LEGO's Snow White Cottage celebrates Disney's oldest animated film

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Fans of Disney's animated film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs will want to set a reminder for this Friday. This is when LEGO's latest Disney collaborative set will be released, celebrating the beloved animated classic.

LEGO | Disney Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Cottage set is a celebration of the original 1937 Disney Animation film and serves as a tribute to the very first Disney Princess character.

Set to arrive this Friday, March 1st, the new set recreates the iconic cottage and is brimming with nostalgia. On one side is the outside of the cottage surrounded by the enchanted forest and accompanied by Snow White's animal friends.

Flipping it over, we see the inside of the cottage, including the bedroom with seven beds, the room with the pipe organ, baking table, sink and cupboards.

Altogether, the set is comprised of 2,228 pieces and comes with 10 minifigures, including Snow White, the Seven Dwarfs, the Prince, and the Queen with the red apple. It also comes with a wishing well with a dove and the glass box, depicting Snow White's awakening.

The set is actually quite reminiscent of the fan design whichgathered the 10,000 votes to become a LEGO Ideas set not once, but twice. Although LEGO rejected it both times, fans will finally get a set dedicated to Disney's oldest Princess.

The set will go on sale on March 1, 2024, for LEGO Insiders at and in LEGO Stores. Everyone else will have to wait until March 4, 2024. It's priced at $219.

Released in 1937, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs was the world's first feature-length animated film, and also the first in the world to be made in Technicolor. An adaptation of the Brothers Grimm fairy tale, the story sees the wicked Queen — jealous of Snow White's beauty — order the murder of her innocent stepdaughter. But when she discovers that Snow White is alive and living in a cottage with seven miners, she disguises herself as an old lady and tempts her with a poisonous apple.

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs was Walt Disney's first-ever animated film and generally considered his most significant achievement. Although Disney is set to release a live-action remake of the classic, it's been met with mixed reception.