The world of LEGO already offers a variety of Disney building sets, from Belle’s Ballroom and Cinderella’s Royal Carriage to Buzz Lightyear’s Planetary Mission and Spider-Man‘s Headquarters. Now, LEGO is returning to some of Disney’s earliest characters by introducing five new Mickey and Friends sets to the magical world of building.
Each set comes with starter brick elements that kids do not have to build to help kickstart the building process. Kids can use the picture instructions or digital building instructions from the LEGO Building Instructions app to help them visualize while they build.
Kids can role play life in a fantasy-inspired castle with the LEGO Mickey and Friends Castle Defenders set. This 215-piece set features a castle wall with two towers and four other small builds, including a stable area. It comes with Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, and Daisy Duck minifigures, as well as a buildable dragon, a rideable LEGO horse figure, and other fun play starters. This set is recommended for kids ages 4 and up and is available for $54.99.
The Mickey, Minnie, and Goofy’s Fairground Fun set comes with Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, and Goofy minifigures. Kids ages 4 and up can build three amusement park activities, including a Ferris wheel, a roller coaster, and a strength-test game, and then explore the colorful fairground. This 184-piece set is available for $34.99.
Mickey is going out into the wilderness in the Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse’s Camping Trip set. This 103-piece set comes with three minifigures (Mickey, Minnie, and Pluto), an RV, a camper van, and two smaller builds. Kids can role play Mickey and Minnie roasting marshmallows, playing fetch with Pluto, and traveling to the campsite. This set is recommended for kids ages 4 and up and is available for $24.99.
School is back in session already for some kids, and the LEGO Dots Mickey Mouse & Minnie Mouse Back-to-School Project Box set is full of possibilities. This 669-piece set comes with a two-drawer chest, two flat bag tags with an adhesive patch, a picture frame, a note holder, and a lot of tiles for designs. Kids ages 6 and up can assemble each project over and over to express themselves however they like. This set is available for $44.99.
Kids ages 6 and up can carry their LEGO creativity around with them with the LEGO Dots Mickey & Friends Bracelets Mega Pack. This 349-piece set comes with five bracelets and more than 340 LEGO Dots tiles, including glitter and decorated tiles. Kids can redecorate the bracelets over and over, share them with friends, and express themselves through bold designs. Each bracelet features five adjustable positions, so they can fit on any LEGO fan’s wrist. This set is available for $34.99.
All of these Mickey and Friends LEGO sets are available to shop now at major retailers and at lego.com.