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The new 'Hocus Pocus' Lego set is flying off shelves


How to get the new ‘Hocus Pocus’ Lego set

Gather 'round, sisters: the time has finally come. In September, Lego announced its 90s-inspired streak that started with a Batcave would continue with a set based on the Sanderson Sisters’ cottage, from the cult classic movie, "Hocus Pocus." Well the set is finally available to buy on Lego's site, and it's flying off shelves.

When “Hocus Pocus” was released in theaters on July 16, 1993, it was an instant box office bomb, debuting at fourth place on the weekend box office charts. And yet, it became an all-time great cult classic with a sequel released on Disney+ last year and a third film already on the way.

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‘Hocus Pocus’ Lego set details

  • What you build: The set consists of the central cottage plus a small cemetery that’s built separate from the cottage.
cemetery and minifigures
  • For display and regular play: You can choose to leave the cottage completely intact with the graveyard nearby for the cleanest display. Alternatively, you can have more fun by lifting the hinged roof, removing a side room and opening up a wall for full and easy access inside.
interactive cottage
  • Interactive elements: The biggest interactive elements are the water wheel which spins to reveal pink smoke in the chimney, plus a light brick that can be switched on to act as a flickering fire under the Sandersons’ cauldron.
light brick under cauldron
  • Age suggestion: This is a large, complicated and expensive set. Lego recommends that builders be at least 18 years of age.
  • Piece count: There are 2,316 pieces in the set, enough to likely take you several hours to complete.
  • Minifigures: There are six minifigures. There are the three Sanderson sisters (Winifred, Mary and Sarah), the Dennisons (Max and Dani) and Allison Watts. A black cat to represent Thackery Binx is also included.
set of minifigures

New 'Hocus Pocus' Lego set

Disney Hocus Pocus: The Sanderson Sisters’ Cottage

A fun fact about this Lego set is that it was designed by a Fan Designer named Amber Veyt. That goes to show you that if you truly love Lego and you work hard enough, you could one day design the next huge set.

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Other Lego sets to check out

Lego Super Mario 64 Question Mark Block

This block can be opened up to reveal many famous Mario game levels from Mario’s past. It has 2,064 pieces. You can “discover hidden secrets” by combining it with pieces from two other Lego sets: 71360 and 71387.

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Lego Creator Mighty Dinosaur

If you love to constantly build, take apart and rebuild your sets, this one offers excellent value. You can use its 174 pieces to make three different dinosaurs — but only one at a time.

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Lego Disney “Frozen 2” Elsa’s Jewelry Box

This set is an excellent two-in-gift for the child who is obsessed with “Frozen." It's both a Lego set like any other and also an actual working jewelry box. It comes with two Lego rings and contains 300 pieces.

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Lego Star Wars AT-AT

This meaty Lego set is in celebration of the 40-year anniversary of “The Empire Strikes Back.” The AT-AT has a posable head and legs. It is 1,267 pieces and comes with six minifigures.

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Jordan C. Woika writes for BestReviews. BestReviews has helped millions of consumers simplify their purchasing decisions, saving them time and money.

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