!
26. LEGO HARRY POTTER FREEING DOBBY 4736
Is there anything more heartbreaking than the entire Dobby storyline in Harry Potter? Yes, he does eventually earn his freedom, but this little guy just pulled on my heartstrings throughout all of the books and movies. Since this is a spoiler-free zone, I’ll say no more. The LEGO Freeing Dobby set is only 73 pieces, but does come with minifigs for Harry, Luicis Malfoy, and of course Dobby himself. Is it almost certainly overpriced for a 73 piece set? Of course it is. But it’s a LEGO set featuring Dobby from Harry Potter, what more could you possibly want?
27. HUNGARIAN HORNTAIL TRIWIZARD CHALLENGE 75946
Ready to up the danger a bit? Let’s add one of the fiercest dragons in mythology: The Hungarian Horntail! Use your flying skills to guide minifigure Harry and his broom away from the fire-breather, while stealing the golden egg. The 265 pieces in this LEGO set are used to recreate the first of the Triwizard Tournament’s challenges. To be constructed includes the champion’s tent and the dragon, itself! What’s a competitor without his competitors? Also present are minifigures of Huffelpuff’s Cedric Diggory, Durmstrang’s Victor Krum, and Beauxbaton’s Fleur Delacour. Prepare for danger and competition with this hair-raising set!
28. LEGO HARRY POTTER THE RISE OF VOLDEMORT 75965
Prepare yourself for the first real duel of the series: a Triwizard champion Harry Potter versus the just-risen Lord Voldemort. Set on the Tom Riddle’s, Lord Voldemort’s father’s, gravestone, the two fated wizards send their phoenix-core wands to battle against one another. At 184 pieces, this LEGO set is a bit smaller than others with a similar scene, but it comes at the much lower price of $19.99. Still though, it contains several interesting features, like a Death Eater minifigure, Wormtail, and the Triwizard Cup.
29. LEGO BEAUXBATON’S CARRIAGE: ARRIVAL AT HOGWARTS 75958
Bring on the beautiful charm casters from Beauxbaton! Led by two abraxans (flying horses), the rival school soars in on their enormous, yet elegant blue guilded carriage. Help Hagrid in his Yule Ball outfit relay the in uniform Fleur and Gabrielle Delacour down to Hogwarts. Of course, the headmistress, Madame Maxime, is there to greet Hagrid, as well! The exciting part of this 430-piece set comes in its movable parts. Both abraxans have posable heads, legs, and wings. The carriage can be remade into a 2-floor living area with all the amenities!
30. LEGO HARRY POTTER DIAGON ALLEY 40289
Diagon Alley can be dangerous place for a young wizard. This smaller LEGO version of Diagon Alley is pretty small coming at only 374 pieces, but it’s still a pretty fun replica of the alley made famous by the Harry Potter series. It’s certainly nowhere near as fun as the giant Diagon Alley build, but you might actually be able to afford this one. Not going to lie, I was kind of disappointed when I was done putting it together, but I also knew what I was getting when I bought it.
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31. LEGO HARRY POTTER FORBIDDEN CORRIDOR 4706
Whether running from danger, lost, or looking for adventure, the forbidden corridor on the third-floor unfolds itself in front of you. Let minifigure Hermione cast Alohamora to unlock the hidden room so ominously mundane. The 238-piece LEGO set places Ron, Hermione, and Harry at the trap door guarded by Hagrid’s three-headed dog, Fluffy. Once properly set to sleep, the trio can sneak past and fall into the Devil’s Snare. Explore the first of Hogwarts protective chambers of the Sorcerer’s Stone in this immersive set.
32. LEGO HARRY POTTER ADVENT CALENDAR 75964
Christmas at Hogwarts, what could be more magical? This 305-piece LEGO Harry Potter themed advent calendar gives a magical surprise each day, recreating the memorable moments from the epic story. One of my favorites is the, as Hermione claimed, barbaric wizard’s chess scene. Also included are seven minifigures with Christmas sweater Ron and Harry, Hermione, Headmaster Albus Dumbledore, and more! Even Hagrid’s magical Christmas trees made this set. If you’re looking to add a little magic to your advent calendar or to capture the innocence of the first film in your burgeoning LEGO collecting, this set is required!
33. RESCUE FROM MERPEOPLE 4762
Gillyweed and stubborn moral fiber are required for this breath-taking second Triwizard Tournament challenge and 172-piece LEGO set. Journey underwater and fight off the kappas and merpeople to recover your dearest treasure. Find a way to save both asleep Ron and Hermione from the trident-wielding merman and the giant squid. Hurry though, a half-shark, half-man Krum is on his way to beat your time!
34. LEGO HARRY POTTER KNOCKTURN ALLEY 4720
One minute in The Burrow, the next in a frankly scary shop named Borgin and Burkes in the shady Knockturn Alley. With spiders, growing heads, weird gems, and strange liquids, navigate a frightened Harry away from the Dark Arts filled store and its shop owner. This 209-piece set was originally released in 2003 to capture the darker side of wizarding shopping and has since been retired. The LEGO set is necessary to complete any Diagon Alley scene, adding that darker edge to the story.
35. LEGO HARRY POTTER GRINGOTT’S BANK 4714
Journey into the depths of hidden treasures at the wizarding bank, Gringotts! Be careful to touch only what belongs to you, as the Goblins that guard the Bank have placed strict and unyielding enchantments at every turn and maybe even used a dragon or two. This 250-piece LEGO set of Gringotts Bank follows Harry and Hagrid, under the guidance of Griphook as they pull from their vaults. With trolley and plenty of neat features, this set gives a taste of wizard luxury.
36. PROFESSOR LUPIN’S CLASSROOM 4752
Stay after class with your favorite Defense Against the Dark Arts professor, Remus Lupin! Follow third-year Harry Potter, as he grows into a powerful wizard and examines the nooks and crannies of Lupin’s office. Whether learning how to produce a patronus or turn a boggart into a dress-wearing Snape (included in the set!), Harry learned a great deal from the worn-down Lupin. This 155-piece LEGO set with three unique minifigures takes you behind the scenes in Harry’s education.
37. ESCAPE FROM PRIVET DRIVE 4728
Trapped in his room by Uncle Vernon, Harry Potter hears a loud honking outside his second story window to see a flying Ford Anglia. At the helm is his best friend Ron Weasley. Recreate this rebel-may-care scene with this 269-piece LEGO set. Complete with the blue flying (not actually) car, a two-story Dursley home, and Hedwig, this set will have you calling up your best friend to plan your next adventure! The neat part is you get to pull off Harry’s window, just like in the movie, with a rope attached to the car!
38. LEGO HARRY POTTER SIRIUS BLACK’S ESCAPE 4753
Think of your happiest memory and ready yourself against the approaching dementors! Set high in the tower, Harry’s godfather, Sirius Black, is held and awaiting sentence. With the help of the hippogriff, Buckbeak, Harry flies to the aid wrongfully imprisoned Black. The dementor minifigure adds another terrifying danger to this iconic scene in the series! Retired, this set is a collector’s item for sure!
39. LEGO HARRY POTTER SNAPE’S CLASS 4705
Turn to page 394! Wait: wrong class, right delightfully-deliberate-in-cadence teacher. Meet Professor Snape, Hogwarts Potion Master, in class and learn how to brew fame and put a stopper in death! Ron Weasley attempts to do so, using his many accessories, like a cauldron, goblet in ladle. Unfortunately, Peeves the poltergeist hangs from a hinged cabinet ready to cause mayhem. This 163-piece LEGO set is sure to help you remember the truly cringeworthy nature of some of the Potions classes.
40. LEGO HARRY POTTER THE DUELING CLUB 4733
Scared, Potter? What else needs be said? The epic dueling scene is something every Harry Potter fan wishes they could jump in, setting a snake on their childhood archenemy! In this 129-piece set, minifigures Harry Potter and Draco Malfoy exhibit their general hate towards each other. Under the direction of battle-tested Professor Snape and flashy Professor Lockhart, the two aim to embarrass each other in front of their second-year friends. Relieve this testosterone-filled scene and learn the tricks involved in a real wizard’s duel.
41. LEGO HARRY POTTER HOUSE SLYTHERIN 4735
If cunning and ambitious describe you, check out this 90-piece House Slytherin LEGO set. The dark and reclusive feeling of Lord Voldemort’s House is established well with snakes, flames, and unnerving concoctions. Join the Draco Malfoy with his gang Crabbe and Goyle to uncover the hidden treasures of House Slytherin. Originally launched in 2002 and now discontinued, this LEGO set is worth grabbing soon as it captures the original feeling of Slytherin House.
42. LEGO HARRY POTTER ARAGOG’S LAIR 75950
Follow the spiders and uncover the real truth behind the recent attacks at Hogwarts Castle! Deep into the Forbidden Forest, Harry and Ron stumble upon one of Hagrid’s most loved friends, an arcramantula. Though informative, Aragog’s Hallow is not welcoming, as he soon sends his family to feast! Even the tree is out to get you with its spiderweb shooting capability. Grab this 157-piece set and find a way free from the 8-armed clutches of the acramantula tribe!
43. LEGO HARRY POTTER AND HEDWIG BRICKHEADZ 41615
How heartwarming of a duo is Harry and Hedwig? The snowy owl stays at Harry’s side until the very end, making us all hold our dog a little more dearly. This 180-piece LEGO set lets you build an homage to that transcending bond between pet and owner. Build a two-inch tall Harry and Hedwig in classic LEGO BrickHeadz style. It’s the ideal centerpiece to any LEGO Harry Potter collection or a great desk item for the new fan!
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44. HARRY AND THE MARAUDER’S MAP 4751
Mischief Managed? Never! For me, one the coolest items in the whole franchise was the Maraduer’s Map. It’s a piece of parchment that shows all the hidden passageways in Hogwarts castle and the movements of every person inside. What a perfect way to sneak around and not get caught? Could’ve come in handy in the real world a few times! Not to mention it doubled as a way to insult Snape! Recreate that sense of independence with this 106-piece LEGO set.
45. THE FORBIDDEN FOREST 4865
Ready to journey into the dark and mysterious depths of the Forbidden Forest? Grab your wand and a lantern, if you think you’re brave enough. Set later in the franchise, this 64-piece LEGO set tells a terrifying story. Lord Voldemort and the elder wand hold Hagrid tied to a tree. Harry stumbles upon Narcissa Malfoy of all people at guard and must cleverly and bravely save his friend and thwart death once more. Complete with haunting accessories like spiders, snakes, and mushrooms, this set is for the bravest of us!
46. LEGO HARRY POTTER HOGWARTS CLASSROOM 4721
Magic, an escape, and the unknown, the original calling cards of the Harry Potter franchise. That feeling is captured in any of the many Hogwarts classrooms and this early Sorcerer’s Stone LEGO set. With a Harry Potter minifigure, explore the intricate details of magic. From a curiously filled blackboard to the Mirror of Erised, surprises are abound for the new and seasoned fans. Also include, are several books, bottles, flasks, Harry’s wand, and an exploding cauldron. Now retired and out of production, be sure to grab this nostalgic set soon!
47. LEGO HARRY POTTER TROLL ON THE LOOSE 4712
Troll? In the dungeon? Sign me up for battle! The troll scene was the trio’s first real sense of danger and adventure. Ron and Harry using as McGonagall put it sheer dumb luck to save the day. This 71-piece, out of production LEGO set recreates the heroic first battle. Pit a first-year Harry Potter minifigure against a not-so-minifigure of a troll and its club. Just remember to swish-and-flick and you should be fine!
48. LEGO HARRY POTTER EXPECTO PATRONUM 75945
An icy feeling falls over you as a dark hooded dementor approaches! What creature was as fright-inducing as a dementor? Relieve the epic moment Harry conjured his first stag patronus to save his godfather, Sirius Black, with this 121-piece LEGO set. The set includes the lake and two trees where it all went down, as well as minifigures of two dementors, Sirius, and Harry! Oh, and the shiny blue stag patronus is included, too! Get ready to save the day and set yourself ahead of the curve with this LEGO set.
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Enter the last chamber to get to the Sorcerer’s Stone. Built by Professor Dumbeldore, this challenge is not for the average wizard. Standing guard at the Mirror of Erised is Professor Quirrel. This 60-piece LEGO set recreates that famed scene where the audience learns the true heart of Harry and brilliance of Dumbledore. The only question is: Do you use the stone for your own gain or the good of humanity?
50. LEGO HARRY POTTER HOGWARTS GAME 3862
How about a Harry Potter themed LEGO set that is also a fully functioning board game? That’s exactly what this fully buildable LEGO set brings. With a whopping 9 minifigures to boot! Included are the golden trio (Harry, Ron, and Hermione), alongside Draco Malfoy, Albus Dumbledore, and more! For game functionality, a LEGO die and a rule booklet is included. FYI it’s a 2-4 person game and fun for the family or a few friends and a beer. Who needs a rainy day to play a game like this?
NOW GET OUT THERE AND START BUILDING!
If you’re anything like me, you’re feeling a bit nostalgic at the moment. Isn’t it about time we all took a day to binge through a Harry Potter movie marathon? Seeing as a few of these LEGO builds will take you a couple hours at least, I can’t think of a better way to spend an afternoon. LEGO and Harry Potter, a match made in wizard heaven.
Can’t get enough of these magical building bricks in your life?
If LEGO is suddenly sounding like your new calling, you’ll probably enjoy some of these other articles we put together:
- Best LEGO Star Wars Sets
- Best LEGO Technic Sets
- Best LEGO Architecture Sets
- Best LEGO Creator Sets
- Best LEGO Ideas Exclusive Sets
- Best LEGO Lord of the Rings Sets
LEGO actually just announced a handful of new sets that are set to release on August 1, 2020. Once we have a chance to check them out, we’ll update our rankings accordingly!