UPDATE 11/15/16: The LEGO Disney Cinderella Castle Set is available now at LEGO.com – BUY NOW
Update 7/11: It’s official! The set info has been released today (it appears PopSugar did leak the info a few days early). The set will retail for $349 and will be available first at LEGO.com on September 1, 2016, for $349. The minifigures that are packaged with it are different from those released earlier this year. Start saving your pennies, this one is going to be a fun one to own!
UPDATE 7/10: The cached version of the Disney LEGO WDW Cinderella Photo Gallery is available – it’s dated Jul 8, 2016, 17:27:44 GMT. and credits all of the leaked/released photos to LEGO
WDW Cinderella’s Castle LEGO Set Rumors
Big news in Disney and LEGO land. Fans were surprised with a sneak peek at the newest Disney LEGO set, and it’s pretty spectacular. The photos appear to have been first released by PopSugar who’s apparently pulled the story as it’s not currently accessible, but of course, rabid LEGO fans screen copied the very detailed photos of the interior of the castle. Perhaps they had an exclusive and released them early; we won’t know until they put the story back up or release the photos again in another way. Many of them are already available via Google search and as noted by the update above, in the web cache of PopSugar’s website.
LEGO Cinderella Castle Set Details
From Google Image Search (c) LEGO
This new LEGO Cinderella’s Castle is said to have 4080 pieces and when completed appears to be open from the back for lots of pretend play. There seems to be plenty of accessories like a pirate’s chest, a spinning wheel, magic mirror, sewing shears, trunks, a grandfather clock, suits of armor, chandeliers, and so much more. The set appears to come with five minifigs – Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Daisy Duck, and Tinkerbell. I’ll admit, I expected the Fab Five and would have thought we’d see Goofy and Pluto. But no worries, LEGO released an entire series of Disney Character minifgures under the name LEGO Disney Minifigures Collection just a few months ago.
But what if you can’t wait until September (or whenever this set is released) and want to add some Disney to your LEGO collection now? There are already several fun sets available: