LEGO Harry Potter 75958 Beauxbatons’ Carriage: Arrival at Hogwarts announced

Another new set, LEGO Harry Potter 75958 Beauxbatons’ Carriage: Arrival at Hogwartshas been revealed.

With five LEGO Harry Potter sets and an advent calendar recently announced, fans might have assumed that the LEGO Group had finished mining the Potterverse for material in 2019. It turns out that there are more sets to come, with 75958 Beauxbatons’ Carriage: Arrival at Hogwarts announced today and reported by Mugglenet.

Unusually for a licensed set, the 430 piece model can rebuilt in an alternate configuration. Given Hagrid’s Yule Ball costume, synergy has clearly been considered, with this set intended to accompany 75948 Hogwarts Clock Tower.

Here is the official product description:

Imaginations will take flight with the LEGO Harry Potter Beauxbatons’ Carriage: Arrival at Hogwarts building kit. Young witches and wizards will relive the thrilling scene from Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire where the magnificent flying carriage makes its hair-raising journey to Hogwarts, where Hagrid waits to guide it safely in to land. Once on the ground, the carriage rebuilds into a 2-floor bedroom and tea-drinking area—the perfect place to plan new adventures with Madame Maxime, Fleur Delacour and Gabrielle Delacour. With 4 minifigures and 2 flying horses with moveable wings, legs and heads, the Beauxbatons’ carriage will transport any Harry Potter fan to a magical world of imaginative play.

75965 The Rise of Voldemort has also been announced today. The new sets are due for release on June 1 in the UK and August 1 in the USA.

The impressive LEGO Harry Potter 71043 Hogwarts Castle is available now at

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