Enter the world of Diagon Alley™Tap a brick in the wall behind the Leaky Cauldron pub and enter the world of Diagon Alley™, where wizards and witches find their potions and Hogwarts students stock up on school supplies like cauldrons, broomsticks and of course, wands. Measuring over a meter wide, this epic model is filled with authentic movie details and a menagerie of 14 minifigures, including four exclusive new characters!
The most detailed LEGO® Harry Potter™ Diagon Alley™ set yetFans of Harry Potter™ will love discovering the magnificent window displays and intriguing interiors of Diagon Alley™, London’s most magical secret shopping street. This remarkable set captures incredible detail from many of the Harry Potter™ films and can be built four different ways, including closed into a real alley for role-playing stories filled with intrigue and mystery. It’s also compatible with the LEGO® Modular Buildings series, for even more world-building fun.
Ollivanders™ Wand Shop
Get ‘chosen’ by a magic wand just like Harry Potter™.
Weasley’s Wizard Wheezes
Stock up on Dungbombs, Pygmy Puffs and other silly supplies.
Florean Fortescue's Ice Cream Parlor
Stop in for an ice cream cone or a sundae or two.
Scribbulus™ Writing Implements
Find magical ink, quills and parchment at this stationery shop.
Flourish & Blotts™
Drop in on Gilderoy Lockhart™’s book-signing event.
Quality Quidditch™ Supplies
Pick up that Nimbus 2001 broomstick and other equipment.
Four new faces—only in this setPopulate the mysterious shops and streets of Diagon Alley™ with four new character minifigures you won’t find anywhere else, including Gilderoy Lockhart, Florean Fortescue, Lucius Malfoy and the Daily Prophet photographer.
The wand chooses the wizardEvery young witch or wizard’s journey must include a visit to Ollivanders™, makers of fine wands since 382 BC. This is where Harry was chosen by his own wand, on his very first visit to Diagon Alley™. Check out the LEGO® wand case – it’s designed especially for this set.
Get a closer lookWhether for play or display, the exclusive new Diagon Alley™ makes an amazing addition to the LEGO® Harry Potter™ universe. See the set in all its magical glory here.
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- October 13th, 2020Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0pure Lego/Potter fun!I would recommend this to a friend!Purchased for: Selfmy wife and i have been building Lego Potter sets since Covid started,it gave us much fun while being at home and has turned into a passion, we try to finish 1 bag of bricks per night, unfortunately we have built allLlego potter sets available,cant wait for attack on the burrow to be back in stock(only one we don't have). Diagon Alley is the most challenging and enjoyable set yet. Don't let the price deter you because it is really 4 sets in 1, works out to be about 100 dollars per building which is in line with other sets.Building it was a blast and the finished product is spectacular.Level of Difficulty4.0Value for Money5.0Build Time: 20 daysBuilding Experience: Advanced LEGO builderWas this helpful?55Diagon Alley™
- September 4th, 2020Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0If your a Harry Potter fan its a mustI would recommend this to a friend!Purchased for: SelfThis is one of the best lego sets ever. The set is full of little details and has an amazing exterior to display. This set is also good to play with because of its open back and also the amount of cool design will also help you become immersed in the harry potter universe. The main positive of this set is the exterior and when it's on display it really comes into its own. It also helps that Diagon alley is a really iconic place and lego did a great job of recreating it. The colours of this set are bright and in your face so you cant miss it but also some of the buildings are dark so you can display its next a modular lego set and it will fit in fine. The build techniques in this set is also fun and unique with a cool chimney for Olivanders and a unique mechanism for the Weasley Wizard Wheezes shop as well as a cool slant for the front of Quality Quidditch Supplies. Another cool addition is the greebling of the street and the fact that you can move the building apart and create your own street A few problems with this set is probably the minifigures though they are mostly fine its more the facts that they repeat too many prints. Another thing is that its annoying that they did't have key characters like Mr Weasley and Rita Skeeter However Lockhart is amazing. The main criticism of this set is to do with the lack of a couple of key shops E.G The leaky cauldron, Borgin and Burkes and Gringotts (this might be made as a set individually). But most of these are nit picks and don't really take away from this set. Overall this set is super cool and is both a great display piece and also a good play set. I would recommend this set to any Harry Potter fan even though this set is a bit expensive and also you could get Hogwarts for the same or £20 less I would say it is worth it. Also box 21 is a neat surprisePlay Experience4.0Level of Difficulty4.0Value for Money5.0Build Time: 4 daysBuilding Experience: Advanced LEGO builderWas this helpful?55Diagon Alley™
- September 15th, 2020Average rating4out of 5 stars4.0Nice but...I would recommend this to a friend!Purchased for: SelfAs a HUGE Potter fan, I bought this immediately to add to my collection. I as massively disappointed when I found FOUR PAGES of stickers. I hate stickers. Other than that, it is a rather delightful set and I had fun. I took my time building it as I enjoyed it too much to be over quickly. I did however, have a missing piece in my set and I am currently waiting for a replacement. Happened a few times now with various ets.Play Experience5.0Level of Difficulty4.0Value for Money5.0Build Time: 4 daysBuilding Experience: Expert LEGO builderWas this helpful?45Diagon Alley™
- September 5th, 2021Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0Colors of the RainbowI would recommend this to a friend!Overall, I think people will buy all 4 buildings anyway. But it would be nice if they can be sold separately so people can choose which ones to buy. I think the following designs are nice. But I still prefer blocks to be put together instead of hanging loosely. Just need to have a list to check in case I move the buildings and see if anything drop: Ollivanders – 2 wand boxes, ladder Daily Prophet – newspaper stack in carton Flourish and Blotts - Wingardium Leviosa book on display Florean Fortescue's Ice Cream Parlour – 2 chairs Other than that, I watched/read some comments about building color too bright (pink). I can understand that but after building the more “realistic” ones (Ollivanders), I do find building bright color quite refreshing. Also, this set has all colors of the rainbow and more. So a lot of bricks to play with. E.g. just taking the building structure on the roof from Quality Quidditch Supplies let me build Umbridge’s pink office. I think most like Weasley's Wizard Wheezes best. But somehow I am not too excited about that so I repurpose that to Madam Malkin's Robes for All Occasions . With that, pretty much have all the stores to get ready for Hogwarts. As for Knockturn Alley, hope it can be separated from Weasley's Wizard Wheezes so can place it anywhere or according to some Diagon Alley/Knockturn Alley layout. In fact, it would be great if for each “set”, the 2 stores can be separated so they can be placed anywhere or closer to what the “real” layout is. I was able to separate out Knockturn Alley. Just have to remember which part of the structure is weaken to be careful. And I think some said there are too many Harrys. But I end up thinking I need MORE Harry. (Reading/having ice-cream at Florean Fortescue's Ice Cream Parlour, book signing with Lockhart, accidental show up at Knockturn Alley, 1st fateful encounter with Malfoy at “Madam Malkin's Robes for All Occasions”, even before meeting Ron and Hermione!) Now just have to see what Lego will come up next. (I guess will need to rebuild Weasley's Wizard Wheezes if they end up making a real Madam Malkin's Robes for All Occasions.) P.S. Over 5000 pieces, I keep thinking finally Lego is missing pieces. But always turn out I was actually wrong. Kudos to Lego on that.Play Experience5.0Value for Money5.0Was this helpful?55Diagon Alley™