LEGO® Set 4754 – Hagrid’s Hut (2nd Edition)

Rochelle September 15, 2015 @ 6:15PM

Did you realize that Hagrid's hut changed in the third movie? The first two movies were filmed on small patches of land near a studio but movies 3-8 were filmed on location in Scotland.

The newly designed hut was what production designer Stuart Craig wanted from the start but he finally had the room to build his vision for Hagrid's home. LEGO® followed suit by updating the look of the hut in this set, which is the second version of Hagrid's Hut. You can see the first version here.

This version of the hut has several changes. Most notable is the roof. This building has a proper roof made from LEGO® bricks instead of a piece of plastic. It is also larger than the first hut and it has a lot of floor space when it is opened.

Inside the hut you will find pretty much everything you expect Hagrid to have. There is a crossbow, fireplace, various creatures, and even a key (Hagrid is Keeper of the Keys at Hogwarts, remember?). The fireplace has a hidden area that, when opened, reveals a book: The Monster Book of Monsters. The only thing missing is a plate full of rock cakes!

Looking for more Harry Potter LEGO® sets? You can see the list of all the sets here.

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Set 4754 - Hagrid's Hut (2nd Edition)

LEGO® Set 4754 – Hagrid's Hut

Year Released: 2004
Set Number: 4754-1
Name of Set: Hagrid's Hut (2nd Edition)
Book Set is Based On: Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Number of Parts: 296
Minifigures: 2 - Hagrid and Hermione Granger
Creatures: 3 - Bat, rat, and spider
Minimum Recommended Age to Build This Set: 7 years old

Hagrid’s Hut (2nd Edition)

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LEGO® Set 4754 – Hagrid's Hut
LEGO® Set 4754 – Hagrid's Hut
LEGO® Set 4754 – Hagrid's Hut
LEGO® Set 4754 – Hagrid's Hut
LEGO® Set 4754 – Hagrid's Hut
LEGO® Set 4754 – Hagrid's Hut

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This LEGO® set contains small pieces that could be a choke hazard and is not meant for children age three and younger. LEGO® is a trademark of the LEGO Group of companies which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse this site.

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