My first real foray into a larger more complex lego set (although made up from a ton of smaller sets). I purchased almost every set available and created this
gigantic Lego Hogwarts. It nearly filled my seven foot pool table as can be seen in the pictures, and to date is still one of my favorite all time Lego projects. I have no idea how many total pieces were used, because
I used additonal pieces to join everything together, but its roughly 4020. (See the bottom for list of sets and piece count)
Combined front view of Hogwarts.
Dumbledore guards the entrance to the school.
Hagrids hut with Aragog.
Front Left Side.
Front Right Side.
Side View of the build.
Rear view showing great hall and classrooms.
Rear view including entrance hall and chamber of secrets.
Rear view including Gryffindor tower and Dumbledore's office.
This was created using the following sets:
4701 - The Sorting Hat - 50 bricks
4702 - The Final Challenge - 61 bricks
4704 - The Chamber of the Keys - 180 bricks
4705 - Snapes Class - 167 bricks
4706 - Forbidden Cooridor - 239 bricks
4707 - Hagrid's Hut - 298 bricks
4709 - Hogwarts Castle - 696 bricks
4712 - Troll on the Loose - 70 bricks
4727 - Aragog in the Dark Forest - 183 bricks
4729 - Dumbledores Office - 451 bricks
4730 - Chamber of Secrets - 597 bricks
4736 - Freeing Dobby - 73 bricks
4757 - Hogwarts 2nd Edition - 936 bricks
Miscellaneaus bricks to tie them together
Approximate Total Bricks: 4020 bricks