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Just a few days ago, Nintendo confirmed that the world of Animal Crossing would be joining the likes of Super Mario and Sonic by receiving its very own Lego treatment. Unlike Mario, it appears Animal Crossing is much more traditionally in nature, with mini figs, galore. Today, Lego finally pulled back the curtain on all of the amazing sets we can expect to see when the series launches on March 1st, 2024.


According to a press release from Lego five sets in total will be released ranging in price from $14.99 to $74.99, including a 500+ piece Nook’s Cranny set. Check out all of the sets below and the full press release from Lego with all of the sets and prices.



Billund – October 10th, 2023 – Today, the LEGO Group reveals brand-new LEGO® Animal Crossing™ sets, inspired by the popular video game series from Nintendo.

Millions of people have found their happy place while playing Animal Crossing™. Now for the first time, that world is coming to LEGO brick form.

The five new play experiences, created in partnership with Nintendo, allow LEGO builders to explore the world and characters from the video games, and play out different stories in the brick-built landscape.

The sets have been developed to fit together easily and offer a high level of customization, for instance it’s possible to switch elements between buildings – including the window frames – with one simple click. All sets can be adapted, mixed, and changed, enabling builders to create their own worlds and make the settings unique to them.

Builders aged 6+ can get creative and imaginative by bringing their favourite scenes and characters to life in the physical world with LEGO Animal Crossing. The new range will include build experiences such as:

Julian’s Birthday Party, where builders can celebrate with Julian, share cupcakes, and open presents.

Bunnie’s Outdoor Activities allows enthusiasts of the great outdoors to roleplay setting up a tent, roasting marshmallows or using the vaulting pole to jump across the water, and grab the shovel or other recognizable tools from the video game series.

Kapp’n’s Island Boat Tour gives fans the opportunity to board the boat and explore another island with Kapp’n and Marshal, go on an adventure to search for coconuts and bamboo, discover wildlife, hermit crabs, and fish or simply hang out and enjoy the fire.

Isabelle’s House Visit allows builders to get creative and help Isabelle and Fauna customize Fauna’s house and enjoy activities like opening the balloon present, crafting tools, or picking fruits and flowers.

Nook’s Cranny & Rosie’s House gives builders two locations where they can roleplay stocking up Nook’s Cranny shop or go to Rosie’s house for freshly baked cookies.

Product info
LEGO® Animal Crossing™ Isabelle’s House Visit (77049)

  • Pieces: 389
  • Ages: 6+
  • Measures over 6.5 in. (17 cm) high and 10 in (25 cm) wide
  • 2 characters: Isabelle & Fauna
  • Price: £34.99/ €39.99/$39.99

LEGO® Animal Crossing™ Julian’s Birthday Party (77046)

  • Pieces: 170
  • Ages: 6+
  • This 170-piece set measures over 3.5 in. (9 cm) high, 6.5 in. (17 cm) wide and 4 in. (10 cm) deep when arranged in standard configuration
  • 1 character: Julian
  • Price: £12.99/ €14,99/$14,99

LEGO® Animal Crossing ™ Bunnie’s Outdoor Activities (77047)

  • Pieces: 164
  • Ages: 6+
  • Measures over 3.5 in. (9 cm) high, 8 in. (20 cm) wide and 6.5 in. (17 cm) deep when arranged in standard configuration.
  • 1 character: Bunnie
  • Price: £17.99/ €19.99/19.99

LEGO® Animal Crossing™ Kapp’n’s Island Boat Tour (77048)

  • Pieces: 233
  • Ages: 6+
  • Measures over 3.5 in. (9 cm) high, 11 in. (28 cm) wide and 6.5 in. (17 cm) deep when arranged in standard configuration
  • 2 characters: Kapp’n and Marshal
  • Price: £24.99/ €29.99/$29.99

LEGO® Animal Crossing ™ Nook’s Cranny & Rosie´s House (77050)

  • Pieces: 535
  • Ages: 7+
  • Measures over 6 in. (15 cm) high and 15 in. (39 cm) wide
  • 2 characters – Tom Nook & Rosie
  • Price: £64.99/ €74,99/$74,99


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