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We first stumbled upon the rumour of the micro-scale LEGO Disney Castle back in April of this a year (2021), today LEGO have listed it on their instructions database, which ultimately confirms it’s existence!

Screenshot of the LEGO instructions listing

Unfortunately there aren’t any details surrounding the LEGO Mini Disney Castle (40478) just yet but we expect LEGO to announce something soon.

Although have shared a short description and a handful of  product details.

  • Disney fans of all ages will love this attraction from the Magic Kingdom® at Walt Disney World® Resort in Florida. Next to Cinderella’s castle is a classic Mickey Mouse minifigure.
  • The extraordinary building set of 567 parts is a great gift idea for fans aged 12 and over and complements any Disney collection.
  • The model is 21 cm high, 14 cm wide and 13 cm deep. On a mantelpiece or on a shelf, the LEGO® ǀ Disney model “Little Disney Castle” attracts many admiring glances.

From the details we have seen we suspect the part count to be 567, which makes it a pretty decent build and size, although these would mostly be smaller pieces. It will also come packaged with a Mickey Mouse Minifigure!

The rumoured RRP is $/€34.99, making it extremely affordable and within most fans budgets.

LEGO Magical Cinderella’s Castle MOC by buildbetterbricks

Above you’ll see the MOC made by buildbetterbricks. It gives us a rough look at what to expect from the official LEGO set.

What else would you like to see LEGO shrink? Perhaps micro-scale LEGO Creator Modulars, or LEGO Ghostbusters HQ? Let us know in the comments below!

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  1. […] week we report that LEGO had confirmed the LEGO Mini Disney Castle (40478) via a listing found in their instruction datebase. Now LEGO […]

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