Lego reveals new sets for Disney 100th anniversary: when is the launch and how to order yours

Lego will be celebrating Disney’s 100th anniversary with new magical sets (Disney)
Lego will be celebrating Disney’s 100th anniversary with new magical sets (Disney)

Lego has revealed new sets celebrating the magic of Disney, as part of the Disney 100 Years of Wonder.

The sets are branded with the Disney100 logo, featuring iconic scenes from both Disney and Pixar movies.

New collectible minifigures will be available from May 1, with 18 unique characters, including Jiminy Cricket and Pochantas, many of which have never been available in minifigure form before.

Most of these new sets will be launched in the coming months, except for BrickHeadz 40622 Disney 100th Celebration, which is already available and can be ordered at Lego.

What are the new Lego Disney 100th sets and when will they be released?

The New Lego sets include:

Lego BrickHeadz Disney 100th Celebration set (40622), which includes buildable Lego figures of Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, Disney Mickey Mouse, Snow White, and Tinker Bell. These are already available.

Lego Disney Celebration Train (43212) features Disney and Pixar characters, such as Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse, Moana, Peter Pan, and Toy Story favourites on bespoke parade floats and can be ordered on April 1.

The Lego Disney Up House (43217) is the Lego model of the iconic patchwork house from Up and features Carl Fredricksen, Wilderness Explorer Russell, and Dug with orders available on April 1.

Lego Duplo Disney 3-in-1 Magical Castle (10998), which includes figures of Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Figaro, Daisy Duck, and Donald Duck and can be ordered on April 4.

The new Lego Minifigures Disney 100 collection features 18 fan-favourite Disney Characters from across the past 100 years, with each blind bag containing one minifigure, and can be ordered on May 1.

Lego also recently unveiled a range of new characters in an effort to be more inclusive, representing people with physical and mental disabilities in its new product line.

The company added new characters to its Friends line, including those with different skin tones, disabilities, limb difference, and vitiligo.

Lego decided to make these changes after strong feedback showing “children had a desire to see themselves, their friends and their families better represented.”