Hogwarts™ Clock TowerHarry Potter™
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Magical adventures in iconic locationsWithin the Hogwarts™ Clock Tower are many well-known rooms and much-loved characters from the Harry Potter™ films.
Harry Potter™ and the Goblet of Fire™ adventuresYoung wizards and witches can visit Dumbledore's office, attend a Dark Arts lesson and dance at the Yule Ball.
LEGO® Harry Potter™ Hogwarts™ Clock Tower
Kids can explore the detailed interior of the tower's rooms.
See the Hogwarts headmaster
There's a Defense Against the Dark Arts lesson going on.
Set the time on the movable clock feature.
Time to dance
A 'dance' function gets the Yule Ball really moving.
Dressed to impress
All figures come with their wands and dressed in their Yule Ball outfits.
Includes 8 minifiguresHarry Potter™, Ron Weasley™, Hermione Granger™, Fleur Delacour, Cedric Diggory, Viktor Krum, Albus Dumbledore™ and Madame Maxime
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- August 21st, 2020Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0Tick TockI would recommend this to a friend!Purchased for: SelfLots of fun details in this kit that is definitely based around the Yule Ball that takes place in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. The little tables with the icicle detailing are so cute looking and the first thing you build so it gives you hope for the set being highly detailed and kind of sweet. The next part of the build is building a dance floor and it is built from interconnecting cogs that mean as you move one the full set of 4 move as does the dancefloor so it gives the effect of the minifigures waltzing around. Throw in the detailing of the Prefect's Bathroom and the running taps and even if the rest of it was a cop out on the detailing it would still be a good buy. This is Lego though so there is definitely no copping out going on. This was a really fun build and I took my time with it to draw out the set a little so lots of little breaks to sit back and gloat over my build. The build time I posted is the actual time spent building and not including all my little breaks which pushed it to over 5 Hours. Links really well with the other sets and has a high amount of play value. Number of Pieces: 922 Approximate Price Per Piece: £0.09 Build Time: 3.25 HoursPlay Experience5.0Level of Difficulty3.0Value for Money5.0Build Time: 3 hrs 15 minsBuilding Experience: Intermediate LEGO builderWas this helpful?55Hogwarts™ Clock Tower
- December 7th, 2020Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0Fun builderstla |I would recommend this to a friend!Definitely a fun build with many techniques being used, keeping it interesting. The end result, the main section of the clock tower looks great, I will use it as a stand alone in my LEGO... when that happens?Play Experience3.0Level of Difficulty3.0Value for Money5.0Build Time: 3 hrsBuilding Experience: Novice LEGO builderWas this helpful?55Hogwarts™ Clock Tower
- July 29th, 2019Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0A Great Set for "Goblet of Fire" fans!MSecaur |I would recommend this to a friend!Purchased for: SelfWith "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" being my favorite of the Potter films, I've been eagerly awaiting this set's release, and I am pleased to say I was not disappointed. LEGO has really outdone themselves, giving fans a set that does an excellent job of recreating the look and atmosphere of the film while also being a great addition to any of the existing Hogwarts Castle sets. As an experienced LEGO builder, the build went pretty quickly, roughly 2.5-3 hours, though I opted to build only the main Clock Tower and not the additional tower or Great Hall dance floor, finding them a bit cramped. That being said, the Clock Tower is an impressive piece both inside out, with a lot of nice architectural details that give it a gorgeous silhouette, and room for three fairly large rooms inside, courtesy of the piece's majestic height. While LEGO could have easily rehashed the same layout of 2004's Clock Tower, with this set, we’re given three brand-new rooms in Hogwarts (the Hospital Wing, the Prefect’s Bathroom, and Moody’s Defense Against the Dark Arts classroom), as well as a different take on Dumbledore’s office, a Clock Tower entrance hall, and a partial Great Hall with icy arches and a dance floor to represent the Yule Ball. While the rooms themselves could have been a bit deeper in my opinion, it’s the details that make them so special. In the Hospital Wing (which is located, to my delight, on the same floor as shown in the films!), we get two beds with green “sheets”, side-tables with lamps, and even curtains. The DADA classroom has a great blackboard complete with Moody's scrawly handwriting detailing the Unforgivable Curses, a nice desk with a quill pen and book, and a table full of Dark Detectors and other objects. Even the relatively bare Clock Tower entrance hall comes with a trunk (presumably to keep Mad-Eye Moody in!) and the Goblet of Fire itself. The secondary tower is disappointingly cramped, but still has some great rooms. The Prefect’s Bathroom is probably my favorite of all, with a bathtub, taps with flowing water, and even a mermaid “stained-glass” window, just like in the film. The partial Great Hall comes with two tables topped with movie-accurate icy centerpieces and a Christmas tree. And, while a bit small, Dumbledore's office has a new desk chair and desk, as well as some great stickers representing the arched room shown in the film. While the small size of the secondary tower is a bit disappointing, the large Clock Tower rooms more than make up for it. I decided to co-opt the DADA space as the new Prefect's Bathroom, which in my opinion looks much better, and allows the beautiful stained-glass window to be the main focus of the room. It also looks great when viewed through the tall window on the exterior! Using the new accessories and stickers, I've had fun supplementing my existing (and more movie-accurate) Dumbledore’s Tower from the 2010 Hogwarts Castle set (4842) and DADA classroom. I’ve even gone so far as to decorate my Great Hall for the Yule Ball, using the tables, Christmas tree, and icy arches; I love it so much, I might just leave it like this year-round! Aside from the Clock Tower itself, the eight unique minifigures are reason enough to buy this set. It’s great to have some new characters like Madame Maxime, Fleur Delacour, Cedric Diggory, and Viktor Krum in addition to the usual Harry, Ron, Hermione, and Dumbledore, and it’s a lot of fun seeing everyone in their dress robes. While it annoys me that LEGO is continuing their trend of giving the Trio stubby legs, which makes them hard to integrate with earlier minifigures, the plain black legs on Ron and Harry are easy to swap out for longer ones. A fun set whether you’re an old hand at the LEGO Harry Potter series or are just discovering it, I absolutely recommend it!Play Experience5.0Level of Difficulty3.0Value for Money4.0Build Time: 3 hrsBuilding Experience: Expert LEGO builderWas this helpful?55Hogwarts™ Clock Tower
- March 6th, 2020Average rating4out of 5 stars4.0Great but for one thing...Carlo |I would recommend this to a friend!I love this Harry Potter series, have the Great Hall, Womping Willows and Clock Tower and their quite impressive when you put them all together. Overall it is a fun and like able build with not to many large pieces making it also somewhat challenging. It would be a five star review but for ONE super annoying thing that would seem so EASY to get right. THE STICKERS BACKGROUND ARE NOT THE SAME COLOR AS THE LEGO. First of all, I’m not a fan of the stickers and prefer them printed on the LEGO piece. But come on, at least get the color nuances right so that it has a chance to blend in when on the piece. Now you clearly see it’s a stickers and it looks bad. Sorry LEGO, but please Try to improve on this! Hoping for more great HP sets in the future.Build Time: 2 hrsBuilding Experience: Expert LEGO builderWas this helpful?45Hogwarts™ Clock Tower