LEGO Disney Mickey and Friends Sets Review
There are so many adventures that kids can have with Mickey Mouse and his friends through building new LEGO Disney Mickey and Friends construction sets.
With Mickey and Minnie’s Camping Trip, model number 10777, kids can use 103 pieces to build a car, a camper with removable top, and a small campsite and campfire. The set includes figures of Mickey, Minnie, and Pluto, plus lots of accessories for playing out toasting marshmallows, sleeping under the stars, and more. Pack the bags on top of the camper, attach the camper to the car, place the minifigures inside the car, and drive off to the next campsite.
Mickey, Minnie and Goofy’s Fairground Fun is a 184-piece construction set, model number 10778. This one lets kids build five fair attractions: a roller coaster, a Ferris wheel, a strength test game, a hot dog stand, and a cash register. The three minifigures of Minnie, Mickey, and Goofy can all ride in the Ferris wheel and the roller coaster, plus there are other accessories for inspiring imaginative play.
And Mickey and Friends Castle Defenders, model number 10780, comes with 215 pieces for building a castle, dragon, horse-drawn wagon, and pumpkin launcher. The Mickey, Minnie, Daisy, and Donald minifigures are all dressed in medieval attire, ready to defend the castle and play out other fantasy adventures, such as finding a hidden treasure chest.
Should I get it?
All of these sets are for ages 4 and up, making these great for kids who are too old for Duplo but still a bit young for traditional LEGO builds. Each set has a lot of great detail to inspire imaginative play, and we think Disney fans will enjoy building the scene and telling their own stories for these favorite characters.
- Easier builds for younger LEGO fans
- Lots of accessories & minifigures
- Imaginative play for Disney fans