Lego reveals new Little Mermaid sets

Published on: 25th April 2023

The Lego Group is releasing three new sets inspired by the highly-anticipated film, Disney’s The Little Mermaid, which will premier in theatres nationwide next month. 

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The portable Lego Little Mermaid Story Book set is suitable for fans aged five years and above and features two underwater environments inspired by the film which can all fold up into a neat book. There is an Ariel Mini doll in her hideout, along with Sebastian and Flounder and a collection of Ariel’s land treasures. On the other side of the book, there is an Ursula Mini doll in her leviathan cave complete with potions. The set also features a King Triton Mini doll. This set will be available from the 1st May at a sub-£20 price point.

From the 1st June, Ariel’s Treasure Chest will be on sale, suitable for those aged six and over. Once again featuring an Ariel Mini doll, customers can build their own treasure chest, decorate it and fill it with keepsakes in two secret drawers. There are a few already to get them started such as a candlestick, a statue and jewels. When the key is turned in the lock, it makes Ariel, Flounder and Sebastian spin – just like a music box.

The final set, Little Mermaid Royal Clamshell, was made with adult fans in mind. Featuring key moments from the movie, this build is rich in detail and features seven characters from the new film, including Ariel, Ursula, King Triton, Sebastian, Flounder and Ariel’s sisters Indira and Karina. The set includes references to throne rock, Ariel’s grotto and Ursula’s lair and is already available to pre-order.


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