As expected, all three of the Disney sets – which tie in to the upcoming animated movie – will launch on December 1, just days after Encanto arrives in cinemas (November 24 for the US, November 26 for the UK).
Two of the three sets follow the Disney Storybook Adventures theme in format, while the third (and largest) is a more traditional façade, representing the familial home of the Madrigals, the group of characters at the centre of Encanto’s story.
Check out all the details on each of the three sets – including their price tags and piece counts, along with full image galleries – below.
43200 Antonio’s Magical Door
Price: £17.99 / $19.99 / €19.99 Pieces: 99 Micro-dolls: 2
43201 Isabela’s Magical Door
Price: £17.99 / $19.99 / €19.99 Pieces: 114 Micro-dolls: 3
43202 The Madrigal House
Price: £44.99 / $49.99 / €49.99 Pieces: 587 Mini-dolls: 2 Micro-dolls: 1
You’ll be able to grab all three of these sets from December 1. Disney’s Encanto arrives in cinemas later this month.
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