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Welcome to the LEGO Disney CastleThis amazing set is packed with elements inspired by some of Disney’s greatest films.
LEGO® Disney Castle
Packed with Disney details
Discover elements from your favorite films in every room
Fireworks display function
Stud shooters launch from the golden-spired tower.
Perfect for role-playing magical movie moments.
Lift the roof section to discover the hidden elements.
Magical family fun
Recreate iconic scenes from Disney movies.
Endless build-and-play fun
This 4,000-piece set is over 2-feet tall.
Includes 5 LEGO® Disney minifiguresDaisy Duck, Donald Duck, Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse and Tinkerbell.
Bring the magic homeThe LEGO replica of the Walt Disney World Resort Cinderella Castle features an intricately detailed façade, Disney-themed rooms and 5 Disney minifigures.
- January 4th, 2017Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0An awesome setJohn7468 |I would recommend this to a friend!Purchased for: SelfThis is an incredible and awesome set. The overall shape is excellent and the engineers did a great job matching it to the real Cinderella castle. The back side of the castle is as detailed as the front, with all kinds of rooms for the mini-figures to play in. Since this model is correctly scaled to the mini-figs, it towers above any other Lego sets. However, I have a possible complaint: it seems like there are a lot of left-over pieces. Is this normal for a set of this size or did I screw something up along the way? I can understand including some extra little pieces since they can get easily lost, but this seems like a lot. I also wonder why some steps require two pieces where one would work fine. For example, why does the model use two 1x2 plates instead of one 2x4 plate? Are the 2 pieces cheaper to produce than the 1 piece? I hope this isn't an artificial way to increase the number of parts. As a warning: this model becomes very delicate, especially the upper tower sections. Make sure the upper floor and upper tower are securely locked into place before moving the castle. I found this out the hard way: when I picked up the the castle to move it across the table, the tower fell off and broke. Then again, these are Lego bricks so it's not that big of a deal to rebuild the broken section.Play Experience5.0Level of Difficulty5.0Value for Money5.0Build Time: 20 daysBuilding Experience: Expert LEGO builderWas this helpful?55The Disney Castle
- January 12th, 2017Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0Watch the Disney Castle Built in 31 Seconds!Krysten |I would recommend this to a friend!Purchased for: DaughterMy daughter built this set right after the New Year in one sitting. I don't want to get into too much discussion with how beautiful and detailed the castle is because it is and the description already does a good job of elaborating over all of the details. Check out the time-lapse video to see the Castle built in 31 seconds. As an added bonus, you can also check out the magical disappearing grapes right in front of your eyes. Personally, I think the pricing is on the high side but it is Lego and Disney after all. Enjoy!Play Experience4.0Level of Difficulty4.0Value for Money4.0Build Time: 7 hrs 30 minsBuilding Experience: Expert LEGO builderWas this helpful?55The Disney Castle
- August 25th, 2017Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0LOVED IT!!!!suzi1991 |I would recommend this to a friend!Purchased for: SelfI am a big Disney geek so this was the perfect product for me this took me about 7 hours to build over about 5 days doing it section by section to make the fun last as long as possible. The castle now sits in my sitting room for everyone to see. I would recommend this to any Disney fans especially if you want a bit of a challenge . I also loved all the little details that reference lots of different Disney movies too! As the title of my review said I LOVED IT!!Level of Difficulty4.0Value for Money4.0Build Time: 7 hrsBuilding Experience: Intermediate LEGO builderWas this helpful?55The Disney Castle
- August 21st, 2016Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0Clever design, neat build, not so playableI would recommend this to a friend!Purchased for: SelfWe just finished building the new LEGO Disney Castle. What fun! I don't think the build was really that difficult, and was pleased it did not require too much repetitive building of the same element(s). I'm normally not a fan of open-backed LEGO sets, but the scale of the Castle allows easy access from the rear and the rooms and their decor are really clever. The box is huge, and heavy. And it comes with another large, plain white box in the LEGO box, which turns out only serves to hold more bags. The instruction manual is thick - 486 pages of building, 758 steps. One thing that was puzzling is that there are two different styles of bag numbers. For example, there were several Bag 12s, with two different styles of numbers. Still not sure why, but it made no difference when we combined the bags. We love the Disney rooms, which for some reason LEGO does not advertise. There are elements for Aladdin, Beauty and the Beast, Cinderella, Phantasm and Snow White. We liked the spinning wheel, the Beauty and the Beast rose, Snow White's apple, the ballroom floor and the kitchen. There's also Cinderalla's glass slipper and a neat three piece book in a secret hiding place. And much like wondering why Pluto and Goofy were not included in the Series 16 mini-figures, it's strange that Cinderella is missing from this set. The three dimensional build is clever, but several places are not strong enough to survive play from little ones. For example, if you'd like to take Tinker Bell and have her "fly" by attaching her hand to one of the roof spires, it will likely separate. Similarly the main first floor left and right walls are secured on one end but have about 1/8 of play on the other end. Neither of these little nits deter from the overall build, which we thoroughly enjoyed. The bottom support structure is also strong enough so the whole completed model can be moved. At $349, this is a pretty pricey "toy". Was it worth it? While it would be nice if the grand kids could play with it without adult supervision, it is still clever, grand and a neat build - so Yes, we found it was worth the money. Not a bargain mind you, but worth it. Well done LEGO.Play Experience4.0Value for Money4.0Build Time: 8 hrsBuilding Experience: Expert LEGO builderWas this helpful?55The Disney Castle