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LEGO Harry Potter Diagon Alley 10217
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- Building this fantastic magical set that includes 3 extensively detailed buildings and 11 minifigures
- Ollivander's measures 8" (20 cm) high and 5" (13 cm) wide; Borgin and Burke's measures 8" (20 cm) high and 7" (18 cm) wide
- Gringott's Bank measures 8" (21 cm) high and 4" (10 cm) wide when closed, 8" high and 9" (23 cm) wide when opened wide
- Completed model (depending on how much space is allocated between individual parts) measures 24" (60 cm) long and 12" (30 cm) deep and 8" (21 cm) high
- 2,025 elements
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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Top Customer Reviews
First, there's Ollivander's Wand Shop. This is a two-story building in green, tan, blue, and black. The window design is incredibly well done. Inside, you've got some wand shelves, a desk for Ollivander, a ladder to get to the second floor, and a few other surprises. Both the inside and outside are well detailed.
Second is Borgin and Burke's, a set in gray, black, and green. Despite the fact that this building is actually in Knockturn Alley and not Diagon Alley, I'm really glad it was included in the set. The building contains a number of surprises, not the least of which is an actual vanishing cabinet and a Floo entrance that spins. The attention to detail is remarkable. That being said, I would have liked to have seen a few more "dark objects" to scatter about the store--maybe a hand display or the silver and opal necklace, for instance.
Third is my personal favorite piece, Gringott's. It's a beautiful white and gold building. It includes a desk and a vault, as well as numerous little touches that make it seem like a bank.Read more ›
We purchased this for my daughters birthday and quite frankly were amazed at the detail, quality and value of this set! Now do not get me wrong - there is work involved in this, lots of it!! But I like the fact that it is a great project, is great for a team effort, keeps the kids engaged and everyone knows that hard work will be worth the end result!
As for that end result - well you get three amazing and intricate buildings that allow kids to let their imaginations run wild as they play out the Harry Potter scenes: Gringott's Bank - this can be used two ways, as a small building or you can actually open the building up to both show the detail and allow more playability for kids. Then we have Borgin and Burke's - the fun here is the glow in the dark feature, which our kids really loved especially as my daughter kept this set up in her room. The finally, in terms of buildings there is Ollivander's where there is even the effect of an explosion to be had!! Trust me, lego spared neither attention to detail or the extra effects on this one!
For me, I was also happy that this set included lots of mini figures, 11 to be exact, which was great as the lack of figures has maybe been the only downfall in some of the other sets from this series!
The instructions were comprehensive and easy to follow though the construction was somewhat challenging at times. As busy parents we simply broke up the project over several evenings which is a great suggestion if the kids can wait as it allows you to focus! These pieces are well sized and highly detailed, but this was such as excellent feature as it brought the movie and book to life!Read more ›
The reason why I rated it as educational was because it makes you pay attention to the direction, it is a great way to teach a child patience and to be still to do something. I also believe that it is a great way to open the child's mind to the wonders of construction, design and architecture.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
WAY overpriced. Seriously LEGO, you are easily making 300%+ profit off of this. Give your customers a break.Published 4 months ago by TjValion
Awesome - for the Lego and Hogwarts enthusiast, this Daigon Alley is so much fun, and the buildings are "real life" and fun for the kids to play with. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Multi-Lingual Parents Raising Bilingual Kids
What a disappointment. We opened the bags to build Gringots Bank and started. My daughter initially loved it. Then, we found that there were missing pieces. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Robert Osborne