The Lego Collection

Being from Denmark, Lego has always been a stable part of my childhood.

I’m not ashamed to say it’s also a stable part of my adulthood. I love building Lego sets. It’s like a 3D puzzle that doesn’t fall apart when you touch it.  And the Harry Potter sets are great. Full of little magical details. So naturally, Harry Potter Lego is also a part of my collection. But apart from the very first Hogwarts set, which is from my original collection, I didn’t start collecting Harry Potter Legos until 2019, so that’s why I’ve divided the collection in two. The older set are bought used, and some are missing parts whereas the newer sets are bought – well, new.

Most of my sets are not on display, as my cat for reasons unknown loves to chew on Hogwarts castle spires. Other Legos are left alone, but boy do those green towers (apparently) taste good.


2019 and newer

 75979 Hedwig

71043 Hogwarts Castle

76391 Hogwarts Icons – Collector’s Edition

75978 Diagon Alley

75966 Room of Requirements 

75954 Hogwarts Great Hall 

75958 Beauxbaton’s Wagon

76388 Visit to Hogsmeade 

 75948 Hogwarts Clock Tower 

76386 Polyjuice Potion

76387 Fluffy

76389 Chamber of Secrets

76395 First flying lesson

76392 Wizard’s chess

75953 Hogwarts Whomping Willow

75980 Attack on the Burrow

 75947 Hagrid’s Hut

 75969 Hogwarts Astronomy Tower 

75957 Knight Bus

75946 Triwizard task

75945 Expecto Patronum

75967 The Forbidden Forest – Umbridge

75955 Hogwarts Express 

76394 Fawkes

Advent calendars: 
76404 –  2022
76390 – 2021
75981 – 2020
75964 – 2019


76394 Fawkes


Older sets

4709 Hogwarts Castle

4730 Chamber of Secrets

4712 Troll on the Loose

4706 The Forbidden Corridor

4757 Hogwarts Castle

4753 Sirius Black’s Escape

4719 Quality Quidditch Supplies

4750 Dracos Meeting with Buckbeek

4726 Quidditch Training
4727 Aragog in the Forbidden Forest