Hogwarts Great Hall is LEGO set 75954-1. It has a score of 90. This is average compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 1 reviews, based on 7 scored reviews and 11 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 15.73% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2018, and it is categorised in Harry Potter.
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This set looks fantastic and I can't wait to purchase. The Harry Potter line of LEGO sets are always crazy popular... I don't see this released lineup of sets to be any different. Having said that, these sets are new as of July 1. Therefore, I would recommend you check around before paying a price that is higher than retail ($99.99). This set is exclusive right now and hasn't been fully released, so do your homework first. Happy bricking!
Hogwarts Great Hall is a lot bigger than I originally expected. It looks phenomenal, with some serious attention to detail. This attention to detail is seen in the Mirror of Erised. While it looks good (especially the mirror surface stickers), it's a shame the gold stickers are stuck on yellow parts. It clashes slightly, but not too much, as the focus is on the mirror surface.
Definitely a necessity, if you are planning on getting any more Wizarding World sets!
LEGO nails it once again! The Harry Potter Hogwart's Great Hall set allows kids to recreate the magical realm from the Harry Potter films with this beautifully detailed 4-level castle. With so much Potter detail, this fantasy role-playing toy will engage Potter fans in 2 hours of building fun. Let's not forget it comes with a staggering 10 mini figures!
When it comes to buying Hogwarts Great Hall, there is no doubt that you are buying a really fun set with some classic characters. At full price, the value is not even that bad, though you don't get as much build-time as you might expect.
While there is plenty of play packed into thise set, 75954 Hogwarts Great Hall looks great on display too, especially when paired with 75953 Hogwarts Whomping Willow. Harry Potter fans are sure to enjoy this set, which delivers exactly what was needed after such a patience testing absence. Welcome back, indeed.
The build, while enjoyable, doesn't really offer anything that interesting. Additionally, the focus of this set is on creating a nice looking Great Hall; there isn't much in the way of gimmicks here, which I am okay with, but I wish some extra effort had been put in to covering the back like the Ghostbuster HQ set for a slight bump in price or at least completing the large tower. And with that said,t he accuracy of this set isn't really that great either; The Hall it self looks okay for the most part, but the tower looks off to me, as does the little dock they attached. There's also a few sections of the set, such as the dock area, which isn't well constructed and can fall apart very easily. With that said, this set is still a marked improvement over the original Hogwarts components in terms of building techniques and details, and I really hope that LEGO continues to provide more sections of Hogwarts to combine with this and the Whomping Willow to further add some value to this purchase. I think this set is a worthy pickup not only to Harry Potter fans, but has the potential to be a really cool building for those more casual fans with some modifications.
Hogwarts Great Hall isn't a perfectly accurate recreation of the architecture and layout of Hogwarts, and it doesn't need to be. [...] However, the set does an excellent job of giving the impression of Hogwarts, taking us into the rows of students and professors hungrily dining in the Great Hall, and highlighting our favorite moments from the early films with a series of tiny vignettes in the tower. The dining room is wonderfully detailed given the scale, and the exterior of the Great Hall is the most accurate LEGO version yet.
75954 Hogwarts Great Hall is probably my favourite of the new Wizarding World sets. It looks fantastic from the outside and the interior of the Great Hall is highly detailed, matching the source material quite closely and including plenty of room to play with the minifigures. Furthermore, the architectural design of the castle is absolutely magnificent and it includes several new elements which could prove to be extremely useful.