Every new LEGO Harry Potter set coming in 2024

Tristan Stringer
Three of the new LEGO Harry Potter sets coming in 2024LEGO

Scheduled to be released on March 1, 2024, we’ve rounded up each of the upcoming LEGO Harry Potter sets. Here’s what you can expect, including how much they will cost.

Potterheads, grab your wands and listen up — there’s a host of new LEGO Harry Potter sets coming in 2024. So, if you felt gloomy about the retiring LEGO Harry Potter kits of 2023, don’t be. It’s time to get excited.

Indeed, several sets taking inspiration from the Wizarding World of Harry Potter will be released soon. Each of the new kits featured here is scheduled to be become available from March 1, 2024. Yup, considering February is the shortest month of the year, you won’t have to wait too long to grab them.

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We’ve rounded up each upcoming LEGO Harry Potter set. Here’s what you can expect.

1. LEGO Harry Potter Hagrid’s Hut: An Unexpected Visit – 76428

The new LEGO Harry Potter Hagrid’s Hut: An Unexpected Visit on displayLEGO

Ever wanted to pay a visit to Hagrid? Well, this new LEGO Harry Potter kit will allow Potterheads aged eight and up to do just that.

In addition, comprising of the most bricks (896, to be precise) of all the new LEGO Harry Potter sets, it is sure to provide them with an immersive building experience. So, while you click together the bricks of one of the best LEGO Harry Potter Collectors’ Edition sets for adults, the young ones can join in the fun.

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This set will also keep them preoccupied with a fun-filled playing experience. You can create your own moments with minifigures of Harry, Hermione, Ron, Draco Malfoy, and, of course, Hagrid. LEGO figures of Hagrid’s dog, Fang, and Norbert the dragon are included.

The completed set features an array of authentic details, inside and out. The former can be accessed via opening up the brick-built hut and by removing the roof. A peek inside reveals items such as Hagrid’s fold-out chair, a dragon egg element, and an umbrella stand.

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The LEGO version of Hagrid’s hut measures seven inches tall, seven-and-a-half inches wide, and six inches deep. This set will be priced at $74.99.

2. LEGO Harry Potter Flying Ford Anglia – 76424

The new LEGO Harry Potter Flying Ford Anglia on displayLEGO

LEGO offers myriad replicas of some of the coolest cars out there. Take LEGO Technic and classic-car-inspired LEGO Icons models, for example. There are, of course, also an array of new LEGO Speed Champions models coming in 2024.

However, can the original versions of these cars fly? No. So, if you ever wanted to take to the skies, it’s best to hop aboard the Weasleys’ flying Ford Anglia.

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Although not comprising that many bricks (there are only 165), this kit is sure to provide Potterheads aged seven and up with an enjoyable playing experience. The minifigures of Harry and Ron will undoubtedly help you to create one of the most iconic scenes from the Wizarding World. Figures of Hedwig and Scabbers are also included.

But back to the car. The LEGO version of the enchanted Ford Anglia features opening doors, a removable roof, and space for both minifigures. The trunk can also be opened for you to stow away the included suitcases. The completed build measures two inches tall, two-and-a-half inches wide, and four-and-a-half inches long.

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This set will be priced at $14.99.

3. LEGO Harry Potter Hedwig at 4 Privet Drive – 76425

The LEGO Harry Potter Hedwig at 4 Privet Drive on displayLEGO

If you are weary of using a postal service, why not send and receive letters via Hedwig? Now that will be neat. You’ll have to buy the paper and quill separately, though.

Comprising 337 pieces, this new LEGO Harry Potter set was designed for Harry Potter fans aged seven and up. Not only will is provide them with an enjoyable building and playing experience, it will look great on display. Standing four inches tall, the LEGO-reimagined Hedwig is posable.

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In addition, the set includes a Privet Drive sign, a buildable trunk, and several accessories. This kit will be priced at $19.99.

4. LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Castle Boathouse – 76426

A child playing with the LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Castle Boathouse setLEGO

Arrive at Hogwarts in style, just like Harry, Ron, and Hermione did in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. In addition to the trio of Gryffindors, the set includes minifigures of Neville Longbottom, Dean Thomas, and, to welcome you, Professor McGonagall. There are also figures of Hedwig and Trevor the toad.

Comprising 350 pieces, this new LEGO Harry Potter set features a duo of buildable boats, each with space for two minifigures, and a brick-built boathouse. The latter sports a docking bay, a wind vase, and a hiding place for Trevor.

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This set was designed for Harry Potter fans aged eight and up. It measures eight inches tall, six inches wide, and four-and-a-half inches deep. This set will be priced at $37.99.

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5. LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Castle Owlery – 76430

The LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Castle Owlery on displayLEGO

Like the LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Castle Bouthouse, this set will look great next to your other Hogwarts-inspired LEGO buildings. The completed build stands 14.5 inches tall, four-and-a-half inches wide, and four inches deep.

Designed for Potterheads aged eight and up, this set comprises 364 pieces. It features minifigures of Harry, Cho Chang, and Argus Filch. There are also five different owl figures, including Pigwidgeon. This kit will be priced at $44.99.

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6. LEGO Harry Potter Forbidden Forest: Magical Creatures – 76432

The LEGO Harry Potter Forbidden Forest: Magical Creatures set on displayLEGO

Do you dare enter the Forbidden Forest? Well, if you do, you’ll find an array of magical (and sometimes scary) creatures. However, you don’t have to worry too much, because this set features Buckbeak, replete with posable head and wings, and a baby Thestral. A Cornish Pixie figure is also present.

A neat addition to this customizable LEGO Harry Potter kit, it ships with several glow-in-the-dark items. These include a spider figure and a quartet of mushroom elements.

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Comprising 172 pieces, the kit measures six inches tall, 12.5 inches wide, and four-and-a-half inches deep. It was designed for Harry Potter fans aged eight and up. This set will be priced at $29.99.

7. LEGO Harry Potter Prisoner of Azkaban Figures

The LEGO Harry Potter Prisoner of Azkaban Figures on displayLEGO

The most recently-revealed Harry Potter-inspired LEGO set comes in the shape of LEGO BrickHeadz. What’s more, this kit is exclusive to the LEGO Store. 

Designed for Potterheads aged 10 and up, the quartet of Harry Potter characters and brick-built Stag Patronus comprise 697 pieces. Considering this set features five buildable models, it is sure to provide you and a fellow Harry Potter fun with a fun-filled building experience. 

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In addition, when the bricks of each figure has been clicked together, the completed build will look great on display. So, which characters are included. Well, bar the LEGO-reimagined Stag Patronus, there are Harry, Hermione, Sirius Black, and a Dementor. Each model stands three inches tall. 

This set will be priced at $49.99

8. LEGO Harry Potter Talking Sorting Hat — 76429

The LEGO-reimagined Sorting Hat on displayLEGO

The most recently-released LEGO Harry Potter set is a must-have for Harry Potter fans. There’s no doubt about it. Who wouldn’t want a Sorting Hat of their own?

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Of course, the brick-built Sorting Hat should be able to – ahem – sort you into one of the four Houses of Hogwarts. Well, if you thought you’d have to use your imagination for the latter, you’d be mistaken. The LEGO-reimagined Sorting Hat can speak. Yup, you read that right.

A first for a LEGO Harry Potter kit, this kit features a sound brick, replete with 31 randomized sounds. The latter does, of course, include announcing “Gryffindor”, “Hufflepuff”, “Ravenclaw”, or “Slytherin”. But in which House will you be placed? To quote the Sorting Hat, “Not Slytherin, you say?”

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But how does it work? It’s quite simple, really. All you have to do is place the LEGO replica on your head. You can also tip its top to produce one of the sounds.

Once you’ve been designated which House you’ll represent, you can place the LEGO Harry Potter Sorting Hat on the stand that’s included with this kit. The latter features crests of all four Houses. A Harry Potter minifigure, replete with a small Sorting Hat, is also present.

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Comprising 561 pieces, this LEGO Harry Potter set was designed for Potterheads aged 18 and up. The completed build measures nine-and-a-half inches tall and seven-and-a-half inches in diameter.

This kit will be priced at $99.99.

Grab your quill. It’s time to make a note in your diary. These new LEGO Harry Potter sets will be released on March 1, 2024.

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About The Author

Tristan graduated from Southampton Solent University in 2020 with a bachelor's in TV, Media Production, and Journalism. Previously, he's written for Nintendo Life, Dualshockers, Pocket Tactics, The Digital Fix, VideoGamer, and The Loadout as a guide, list, features, and review writer. On top of being a massive figure collector and struggling New York Yankees fan, Tristan covers all things LEGO, Anime and Gaming for Dexerto, from reporting on news to writing features and guides.