The average ticket price for getting into Walt Disney World is just north of $100, making the magic kingdom less than magical for your holiday budget.
But instead of packing up the kids, wrangling them onto a plane, and then waiting in line to get into the park, just grab Lego s new towering Disney Castle and give your family a staycation instead.
Weighing in at 4,080 pieces, Lego s new Disney Castle was modeled after the Cinderella Castle that s visible from almost everywhere inside Walt Disney World.
Its spires and fairy tale-inspired architecture are instantly recognizable, and while Lego s take is no where near as grandiose as the original, this model still stands almost 30-inches tall to the tip of its tallest tower.
And while it might be cheaper than the park s ticket prices and airfare to Orlando, when available Disney s Castle will still set you back $350 making it as expensive as the Lego Ghostbusters Firehouse HQ set, but with less included pieces.
Lego s Disney Castle does come with five Disney minifigures including Donald and Daisy, Minnie and Mickey wearing a dapper tuxedo and Tinkerbell.