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21 Best LEGO Harry Potter Sets for Young Potterheads

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Gisele Navarro
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Gisele Navarro
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Gisele Navarro
Gisele is the mother of an adventurous 2-year-old and a creative 5-year-old. When buying gifts for her kids, her number one focus is finding toys that they will both have fun with. Every toy she brings home is thought to be shared and enjoyed together - and that is no easy feat!
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When I think about my childhood, Harry Potter and LEGO are the two things that come to mind first. LEGO has been a trusted mainstay of children’s toys for generations and Harry Potter continues to garner fans as new generations of kids are introduced to the books and movies. As a child, I was not lucky enough to have the two combined, but I would have been obsessed with any of the sets on this list! And to tell you the truth, I’m pretty tempted by some of the sets as an adult.

Potterheads and LEGO heads come in all ages, but they tend to look for different things in their LEGO sets. For example, kids want to be able to build their sets and then play with them so that they will enjoy sets with lots of interactive features, fun accessories and open areas. And unless your child is very skilled in LEGO, you should probably look for something with a more straightforward build.

In contrast, teens and adults are more likely to want to display their sets so they will value stylish designs and intricate details more. They may also be looking for a more challenging build that will occupy them for a few hours. Whatever the age and skill level of the HP fan in your life, you can find the perfect gift for them (or yourself) below! Be sure to also look at what we think are the best harry potter toys that go beyond just LEGO.

The Top 3 LEGO Harry Potter Sets

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LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts: Polyjuice Potion Mistake 76386 Moaning Myrtle's Bathroom with Ron Weasley and Hermione Grainger Minifigures, Gift Idea for Grandchildren with Golden Harry Potter Minifigure
LEGO Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban Expecto Patronum 75945 Building Kit (121 Pieces)
LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Castle 71043 Building Set - Model Kit with Minifigures, Featuring Wand, Boats, and Spider Figure, Gryffindor and Hufflepuff Accessories, Collectible for Adults and Teens
Recommended Age
7 years and up
7 years and up
16 years and up
Pros
The figures transform into their Polyjuice disguises
Very cool glittering Patronus and detailed minifigures
Amazingly intricate and extensive set
Cons
It would be cool if it included a Moaning Myrtle figure
There isn’t very much to build
You need a lot of room to construct and display this
Price
$26.95
$43.50
$500.00
Best Budget Option
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LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts: Polyjuice Potion Mistake 76386 Moaning Myrtle's Bathroom with Ron Weasley and Hermione Grainger Minifigures, Gift Idea for Grandchildren with Golden Harry Potter Minifigure
Recommended Age
7 years and up
Pros
The figures transform into their Polyjuice disguises
Cons
It would be cool if it included a Moaning Myrtle figure
Price
$26.95
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Best for Younger Kids
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LEGO Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban Expecto Patronum 75945 Building Kit (121 Pieces)
Recommended Age
7 years and up
Pros
Very cool glittering Patronus and detailed minifigures
Cons
There isn’t very much to build
Price
$43.50
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Best for Older Kids and Adults
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LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Castle 71043 Building Set - Model Kit with Minifigures, Featuring Wand, Boats, and Spider Figure, Gryffindor and Hufflepuff Accessories, Collectible for Adults and Teens
Recommended Age
16 years and up
Pros
Amazingly intricate and extensive set
Cons
You need a lot of room to construct and display this
Price
$500.00
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We’ve already collected some awesome sets for you to peruse, with options to suit all budgets and ages. We’ve got moments from most of the books/movies and all kinds of buildings, characters and magical creatures from the Wizarding World. 

All sets are tried and approved by parents, kids and grown-up kids! So if you’d like to see more, just keep reading. 

Best for Younger Kids

1. LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts™: Polyjuice Potion Mistake 76386

This LEGO set is easy for kids over 7 to build by themselves. Once it’s done, they will have an excellent replica of Moaning Myrtle’s bathroom to play with. Kids can have fun re-enacting the moment the trio takes the Polyjuice Potion, and Hermione ends up with the face of a cat! 

1 LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts™ Polyjuice Potion Mistake 76386
Recommended age: 7 years and above 

The mini figures in this set are complete with transforming heads, including a cat head for Hermione. Another excellent feature is the open sink to reveal the Chamber of Secrets entrance! Plus, considering what you get with this set, it is excellent value for money.

What We Love:
❤️ The figures transform into their Polyjuice disguises
❤️ Opening sink reveals the entrance to the Chamber of Secrets
❤️ Excellent value for money

What We Don’t Love:
💔 It would be cool if it included a Moaning Myrtle figure
💔 Not a very large set

2. LEGO Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban Expecto Patronum 75945

This evocative LEGO set depicts the moment Harry sees what he thinks is his father’s Patronus save Sirius from the Dementors, not realizing that the Patronus comes from his future self. There isn’t a considerable amount to build in this set, but there is lots to play with. That makes it perfect for kiddos who can’t wait to begin acting out the scene! 

2 LEGO Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban Expecto Patronum 75945
Recommended age: 7 years and above 

The highlight of this set is the excellent figures, including a very detailed Sirius and a super cool glittering Patronus. Kids will also love the interactive spell-casting feature that comes from behind a tree!

What We Love:
❤️ Very cool glittering patronus and detailed minifigures
❤️ Includes a fun spell casting feature
❤️ Easy enough for kids to build by themselves

What We Don’t Love:
💔 There isn’t very much to build
💔 The trees look a bit flat

3. LEGO Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire The Rise of Voldemort 75965

This LEGO set depicts the drama-filled climax of the fourth film, where Harry sees Voldemort rise again. This is also a play-focused set, but it includes some highly detailed pieces and some fun little builds. And if you’re an adult looking for something on the small side that doesn’t take much time to build, it also looks great as a display piece. 

3 LEGO Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire The Rise of Voldemort 75965
Recommended age: 7 years and above 

The piece de resistance of this set is the rising Voldemort feature, which shows his new form coming from under the earth when you pull a lever! The impressively detailed mini figures and tombstone are also a highlight.

What We Love:
❤️ Amazingly detailed minifigures 
❤️ Voldemort rises when you pull a lever
❤️ Great for playing and displaying

What We Don’t Love:
💔 It would be great if Cedric were included 
💔 It shows just a small part of the cemetery 

💡 Love the Voldemort minifigure but not interested in the rest of the set? You can find him alone here.

Best for Teenagers

4. LEGO Hogwarts™ Express

If you have an older kid who loves trains and Harry Potter, they will go wild over this set. The build includes a full model of the Hogwarts Express, complete with platform 9 ¾ and several mini figures and accessories. The train looks fantastic closed up, but you can also open it to reveal an entire scene inside!

4 LEGO Hogwarts™ Express
Recommended age: 8 years and above 

This set looks great on display, but it is also designed to encourage imaginative play. With the figures of Lupin and the Trolley Witch as well as a Dementor and Scabbers the rat, there’s no end to the scenes kids can play out!

What We Love: 
❤️ Lots of fun to build and play with
❤️ The train opens up to reveal scenes inside
❤️ Includes some cool interactive features

What We Don’t Love:
💔 There are no train tracks included
💔 The platform is a bit basic when compared with the train

5. LEGO Harry Potter Fawkes, Dumbledore’s Phoenix 76394

If you’d rather have something that looks spectacular on your display shelf than something to play with, this model of Fawkes the Phoenix is an excellent choice. It is quite a complex build, but the clear instructions make the process painless and fun. Once complete, Fawkes looks magnificent from afar and even better up close with all his intricate details!

5 Lego Harry Potter Fawkes Dumbledore s Phoenix 76394
Recommended age: 10 years and above 

This is a display set, but it does include one cool interactive feature – a crank on Fawkes’ plinth that makes his wings flap when you turn it! Older kids and adult HP fans alike will love this majestic phoenix build.

What We Love:
❤️ Looks exquisite when completed
❤️ The wings flap when you turn the crank 
❤️ Clear instructions make a complex build easy and fun

What We Don’t Love:
💔 Not meant for playing
💔 Quite expensive for the size

💡 To make Fawkes even more spectacular, make him glow with this LED lighting kit designed just for him.

6. LEGO Harry Potter Hedwig 75979

This set is similar to the Phoenix set above but is much more competitively priced, so it is great if you’re on a budget. While Hedwig may not have the same majestic appeal as Fawkes, this Hedwig set is just as spectacular, with the same crank mechanism to flap the wings. Several reviewers commented on how graceful and realistic the wing beat motion was!

6 LEGO Harry Potter Hedwig 75979
Recommended age: 10 years and above 

The completed Hedwig is beautiful, with her impressively detailed feather structure and the letter in her beak. The set also has a bonus detachable Harry mini-figure and mini Hedwig toy.

What We Love:
❤️ A beautiful and detailed Hedwig
❤️ The wings flap in a fluid motion
❤️ Great value for money

What We Don’t Love:
💔 The build may be too complex for some
💔 A few customers experienced issues with the wing flapping mechanism


Best Harry Potter Characters

7. LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Magical Trunk 76399

Many awesome LEGO sets on this list allow you to build all kinds of scenes and models from the Wizarding World. The special thing about this one is its customizability – when you open the trunk, you can turn the pieces inside into the Sorting Ceremony, a Great Hall feast or the Common Room in whatever house colors you like!

7 LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Magical Trunk 76399
Recommended age: 8 years and above 

The mini-figures in this set are also customizable, which is great fun – kids can build up to five familiar characters or create new ones by mixing and matching the pieces. The creative and imaginative play opportunities are limitless!

What We Love:
❤️ Lots of customizability
❤️ Easy and fun to assemble
❤️ The trunk opens to reveal a scene

What We Don’t Love:
💔 Lots of small loose pieces that can get lost
💔 The trunk could be a bit bigger

8. LEGO Harry Potter Advent Calendar 76404

Want to be prepared for the days leading up to next Christmas? Then this LEGO Harry Potter advent calendar is a great buy. Not only will this set get the little ones excited for Christmas, but it will occupy them for a chunk of time each day, giving you the space to get preparations done or rest a bit!

8 LEGO Harry Potter Advent Calendar 76404
Recommended age: 7 years and above 

Because there is a mini LEGO set for every day of December leading to Christmas, this is excellent value for money. You get a variety of chronologically themed sets and once they are complete, they form a fun game!

What We Love:
❤️ A super fun way to build up to Christmas
❤️ Great variety of mini sets, figures and accessories
❤️ It turns into a game once all the pieces are built

What We Don’t Love:
💔 It could be more holiday themed
💔 Not all of the sets are immediately recognizable

9. LEGO Harry Potter Minifigure Combo

Perhaps you need replacements for lost mini-figures, or your kids are more interested in playing with Harry, Ron and Hermione than in building a LEGO set. There are many reasons to buy this mini-figure combo, but you’ll be happy with what you get. The figures are nicely detailed and very recognizable.

9 LEGO Harry Potter Minifigure Combo
Recommended age: 5 years and above 

As well as the figures themselves, this combo gets you a range of fun accessories, including Hedwig, Scabbers the Rat, a broomstick, a candle and even a copy of the Daily Prophet. And, of course, the trio all have their wands in hand!

What We Love:
❤️ The figures are very detailed and authentic looking
❤️ Comes with Hedwig and Ron’s rat Scabbers
❤️ Fun to play with

What We Don’t Love:
💔 A bit expensive considering there is nothing to build
💔 It could come with more accessories

10. LEGO Brickheadz Harry Potter, Hermione, Ron Weasley, Hagrid 4095

For those tired of classic LEGO sets, this Brickheadz set makes a fun and unique change. It is perfect for older kids and adults who enjoy a chibi anime aesthetic. It includes a buildable Harry, Hermione, Ron and Hagrid with cartoonishly large heads and eyes and no other facial features besides their impressive hair. The completed figures are adorable and perfect for display!

10 Lego Brickheadz Harry Potter Hermione Ron Weasley Hagrid 4095
Recommended age: 10 years and above 

These figures are small but pretty detailed, with the set comprising 466 pieces. They are a fun and unusual build and a great conversation starter to place on your bookshelf or desk.

What We Love:
❤️ It’s fun to build the characters from scratch
❤️ Cute stylized character design
❤️ Very cool and unique display LEGO

What We Don’t Love:
💔 Only meant for display
💔 The figures are quite small

💡 If you like these, why not add a Bellatrix, Voldemort and Nagini to your Brickheadz collection?

Best Pets & Magical Creatures

11. LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Carriage and Thestrals 76400

This affordable set depict a moment from the 5th movie in which Harry and Luna ride together to Hogwarts in a carriage pulled by Thestrals. This is another great set for kids, thanks to its range of figures and interactive features such as the carriage with rolling wheels. However, some teens and adults may be tempted by the cool adult, and baby Thestral figures! 

11 LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Carriage and Thestrals 76400
Recommended age: 7 years and above 

This set includes some buildable elements, but they are generally simple enough for kids to complete by themselves. The figures are adorable and Luna’s copy of the Quibbler is an especially nice touch. 

What We Love:
❤️ Easy enough for kids to build by themselves
❤️ The Thestral figures are very cool
❤️ Allows for interactive play

What We Don’t Love:
💔 On the small side
💔 The baby Thestral has no movable parts

12. LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts: Fluffy Encounter 76387

The encounter with Fluffy the three-headed dog, is one of the most iconic moments of the first Harry Potter book and film. With this LEGO set, kids can recreate that moment and Dumbledore’s study in the tower above. Also included are the mini figures of Harry, Ron and Hermione, plus a posable Fluffy and magical harp to put him to sleep!

12 LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Fluffy Encounter 76387
Recommended age: 8 years and above 

What’s great about this set is that the modules are reconfigurable, so kids can be creative about how they put it together. It is also compatible with other Hogwarts sets, so kids can eventually build the whole school!

What We Love:
❤️ Comes with five reconfigurable modules
❤️ Fantastic attention to detail
❤️ Can combine with other sets in this range

What We Don’t Love:
💔 Fluffy’s heads do not move
💔 On the expensive side

13. LEGO Harry Potter Forbidden Forest: Umbridge’s Encounter 75967

The Forbidden Forest set is an interactive LEGO playing set with a few fun buildable elements. These include a tree that opens up to reveal some secrets hidden inside and a buildable Grawp the giant figure! Grawp is wonderfully detailed and can move his arms and legs and pick up other hand figures, so he is excellent for imaginative play.

13 LEGO Harry Potter Forbidden Forest Umbridges Encounter 75967
Recommended age: 8 years and above 

All the figures in this set look great, but the centaurs deserve special mention for their design and impressive details. Other details, such as the spider and mushrooms on the tree, convey the forest’s creepy atmosphere.

What We Love:
❤️ Grawp the giant can move his arms and legs
❤️ The centaur figures are very cool
❤️ The tree opens to reveal secrets inside

What We Don’t Love:
💔 Grawp does not look complete from the back
💔 Grawp has smooth feet so cannot be fixed to a LEGO base


Best Harry Potter World Buildings

14. LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Great Hall 75954

This spectacular LEGO Great Hall is perfect for older kids and teens who enjoy a challenging build. It is packed with incredible detail and looks impressively realistic, especially the side that depicts the outside of the castle. This side is perfect for displaying, while the other side is fun for playing and tinkering with, as it reveals the inside of the great hall and other rooms, including Dumbledore’s office.

14 LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Great Hall 75954
Recommended age: 9 years and above 

This set comes with no less than ten mini-figures and loads of extras and accessories. One highlight is the Mirror of Erised, with interchangeable panels depending on who is looking in it!

What We Love:
❤️ Packed with amazing detail 
❤️ Comes with 10 mini-figures and lots of accessories
❤️ Includes Dumbledore’s office with Mirror of Erised

What We Don’t Love:
💔 The Great Hall itself could be bigger
💔 May be a bit too delicate to play with

15. LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Chamber of Secrets 76389

This is another breathtakingly detailed set packed with figures, accessories and fun features. Not only does the set construct the Chamber of Secrets itself, but several other rooms above have their own features. The set includes a whopping ten mini-figures and six random collectible wizard card tiles!

15 LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Chamber of Secrets 76389
Recommended age: 9 years and above 

There are too many cool interactive elements to mention, but some highlights are the secret corridor and the highly realistic poseable Basilisk. This is also a nice set if you value creativity, as it comprises reconfigurable modules and is compatible with other sets.

What We Love:
❤️ Excellent attention to detail
❤️ Lots of interactive and reconfigurable elements
❤️ Great for kids and adults who enjoy a challenge

What We Don’t Love:
💔 You have to buy the expansion packs separately
💔 Lots of small pieces that can get lost

💡 If you want to expand the scene, the Fluffy Encounter and Polyjuice Potion Mistake sets slot right into this one.

16. LEGO Harry Potter 4 Privet Drive 75968

This may not be as spectacular as some other sets, but it is packed with fun details. Kids will have a blast playing with this set, which includes interactive features from the first and second films. These include letters that can flood the mailbox, a hovering trifle and a buildable flying car, complete with a chain to wrench the bars off the window!

16 LEGO Harry Potter 4 Privet Drive 75968
Recommended age: 8 years and above 

One side of this niftily designed set depicts the outside of the house while the other shows all the rooms and figures inside. Speaking of figures, this comes with six, including an adorable Dobby!

What We Love:
❤️ Comes with buildable flying car
❤️ Lots of hidden and interactive features
❤️ You can play out scenes from the first and second films

What We Don’t Love:
💔 The house does not have many rooms
💔 Tricky to move as the floor does not have much reinforcement

17. LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Castle 71043

If you’re looking to pull out all the stops to wow a massive Harry Potter and LEGO fan, this 2019 Toy Of The Year winner is perfect. With a whopping 6020 pieces, this Hogwarts Castle set is no joke. It’s not for the impatient, but those who enjoy getting stuck into a challenging puzzle will fall in love! 

17 LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Castle 71043
Recommended age: 16 years and above 

The attention to detail in this set is truly spectacular. Many figures and movable features include a whomping willow and Chamber of Secrets. The castle looks exquisite, but the inside is where you’ll discover endless hidden details!

What We Love:
❤️ Amazingly intricate and extensive set
❤️ Extremely fun to build if you like puzzles
❤️ Includes so much detail and fun movable features

What We Don’t Love:
💔 You need a lot of room to construct and display this
💔 A very complex and time consuming build


Best Harry Potter Scenes

18. LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Moment: Potions Class 76383

This genius little LEGO set forms part of a collection of “Hogwarts Moments” sets that all close up into the shape of a spell book and open out to reveal all the pieces to make a Hogwarts classroom. This one is the potions class in the dungeons with Professor Snape and it features a dungeon backdrop, potion-making equipment, three mini-figures and more!

18 LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Moment Potions Class 76383
Recommended age: 8 years and above 

The “book” design of this set makes it super easy to store attractively and to open out and play with. There are some buildable elements, but with its open design, this set is more about imaginative play and display.

What We Love:
❤️ It all folds up into a “book” that is compact and easy to store
❤️ This set really encourages imaginative play
❤️ Clever design with lots of cute details

What We Don’t Love:
💔 The completed build is not very stable
💔 Not that much to build

19. LEGO Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban Knight Bus 75957

The Knight Bus is an iconic Harry Potter vehicle, and this set does it justice. It looks great on display with its characteristic indigo color and triple-decker design. It is also fun to play with, thanks to its movable wheels, hinged opening side panel and removable roof! Kids can play with the included figures and accessories in the bottom and top decks.

19 LEGO Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban Knight Bus 75957
Recommended age: 8 years and above 

As well as Harry Potter, this set consists of the exclusive mini-figures of Stan Shunpike and Ernie Prang. It is an excellent gift for kids who love buses and big kids who love collecting!

What We Love:
❤️ Fun to build and looks great on display
❤️ Roof and side comes off to reveal fun details inside
❤️ Kids will love that the wheels move

What We Don’t Love:
💔 A little on the small side
💔 There could be more features for the price

💡 A Knight Bus needs lighting and headlights! Complete the look with this LED light kit.

20. LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Moment: Defense Class 76397

This is another set in the Hogwarts Moments collection, in which each set closes up into a book. This time the book opens out into Professor Moody’s Defense against the Dark Arts classroom, which is packed with intriguing details. Whether kids want to act out scenes from the movie or make up their own, this gives them lots of material to work with!

20 LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Moment Defense Class 76397
Recommended age: 8 years and above 

The real highlights of this set are the trunk containing the mini-Moody and the fact that Moody transforms into Barty Crouch Junior, thanks to the Polyjuice Potion wearing off! The figures are also very detailed and instantly recognizable.

What We Love:
❤️ Another cool set to add to your “book” collection
❤️ Lots of fun details to play with
❤️ Includes a transforming Mad-Eye Moody figure

What We Don’t Love:
💔 Quite a basic set for the price
💔 Not great for young kids as they may knock items over

21. LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Moment: Divination Class 76396

Another Hogwarts Moments set depicts Professor Trelawney’s divination classroom. This set is a little more colorful than the others in the collection, but it also features lots of fun details and accessories like the crystal ball, teacups and teapot. It evokes the atmosphere of Trelawney’s classroom, which all conveniently closes into the book container.

21 LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Moment Divination Class 76396
Recommended age: 8 years and above 

Although the sets in this collection are pretty simple, they are a great choice if you want something affordable or compact. You can store them on a bookshelf, display them in a small space or even take them on vacation!

What We Love:
❤️ Lots of opportunity for open-ended play
❤️ Very convenient for travel and storage
❤️ Lots of cute details and great mini-figures

What We Don’t Love:
💔 Quite small for the price
💔 No included base to make things stable

💡 Complete your Hogwarts Moments collection with Transfiguration Class.

Frequently Asked Questions About LEGO Harry Potter Sets

🙋 What skills does LEGO develop?

LEGO is one of the best STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) toys for young children as not only is it lots of fun, and it helps develop a range of cognitive skills. LEGO helps kids hone their problem-solving and spatial reasoning skills and their ability to understand complex tasks. 

Using three-dimensional objects and figuring out how they go together helps young minds learn how to think ahead and retrace their steps if they don’t go as planned. And the great thing about LEGO is that it does this for toddlers, preschoolers and older kids alike, as long as you choose a set with the appropriate difficulty level. LEGO can even help keep adults’ brains sharp!

As well as the cognitive skills, LEGO helps develop a range of other skills as well. An obvious one is fine motor skills, as kids practice carefully piecing together finicky pieces. But LEGO is also a fantastic way to develop persistence, patience and cooperation when building with others. It is also great for fostering focus, concentration and self-confidence through the accomplishment of finishing a build.

🙋 What age groups love Harry Potter?

Harry Potter is loved by almost all age groups, though there are limits to this – The Deathly Hallows isn’t appropriate for 5-year-olds! As a rough guide, the first two books are suitable for readers aged 8+, the third for readers aged 9+, the fourth and fifth for readers aged 10+, the sixth for readers aged 11+ and the final book for readers aged 12+. 

However, if you’re raring to introduce the Wizarding World to your kids, you can read the earlier books to them from the age of 5 or so. If your kids are sensitive to scary things, perhaps hold off on the third book until they are slightly older. 

So… What Harry Potter LEGO Set Should I Get?

There’s no universal answer, but you should be able to pick the perfect set from our list as long as you know a bit about the person you’re buying for. 

How old are they? How experienced are they with LEGO? What is their favorite Harry Potter film? If you’re buying for a child, one of the play-focused sets, such as the Prisoner of Azkaban Expecto Patronum set, is excellent. In contrast, this elaborate Hogwarts Castle set is fantastic for LEGO-loving adults and older teens.

We tried our best to find a range of LEGO Harry Potter sets so no one would be disappointed, but if you think we missed something, let us know!

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