LEGO Disney Up, BrickHeadz and more sets rumoured for 2023

A rumoured set list for LEGO Disney has surfaced online, including a variety of properties, another castle, BrickHeadz and a familiar floating house.

Promobricks on Instagram are reporting to have details for several upcoming LEGO Disney sets for 2023, a year when the company will be celebrating its monumental 100th anniversary.

Beating the LEGO Group by 10 years is no small feat and as such, rumour has it that the theme has a lot in store for next year, including properties never officially represented before in bricks.

Here’s a quick summary of the rumoured LEGO Disney 2023 list:


Rumoured setPiecesPriceRelease date
43210 Moana’s Way-finding Boat324£34.99January 1
43211 Aurora’s Castle187$44.99January 1
43212 Disney Birthday Train200$39.99April 1
43213 BrickHeadz134$19.99May 1
43214 Rapunzel’s Music Box89$9.99January 1
43216 Princess’ Enchanted Journey320$64.99January 1
43217 Carl’s House “Up”598$54.99April 1
43219 Creative Locksmith Box 140$34.99March 1
43220 Peter Pan & Wendy’s Storybook Adventure 111$19.99 March 1
43225 CastleTBC$159.99TBC
40619 Cruella de Vil & Maleficent BrickHeadzTBC$19.99March 1
40620 Eve & Wall-E BrickHeadz TBC$19.99March 1
40621 Moana & Merida BrickHeadzTBC$19.99March 1
40622 Steamboat Willie, Oswald, Snow White & Tinker Bell BrickHeadzTBC$39.99February 1
71038 Disney 100th AnniversaryTBC$3.99May

Of those builds, the rumoured 43217 Carl’s House “Up” is arguably the most interesting as the popular animated movie has not received an official LEGO set yet and a sizable model dedicated to the balloon-equipped house could make for a unique display model.

Wall-E is also reportedly returning after his LEGO Ideas set nearer to the start of the theme with a BrickHeadz double pack including him and Eve.

Of course, 43225 Castle is interesting too with Promobricks believing that this could be the Disneyland castle, so take it with an extra pinch of salt. The reported price of $159.99 could line up with that though as the Disneyland castle is much smaller than the Magic Kingdom castle depicted in the retiring 71040 The Disney Castle at £349.99.

Please remember that these are only rumours and nothing has been officially announced for LEGO Disney in 2023 at the time of writing. The LEGO Group has yet to confirm anything.

You can check out the most recent update to our rumoured list of LEGO 2023 sets by clicking here.

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