The Most Popular Harry Potter LEGO Set: Revealing the Top Choice!

Choose the set you think is the most popular!

Author: Gregor Krambs
Updated on Apr 10, 2024 07:12
Embark on a magical journey to the enchanting world of Harry Potter LEGO sets with StrawPoll! We've conjured up a spellbinding ranking of the most popular Harry Potter LEGO sets, and we're inviting all witches, wizards, and muggles alike to cast their votes! From the iconic Hogwarts Castle to thrilling Quidditch matches, these sets bring the beloved stories to life, brick by brick. But we need your magical touch to determine the ultimate fan-favorite. So grab your wands, hop on your broomsticks, and head over to our poll to vote for your top choice or suggest a missing masterpiece. Together, let's uncover the most enchanting Harry Potter LEGO set that has bewitched the hearts of fans worldwide!

What Is the Most Popular Harry Potter LEGO Set?

  1. 1
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    This set is the largest and most intricate representation of Hogwarts Castle ever created by LEGO. It features over 6,000 pieces and includes famous locations such as the Great Hall, the Chamber of Secrets, and the Forbidden Forest.
    The Hogwarts Castle (71043) is a highly detailed and sought-after LEGO set that captures the iconic magical school from the Harry Potter series. It is a massive and intricate build, providing endless hours of enjoyment for fans of all ages.
    • Set Number: 71043
    • Pieces: 6020
    • Minifigures: 27
    • Build Time: Approximately 20 hours
    • Dimensions: 22.4 x 25.6 x 16.5 inches
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    Diagon Alley (75978)
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    This set brings to life the famous wizarding shopping street, Diagon Alley. It includes four buildings with intricate details and over 5,000 pieces.
    The Diagon Alley (75978) LEGO set is based on the iconic location from the Harry Potter series. It allows fans to recreate the bustling wizarding shopping street with its various shops and unique architecture.
    • Set Number: 75978
    • Piece Count: 5,544
    • Minifigures: 14
    • Shops Included: Ollivanders, Flourish & Blotts, Weasley's Wizard Wheezes, Scribbulus Writing Implements, Quality Quidditch Supplies
    • Detailed Design: Each shop features intricate detailing and unique elements
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    This set allows you to build the iconic steam engine train that transports Harry and his friends to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
    The Hogwarts Express (75955) is a Harry Potter LEGO Set that replicates the famous train used by students to travel to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. It offers a detailed and realistic representation of the iconic locomotive, allowing fans to recreate magical adventures and scenes from the Harry Potter series.
    • Set Number: 75955
    • Piece Count: 801
    • Minifigures: 6
    • Features: Platform, train cart, and the Hogwarts Express
    • Accessories: Chocolate Frog, Daily Prophet newspaper, and luggage
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    This set lets you recreate the thrilling game of Quidditch, with a full-sized pitch and all the necessary equipment.
    The Quidditch Match (75956) is a LEGO Harry Potter set that recreates the thrilling game of Quidditch from the famous Wizarding World. It features a detailed Quidditch pitch with goalposts, stand with viewing tower, and a section for the spectators. The set includes minifigures of Harry Potter, Hermione Granger, and Draco Malfoy, along with Oliver Wood, Marcus Flint, and Madam Hooch. The characters are equipped with broomsticks and Quidditch gear to play out exciting Quidditch matches. The set also comes with various accessories like the Golden Snitch, Quaffle, Bludgers, and other elements to enhance the play experience.
    • Set Number: 75956
    • Pieces: 500
    • Minifigures: 6
    • Recommended Age: 7-14
    • Quidditch Pitch Dimensions: 11.8 x 12.6 inches
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    This set features the Great Hall of Hogwarts, complete with a dining table, moving staircase, and a sorting hat.
    The Hogwarts Great Hall (75954) is a LEGO set inspired by the iconic Great Hall at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry from the Harry Potter series. It allows fans of both LEGO and Harry Potter to recreate exciting scenes from the movies or create new adventures within the magical world.
    • Number of pieces: 878
    • Recommended age: 9-14 years
    • Minifigures included: 10 (including Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, Hermione Granger, Draco Malfoy, Albus Dumbledore, and more)
    • Features: A buildable Great Hall with towers, a fireplace, benches, tables, and reversible house banners, a floating candle chandelier, a spell-casting function, and a treasure room with a chest and a Basilisk's head
    • Accessories: Wands, broomsticks, a turkey leg, treasure, a teapot, a cauldron, a goblet, and more
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    This set includes the magically expanding Knight Bus, which Harry uses to escape from the Dursleys.
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    This set features the Astronomy Tower, where Harry and Dumbledore have important conversations throughout the series.
    The Hogwarts Astronomy Tower (75969) is a LEGO set that brings to life the iconic tower from the Harry Potter series. It provides a detailed and immersive building experience for fans of all ages. The set includes several important scenes and features from the movies, allowing fans to recreate their favorite moments.
    • Piece count: 971 pieces
    • Recommended age: 9 years and older
    • Included characters: Professor Horace Slughorn, Neville Longbottom, Ron Weasley, Lavender Brown, Draco Malfoy, and Harry Potter
    • Functions: Moving staircase, astronomy classroom, and a spell-casting feature
    • Dimensions: 15 inches (39 cm) tall and 11 inches (29 cm) wide
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    This set includes the Whomping Willow tree and the Hogwarts castle entrance, where Harry and Ron crash their flying car in the second book.
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    This set features the Forbidden Forest, where Harry and Ron meet Hagrid's giant spider friend, Aragog.
    Aragog's Lair (75950) is a Harry Potter LEGO set that allows fans to recreate the famous scene from the Chamber of Secrets where Harry and Ron encounter the giant spider, Aragog. The set includes a buildable lair with spiderweb elements, a small tree with a spiderweb trap, and a buildable Aragog figure with articulated legs and a posable jointed body. The set also includes two minifigures - Harry Potter and Ron Weasley - each equipped with wands and a lantern to carry.
    • Set number: 75950
    • Number of pieces: 157
    • Recommended age: 7-14 years
    • Released year: 2018
    • Minifigures included: 2
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    This set is now retired but remains popular among collectors. It includes the Weasley family's magical home, the Burrow, complete with a garden, chicken coop, and a flying car.
    The Burrow (4840) is a Harry Potter LEGO set that depicts the Weasley family's magical home. It features a two-story, ramshackle house with various rooms and interactive elements.
    • Set Number: 4840
    • Year Released: 2010
    • Theme: Harry Potter
    • Pieces: 568
    • Minifigures: 6

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Ranking factors for popular set

  1. Popularity among fans
    Consider which sets have been in high demand among Harry Potter LEGO set collectors and enthusiasts.
  2. Relevance to the Harry Potter series
    The set should accurately represent a significant scene, location, or characters from the Harry Potter books and movies.
  3. Detail and design
    A well-designed and detailed set with intricate pieces and accurate colors will make the LEGO set more appealing.
  4. Playability and functionality
    Sets with interactive features, moving parts, and opportunities for creative play will be more desirable for fans of all ages.
  5. Number of pieces
    A larger set with more pieces may be more challenging and enjoyable for builders, but smaller sets with fewer pieces can also be popular for their simplicity and lower price point.
  6. Availability and exclusivity
    Limited edition or hard-to-find sets may become more popular among collectors due to their scarcity and the challenge of acquiring them.
  7. Minifigures
    Sets including unique and fan-favorite minifigures can make a LEGO set more popular.
  8. Price
    Consider the affordability of the set and whether it offers value for money in terms of design, detail, and playability.
  9. Reviews and ratings
    Check online reviews and ratings from customers who have purchased and built the LEGO set to gauge its popularity and overall satisfaction.
  10. Compatibility
    Sets that can easily integrate with other Harry Potter LEGO sets or with general LEGO sets may be more popular among builders who want to create larger, more elaborate displays.

About this ranking

This is a community-based ranking of the most popular Harry Potter LEGO set. We do our best to provide fair voting, but it is not intended to be exhaustive. So if you notice something or set is missing, feel free to help improve the ranking!

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  • 213 votes
  • 10 ranked items

Voting Rules

A participant may cast an up or down vote for each set once every 24 hours. The rank of each set is then calculated from the weighted sum of all up and down votes.

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Harry Potter and LEGO are two beloved franchises that have captured the hearts of millions of fans around the world. Since the release of the first Harry Potter book in 1997, the magical world of Hogwarts has captivated readers young and old, while LEGO has been a staple toy for children since it was introduced in 1932. It's no surprise that when the two came together, it resulted in some of the most popular LEGO sets ever created. From Hogwarts Castle to Diagon Alley, the Harry Potter LEGO sets have become a must-have for fans of both franchises. With so many sets to choose from, which one is the most popular? Let's dive in and find out.

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