The unstoppable beings at LEGO have announced a slew of new Harry Potter sets for you to completely obsess over. If you’re bored of puzzles, you might want to give these a red hot go. Of course, none of the sets are as intense as the 649-dollar, 6020-piece Hogwarts Castle, but they still look like an absolute hoot.

Straight to it.

Hogwarts Astronomy Tower

This baby consists of 971 pieces, including a wee Hermione Granger, Ron Weasley, Lavender Brown, Draco Malfoy, and Hedwig. The model is 40cm high, 29cm wide, and 17cm deep, so you’re going to need a little bit of space. It also connects with LEGO’s Hogwarts sets 75953, 75954, and 75948.

It retails for $179.99 and will be available on June 1, 2020.

4 Privet Drive

You guys, this set comes with a toy car! Inspired by Harry’s escape from the Dursley’s in Chamber of Secrets, this collection comes with a toy house, toy car, and Harry, Ron, Dudley, Uncle Vernon, Aunt Petunia, and Dobby minifigures. And a LEGO cake! The set is 797 pieces, measures at about 17cm high, is 16cm wide, and 12cm deep. The car is about 12cm long. It sounds like a bloody delightful set, tell ya what.

It retails for $99.99 and will be available on June 1, 2020. 

Forbidden Forrest: Umbridge’s Encounter

Based on that infamous scene from Order of the Phoenix, this LEGO set includes Harry, Hermione, and Dolores Umbridge minifigures. The tree even opens up to reveal some goodies, including a lantern, bone, and turkey leg. Not to mention two centaur figures and a giant Grawp.

The tree, when closed, measures at about 12cm high and Grawp is 13cm high.

It’s 253 pieces and will set you back $49.99. Oh, and it’ll also be available on June 1, 2020.

Hogwarts Room of Requirement

This cute set comes with little Harry, Hermione, Luna Lovegood, and Patronus minifigures – a hare for Luna and an otter for Hermione. A power shooter, a dummy Death Eater, and a detailed room with a pillar, board, and fireplace are also included.

The room is 7cm high, 19cm long, and about 6cm deep. You don’t have to put the parts together according to the image either, whatever works.

The set has 193 pieces and will retail at $29.99. Again, it won’t be available until June 1, 2020. 

Hedwig

I mean, it’s a GIANT HEDWIG. This big boy has a wingspan of 34cm and consists of 630 pieces. BIG BOY. The model shows Hedwig mid-flight, delivering an important letter. Once the build is complete, turning the handle causes the wings to move. It also comes with a detachable Harry Potter minifigure and a little Hedwig owl toy.

The set will cost you $69.99, and will be available on June 1, 2020. 

Attack on the Burrow

Last but not least is this massive set. It’s 1047 pieces. I mean, bloody hell. The set comes with the Weasley family house (one side opens up) and eight minifigures, including Ron, Ginny, Arthur and Molly Weasley, Nymphadora Tonks, Bellatrix Lestrange, Fenrir Greyback, and Harry.

The house measures at about 34cm high, 22cm wide, and 18cm deep.

It’ll set you back $149.99, and will be available on June 1, 2020.

LOOK AT THAT.

While we wait for June 1 to roll around, you can find a whole bunch of Harry Potter LEGO sets right here.

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