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Calling all Disney fans! This spring, LEGO is launching 22 brand-new sets, which is cool by itself. But, what makes it even better, is that these honor Disney’s 100th anniversary (which will be celebrated throughout 2023). The new Disney100 LEGO collections feature characters and scenes from some of Disney’s most iconic movies throughout the last century.

If you’re a LEGO or Disney fan as much as I am, you should know that a few of the new items are already live. You can shop the Magical Castle and the iconic house from Disney-Pixar’s Up now. And for summer, you can expect the Enchanted Treehouse and classic Disney Duos collectibles, to launch on June 1. But if you want to make sure you get your hands on them, you can pre-order them now! Details below.

Be warned that these Disney100 LEGO playsets carry the typical LEGO price tags (which can be higher than similar off-brand building kits). Prices start at $5.99 and go up to $100. But I always like to say that LEGO has high replay value. You can build a kit, disassemble it, and rebuild it over and over again. And if you don’t, you can always display the piece as a work of art. Or, supplement an expensive kit with regular bricks for added fun. (We actually have lots of LEGO hacks that will help you save on basic building supplies).

Here’s everything you need to know about the upcoming collection, including how to get first access and where to buy the new kits. For more money-saving tips, download The Krazy Coupon Lady app or text HACKS to 57299.


Our Favorite Disney100 LEGO Finds

Disney Characters in Legos

LEGO Disney: Disney Duos Collectible Figures

These Disney Duo collectibles ($44.99, Target) won’t be released until June 1, but you can pre-order the set now. It includes iconic duos from Disney Classic movies like Sleeping Beauty and Pocahontas. You can also pre-order the set at Lego.com, but you’ll save 5% if you shop at Target and use your RedCard.

  • Ages: 6+
  • Pieces: 553
  • Release date: June 1, 2023
In-Store or ONLINE Deal
As low as $42.74 $44.99 (5% Off)
5% Off - Target RedCard Savings
Live June 1, Available for Pre-Order Now

LEGO Disney Villains

What’s a Disney movie without villains? This LEGO set is a collector’s item and features four infamous Disney villains: Gaston from Beauty and the Beast, the Evil Queen in Disguise from Snow White, Jafar Genie from Aladdin, and Disney’s Maleficent. It makes for a unique and eye-catching Disney display.

  • Ages: 18+
  • Pieces: 1540
  • Release date: June 1
Shipping: Free shipping on orders over $35
Live June 1, Available for Pre-Order Now

LEGO Mini-Figures: $4.99 each

LEGO fans know the thrill of collecting mini-figures ($4.99 each, LEGO.com). Starting May 1, the brand is releasing 18 new ones. The figures are just under $5 each and feature several of Disney’s most iconic characters throughout the last 10 decades. These are somewhat unique purchases since you don’t know which figure you’ll get when you buy a blind bag. And even though they’re only $5, the entire set of 18 will run you $90 if you want to collect them all.

Mini-figures you’ll be able to add to your collection include Sorcerer’s Apprentice Mickey, Pinocchio, Jiminy Cricket, Stitch 626, Cruella de Vil Dalmatian Puppy, Miguel & Dante, Ernesto de la Cruz, Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, Robin Hood, Prince John, Dr. Facilier, Queen of Hearts, and Baymax. You could also get Disney princesses Aurora, Tiana, Mulan, or Pocahontas.

We recommend finding a few friends who are also interested in the set and going in on them together: Have each person buy a blind bag, then trade around to minimize duplicates. You can also search online forums and dedicated Facebook groups to find and trade for the figures you’re missing.

  • Ages: 5+
  • Pieces: 8
  • Release date: Available Now

Disney Celebration Train: $39.99

This celebratory train set ($39.99, LEGO.com), led by Mickey himself, features three of Disney’s iconic movies. Peter Pan and Tinker Bell appear on a pirate boat, Woody is perched on a sheriff’s display, and Moana is riding a wave near her hidden cave. The set includes six mini-figures (Minnie, Mickey, Peter Pan, Tinker Bell, Woody, and Moana) and is ideal for ages 4 and up.

  • Ages: 4+
  • Pieces: 200
  • Release date: Available now

LEGO BrickHeadz Collection: $39.99

On this milestone anniversary, LEGO is celebrating Disney’s firsts. The BrickHeadsz set ($39.99, LEGO.com) includes figures of Oswald the Lucky Rabbit (Disney’s first character), Mickey Mouse (Disney’s first animated character), Snow White (from Disney’s first feature film), and Tinker Bell (Disneyland’s first mascot). The 501-piece kit has all the pieces you need to create each of the four figures at once. It also includes base plates so you can easily display them when you’re finished.

  • Ages: 10+
  • Pieces: 501
  • Release date: Available now

Up House ($59.99)

Recreate the iconic scene from Up with this house set ($59.99, LEGO.com). With almost 600 pieces, this kit is for ages 9 and up—perfect for kids and adults alike. This house features four rooms and comes with a Dug the Dog figure, plus mini-figures of Carl and Russell. The house is open in the back, so you can easily move the figures around and use your imagination to create fun scenarios.

  • Ages: 9+
  • Pieces: 598
  • Release date: Available now

Magical Castle: $99.99

This LEGO kit ($99.99, LEGO.com) is part of the DUPLO line, which means it consists of larger pieces and is geared toward younger kids. There are three ways to put it together, so it’s like three toys in one! It comes with five mini-figures: Minnie, Mickey, Donald, Daisy, and their cat Figaro. The set can be configured into the entire castle, or two smaller, separate scenes. Larger DUPLO kits go for upwards of $120, so getting what is essentially three sets for under $100 is a steal.

  • Ages: 3+
  • Pieces: 160
  • Release date: Available now

The Enchanted Treehouse: $159.99

So while this princess summer house isn’t available to shop yet, you can pre-order it now and it will ship starting June 1. This one’s an extra fun set for the summer. It features two levels, a waterfall, a zip line, and 13 LEGO mini-doll figures.

You can get a Flowerpot gift with purchases of $150 or more, valid 4/14-4/24 while supplies last.

  • Ages: 7+
  • Pieces: 1,016
  • Release date: June 1
ONLINE or In-Store Deal
Shipping: Pre-order this item today, it will ship from June 1, 2023

Moana’s Wayfinding Boat: $34.99

Moana fans get the challenge of building the Wayfinding Boat, and they get two Moana character figures. This one’s fun to build and put out on display during the summer.

  • Ages: 6+
  • Pieces: 321
  • Release date: Available now
ONLINE or In-Store Deal

Lego Disney The Little Mermaid Royal Clamshell Collectible

Designed for ages 18 and up, this Little Mermaid LEGO set ($151.99, Target) is hard to get your hands on. Seriously though, I can never get it at my local store since it was released. Use your Target RedCard to save an extra 5%.

  • Ages: 18+
  • Pieces: 1808
  • Release date: Available now
As low as $151.99 $159.99 (5% Off)
5% Off - Target RedCard Savings
Shipping: Free with RedCard or on orders of $35+

Related: Little Mermaid Movie Merch at Target


New Disney100 LEGO sets are live now and selling out fast! Create a free account to purchase them.

The LEGO BrickHeadz Collection ($39.99, LEGO) is already live and available to purchase on LEGO.com. The other sets, like the Up House and the Magical Castle, are already live.

You’ll only be able to buy these items on LEGO.com at first. Each ‘Coming Soon’ listing on the site explains that VIP LEGO members will get first access to the products. But luckily, it doesn’t take much to become a VIP. First of all, it’s free! And as long as you’re 18 or older, you can sign up for the free VIP membership and get first dibs on these sets as they become available.

Most existing LEGO Disney products are sold at other retailers, like Amazon, Target, and Walmart, so we expect to see these new sets pop up at these retailers shortly after their release dates. Better yet, maybe one day we’ll catch one at Costco. We’ve seen a LEGO Botanical kit go for $15 less ($44.99 versus $59.99) than it usually costs at any other retailer.

Our Favorite Disney Lego Sets: Little Mermaid, 'Up' House, Disney Duos Collectible Figures, and More!