Today: April 17, 2024

Disney’s Snow White & The Seven Dwarves Gets the LEGO Treatment

Can you name all of the Seven Dwarves from Snow White? Don’t worry, thanks to LEGO you won’t need to, you’ll be able to turn to your shelf were your latest LEGO set sits with pride!

The LEGO Group unveils the enchanting LEGO|Disney Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Cottage set, a tribute to the very first Disney Princess character. This quaint forest cottage meticulously recreates the memorable details from the Walt Disney Animation Studios film, now in brick form.

Based on the original 1937 Disney Animation film, this 2228-piece set contains 10 minifigures, including Snow White, the Seven Dwarfs, the Prince, the Queen with the red apple, as well as accompanying animal friends. A wishing well featuring a dove is also included, along with the glass box, depicting Snow White’s awakening.

Nestled deep in the enchanted forest, the iconic cottage is packed with nostalgia, from the bedroom with seven beds, to the room with the pipe organ, baking table, sink and cupboards.

The LEGO|Disney Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Cottage set is available for LEGO Insiders from 1st March 2024 at www.LEGO.com/Snow-White and LEGO Stores for all from 1st June 2024 priced at €219.99 / £189.99 / $219.99. 

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