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The crooked Haunted House is home to the scariest ghosts and monsters. Tremble in fear as you open the gate, go weak at the knees as you step onto the porch and gasp in horror at the fireplace, kitchen, office, folding staircase, bedroom, potion room, music room and collection of other creepy objects. Dare you enter the Haunted House?!
- Add to your LEGO® Monster Fighters Collection with the first official LEGO® Haunted House!
- Includes 6 minifigures: 2 glow-in-the-dark ghosts, Vampyre, Vampyre's Bride, Zombie chef and butler
- Features unique ‘crooked’ design featuring boarded up windows and working front gate.
- Haunted House opens to reveal detailed interior with 3 floors.
- First floor features fireplace that swings open and displays a ship in a bottle on the mantle.
- Cook up a ghoulish meal with the Zombie chef in the kitchen complete with old-style stove, jars and table!
- Write letters from the Vampyre’s haunted office!
- Pull the lever hidden in the chimney to release the drop down staircase and access the top floor!
- Top floor features gramophone, records and newspaper LEGO® elements.
- Customize the Haunted House with new stickers for wall hangings, spider webs and curtains!
- Measures 15.4” (39cm) high, 9.4” (24cm) wide and 7.5” (19cm) deep
- October 15th, 2012Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0An awesome Halloween Decoration and ToyDocsteel |I would recommend this to a friend!My fiance and her kids (both college age) had done some of the LEGO setups in the past from the Architecture series. Being a bit less high-brow myself I opted for the idea of using the Haunted House as a decoration for the dining table. This set is simply pure LEGO fun and genius; the hinged design should be the standard as it allows sets to have more of a decorative use when not in use. We opted to get two of the large grey sheets and cut them to go under the two halves to help stabilize and open the house and provide a base for other surrounding pieces (see photos). As always, price is a bit steep but the fun factor and decorative value more than makes up for it as everyone will stop to take a look. The only downside is you _will_ be tempted to get more of the "Monster Fighters" series as they make great additions to the house; the Vampire Hearse is a must in my opinion! Sets and Pieces in use here: Haunted House The Vampyre Hearse The Zombies The Werewolf The Swamp Creature Misc: Mummy, skeleton, alien queen and grey, 2 large grey base sheets Note to designers: Please consider adding in two "base" pieces to the set; this is cheap and *very* useful! Oh and why is there no black cat piece for such an awesome set?Play ExperienceAverage rating5out of 5 stars5.0Value for MoneyAverage rating4out of 5 stars4.0Building Experience: Intermediate LEGO builderWas this helpful?55Haunted House
- September 16th, 2017Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0Haunted HouseI would recommend this to a friend!Purchased for: SelfThis is perfect for a small Halloween display. I had fun building The model. I had added other minis to the house.Play ExperienceAverage rating5out of 5 stars5.0Value for MoneyAverage rating5out of 5 stars5.0Build Time: 6 hrsBuilding Experience: Intermediate LEGO builderWas this helpful?55Haunted House
- February 1st, 2013Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0A great classic for the futureI would recommend this to a friend!This for me has to be one of the best sets LEGO have ever made. I say this because I have always been a big fan of Haunted Houses and this one is packed full of scary fun. The product comes in a series of plastic bags numbered 1 to 5 and with three instruction books, which makes the build very easy to manage, especially if you have a plain coloured tray to lay all of the pieces out before hand for each section. It took me just over 6 hours to build my Haunted House and I built it over three days (one level at a time). Originally I wanted to furnish my LEGO house once it had been built, but found it much easier to add the furniture and fittings in as I went, as it is difficult to get to the back of the rooms once the ceilings go on. I love all of the detail in the fixtures and fittings in this set, in particular all of the odds and ends that can be found in the attic, including the gramophone. I was a little disappointed that the records and newspapers provided with this set were made up with stickers, considering that this set is not cheap and newspaper tiles have been printed for the Harry Potter sets in the past. I did however like that fact that LEGO have given just enough pieces to add detail with this set, whilst leaving lots of opportunity for you to personalise it yourself. I have added much more detail to my Haunted House by adding features found in The Pirates of the Caribbean and Harry Potter sets in particular. I also enjoy looking for rare pieces to store in the attic (to give it that more cluttered look). The residents of the Haunted House are well detailed and I think that there are enough of them to make the house feel occupied whilst leaving room for a few guests (from the minifigure series). The ghosts are my favourite as they glow really well. I have included a few photos of my little house. Hope you find it inspiring.Play ExperienceAverage rating5out of 5 stars5.0Value for MoneyAverage rating4out of 5 stars4.0Building Experience: Intermediate LEGO builderWas this helpful?55Haunted House
- August 5th, 2013Average rating5out of 5 stars5.0One of Lego's Best!!!Jetblast |I would recommend this to a friend!The Haunted House is an amazing set. It is both fun and challenging to build. The fun part of displaying and playing with the Haunted House is not necessarily in its functionality (although it was a great idea to make it open on hinges), but is in its details. My daughter and I both love Halloween and the Haunted House is the perfect center piece for the Monster Fighters theme. To add a little functionality, we modified the top spire by making the top of it rotate. For anyone so interested, here's the pieces we used: 1. One 2X2 turntable plate (which includes the 2X2 square base and round 2X2 spinner which snaps into the base). 2. One black 4X4 plate. 3. Two black 1X2 flat plates. 4. Two black 1X4 flat plates. 5. One medium grey sign post with a 2X2 base. 6. One black 1X1 conical-shaped round brick. Build the spire exactly as directed by the instructions, except do not add the hand rails and round corner elements to the top of the spire. Instead, install these onto the black 4X4 plate which will serve as the top piece of the spire. In the center of black 4X4 plate, connect the sign post with the 2X2 base and add the black 1X1 conical-shaped round brick to the top of the sign post, this will serve as your spinner mechanism. On top of the spire, place the 2X2 turntable plate in the center of the top of the spire, then add the two 1X2 and 1X4 black plates around the edges of the turntable (this fills in the gaps so that it looks like one solid piece). Now attach your black 4X4 plate with hand rails, round corner pieces, and spinner to the turntable. You now have a spinning spire top that you can attach your ghosts and other flying monsters to and spin them around like they are flying around the spire of the house (particularly fun to do at night when the ghosts are glowing). As you can see from the pictures, we also made our own Headless Horseman. Another challenge for the brave Monster Fighters to tackle!Play ExperienceAverage rating5out of 5 stars5.0Level of DifficultyAverage rating4out of 5 stars4.0Value for MoneyAverage rating5out of 5 stars5.0Building Experience: Expert LEGO builderWas this helpful?55Haunted House