Harry Potter Lego Deathly Hallows Sets

One of the most popular Harry Potter spin-offs is Harry Potter Lego. Now that the last movie is out – and is a huge success – we also get, I assume, the last set of Harry Potter Lego: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.

I loved the movie: I thought it not only a worthy finale, but also the best movie of the series.

Harry Potter Lego isn’t merely about Lego: there are also video games for Wii.

Shown above is Hogwarts Castle.

(This review does contain spoilers)

LEGO Harry Potter Hagrid’s Hut

While Hagrid’s hut doesn’t play as big a part in the last movie of Harry Potter as it does in earlier ones, it’s still one of the most beloved locations and play sets for kids.

LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Castle

Playing out the finale of the Deathly Hallows requires a Hogwarts Castle, of course. It’s where Harry, Hermione and Ron solve the final pieces of the puzzle Voldemort and Dumbledore left them.

LEGO Harry Potter Diagon Alley

In The Deathly Hallows Diagon Alley turns dark, as the wizzarding world is affected by Voldemort’s rise to power. It’s in Diagon Alley that they find one horcrux, break into the Wizzarding Bank Gringots etc. 


LEGO Harry Potter The Forbidden Forest

The forbidden forest plays a huge part in all the Harry Potter books and movies, but it is perhaps at it is most scary in the last movie: as Harry Potter walks to his death to meet Voldemort and intends to be killed.

LEGO Harry Potter The Burrows

The Burrows is Harry Potter’s home away from home. It doesn’t burn in the final movie as it does on the picture here, but it does host the Fleur and Bill wedding.

LEGO Harry Potter The Knight Bus – New Release

Alright, the Knight Bus doesn’t play any part in The Deathly Hallows. But it does make a fun Lego activity: building a purple triple deck bus out of Lego unites the fun of Lego with the classic boy fascination: cars and trucks.

I’d recommend the bus for kids aged 6 through 12 and has 257 pieces.


LEGO Wii Harry Potter: Years 5-7

If you’re into Lego Wii, this is the video game to get.

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  1. We have a couple of the early Harry Potter kits still hanging about. Not as kits of course, but as castles and huts and Quidditch games…I’m not sure my son (one more than the other) will ever want to part with the HP Lego.

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