Recreate the magic of the Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban movie. This LEGO Harry Potter 75947 Hagrid’s Hut: Buckbeak’s Rescue playset gives young witches and wizards aged 8 and over endless opportunities for imaginative role-play. They can explore the detailed interior of Hagrid’s woodland hut, hide behind Hagrid’s pumpkin patch when the Minister of Magic arrives with the Executioner, then rescue Buckbeak the Hippogriff and lead him to safety. The magical adventures never end with this cool toy for kids, which includes 6 minifigures, a Buckbeak figure with moveable wings and a host of accessories and features including a switch-operated light brick for the fireplace. This playset the perfect Harry Potter gift for fans aged 8+.
For My 13th Birthday My Grand-Parents Bought Me This Gift So Excited Till I Started Building The brown Big Window Frame Did Not Come in This Kit! I've Had Bad Experience With LEGO Before I Thought LEGO Would Of Changed! Not Happy!
My boyfriend and I built this set for date night and had so blast putting it together. I'm a die hard Harry Potter fan and love the detail in this set, it's amazing! I think the only thing missing is Fang, how could you leave Fang out!? My only complaint is the price, I feel the set was a bit expensive for what it is. However, I think the price is pretty average for LEGO. All in all, a great set with lots of detail and easy to build!
I think this build was my favourite so far out of the smaller sets from the Harry Potter series. The light up brick is tremendous and i will be looking for more sets that incorporate light. I love the tiny details inside of the cabin like the teapot and spoons and pan; the best being Hagrid's pink umbrella! Watching Prisoner of Azkaban while building is a delightful experience and highly recommended. This set really completes the Hogwarts diorama and looks fantastic set up.
This set was great fun to build and has some lovely details. It is missing 2 key characters for the part of the story it portrays - Dumbledore is a key part of this scene and Fang should be with Hagrid. It would also have been nice to add a couple of ferrets to the garden - rats would do - better than the spider inside in my view as Hermione fed ferrets to Buckbeat.
Beautiful set and wonderful addition to any Harry Potter collection! Many play features to keep you occupied for hours. Fairly straightforward to build, only very few blocks that are tricky to place. Been a blast to see the hut come together bringing happy memories along. A set that captures countless of memories from the movies from Harry and Ron following the spider on their first year to Hagrid telling the trio that "There’s a storm coming, Harry. And we all best be ready when she does.”
I'm a huge Harry Potter fan, and have grown to love Lego since having kids. This set is incredible. The attention to detail is so fun, creating lots of play time, and great for collectors as well. I'm not new to building Lego, but this set had some challenges for me. This set is a good price for the amount of minifigures you get as well as the hut itself.
There are only two door stickers. And they do not fit the doors. They are too small and the hole for the knob stud way too big. Lego could have at least supplied four of these poor quality stickers so you could have the wood look in and out on both doors. The stickers for the 1x6 wood plank is too narrow. Oh well. Maybe most people just wont care about this. Love Buckbeak. However, it too was disappointing. Buckbeak is stationary and only the head moves. I think that Lego could have made the back legs of the body move like on the horses. I like the instruction for building the roof. Cool. But the one section will stick up until you press it down for the fireplace light. The fireplace light was also done well. Way cool pumpkin patch idea. I am OK with this set. Lego is getting more and more expensive and this is another example of where shortcuts were taken, when just a little more attention could have made it a great small set instead of just an average small set.