This September, Disney theme park fans will have the opportunity to buy what looks like one of the most detailed and engaging models of a Disney castle yet offered. On September 1, Lego will start selling a new "Disney Castle" set, based on the Cinderella Castle at the Walt Disney World Resort.
The set will include more than 4,000 pieces, including five minifigs: Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Daisy Duck and Tinker Bell. When assembled, the set will be 29 inches tall... and might be more detailed than the actual castle, which didn't offer much more than a restaurant and a cast member break room until Disney added the Dream Suite several years ago. The Lego set includes four floors on the main building, with five additional floors in the main tower.
Each room in the castle offers a detailed scene, including Mickey's sorcerer's apprentice gear. Additional details include suits of armor, a magic carpet, a spinning wheel (Hey, I thought this was Cinderella's castle!), a golden mirror and red apple (Maybe Cindy's got some of the other princesses over for the weekend?), and a glass slipper (OK, now that's more like it).
The Lego Disney Castle goes on sale on September 1 on Lego's website and retail stores. The suggested retail price will be $349.99.
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