Weighing in at 1,709 pieces, the Frozen-themed build is the most expansive ever released to include mini-dolls – originally created for the Friends theme – instead of minifigures. And it carries the price tag to match, coming in at a mammoth £199.99 / $199.99 / €209.99.
For your money, you’ll bag a swathe of white and trans-blue elements that construct into a towering castle, measuring an impressive 65cm in height. That’s not quite on the level of Marvel’s 76178 Daily Bugle, which reaches a staggering 82cm with its rooftop antenna, but further cements the notion that this is a summer of verticality for the LEGO Group.
You’ll also take home nine characters, including four mini-dolls in Anna, Kristoff and two versions of Elsa, along with Olaf and four one-piece Snowgie figures. The interior of the open-backed build packs in plenty of detail, too, such as a microscale Arendelle castle and a grand piano.
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