LEGO deluxe Disney Castle set sees Black Friday price cut

LEGO‘s stunning deluxe Disney Castle celebrating the 100th anniversary of Disney has an impressive Black Friday price cut.

Based on the iconic castle from Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom, the updated colour represents the real-life castle repaint from 2021. The new castle boasts more pieces than before and a brand new colour scheme.

While its 2016 LEGO predecessor came with five minifigures, the new castle comes with eight figures including Rapunzel, Flynn Rider, Snow White, Prince Florian, Cinderella, Prince Charming, Tiana and Prince Naveen.

LEGO Disney Castle Collectible Set for Adults 43222

LEGO Disney Castle Collectible Set for Adults 43222

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The beautiful set has seen a price cut from £344.99 all the way down to £275.99 on ShopDisney, saving you an impressive 20%.

Coming in at a whopping 4,837 pieces (the previous model consisted of 4,080), the new Disney Castle is sure to keep even the most experienced LEGO builders busy for a while.

The new set features the Grand Ballroom from Cinderella, which has a rotating dance floor. Also featured in the set is an enchanted fireplace that reveals the spinning wheel from the 1959 Disney classic Sleeping Beauty, as well as the iconic Magic Mirror from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

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Other features include a Beauty and the Beast table setting, a mop and bucket from Fantasia‘s Sorcerer’s Apprentice sequence, and the Magic Carpet from Aladdin.

While many of these were included in the 2016 LEGO castle, the new model has some updated nods to Disney’s recent movies, including a Moana tapestry and a painting by Rapunzel from Tangled.

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