76403 LEGO Harry Potter Ministry of Magic
Lego Harry Potter Lego 76403 Harry Potter Lego Lego The Ministry of Magic

The LEGO Harry Potter set featuring the Ministry building is remarkable for its intricate detail and accurate portrayal of the many unique rooms and features that make up this iconic location. It’s a must-have for any Harry Potter LEGO enthusiast alike. So, if you’re looking to add a touch of magic to your home, consider investing in this one-of-a-kind set and join the ranks of those who have explored the inner workings of Lego The Ministry of Magic.

The Harry Potter franchise has introduced us to a plethora of amazing wizarding concepts and locations, but perhaps one of the most intriguing is the Ministry of Magic. Located in London, the Ministry serves as the governing body for all magical affairs in the wizarding world. From managing the use of magic in the Muggle world (or lack thereof), to enforcing laws and regulations within the wizarding community, the Ministry plays a vital role in the lives of every witch and wizard in the Harry Potter universe. And let’s not forget the iconic phone booth entrance, which only adds to the Ministry’s charming and quirky character.

Set Details

This LEGO® Harry Potter set, known as “The Ministry of Magic™” (76403), provides a detailed and authentic representation of the magical headquarters. With 990 pieces and 9 minifigures, this multi-storey set accurately captures the size and activities that take place at the Ministry of Magic. The set features well-known characters such as Harry Potter, Hermione Granger™, and Ron Weasley™, who can transform into Albert Runcorn, Mafalda Hopkirk, and Reg Cattermole by simply adjusting their heads and using new hairpieces. The set’s interiors are meticulously designed, including Dolores Umbridge’s office, Arthur Weasley’s office, the Hall of Prophecy, and the Court Room. The main objective is to locate the Slytherin™ locket and escape without being apprehended by Yaxley, Pius, and the Dementor™. Additionally, the set includes various authentic accessories like a red phone box, stacks of the Daily Prophet newspaper, Umbridge’s Patronus cat, two decoy detonators, and the Slytherin™ locket Horcrux.

Model Name The Ministry of Magic
Model Number 76403
Theme Harry Potter
Sub Themes Deathly Hallows
Pieces 990
Minifigures 10
Launch Date June 2022
Current Status Available
Date Retired N/A
RRP £90

Investment Potential

The LEGO Harry Potter Ministry of Magic (76403) set is the perfect investment for any LEGO fan. With a launch RRP of £90, this set boasts an impressive 990 pieces – giving you a price per piece of just 0.09p, which is great value considering its long-term potential. With a strong long term financial projection its time to do a deep dive as to why you should add this one to your portfolio.

Launch RRP £90
Price Per Piece £0.09
Launch Price per piece £0.09
5th Year Value £120
Percentage Increase 33%
Expected Annual Growth 10%
Theme Growth 11%
Sub Theme Growth 8%

Theme Analysis

LEGO Harry Potter sets can be an incredibly good investment. For example, the LEGO Attack on the Burrow set, released in December 2019 with a retail price of £90, has seen its value increase by 20% to £108 – an impressive annualised growth rate of 44%. Similarly, LEGO Diagon Alley (10217), released in December 2012 with a retail price of £133, has seen its value increase by an extraordinary 151% to £333 – equating to an annualised growth rate of 9%. Even the LEGO Hogwarts Castle set from December 2003, initially costing £80, has seen its value surge 293% to £314 – resulting in an impressive 7% annualised growth. Lastly, the 75952 Newt’s Case of Magical Creatures set from December 2019, with a retail price of £45, has had its value increase by 45% to £65 – corresponding to an 11% annualised growth rate.

Set Number Set Name Retired Date RRP Current Value Total Growth Annualised Growth
75980 Attack on the Burrow December 2022 £90 £108 20% 44%
10217 Diagon Alley December 2012 £133 £333 151% 9%
4709 Hogwarts Castle December 2003 £80 £314 293% 7%
75952 Newt’s Case of Magical Creatures December 2019 £45 £65 45% 11%

Comparable Set Analysis

When we look at comparable data it shows that previous sets, such as 4867 Hogwarts, 4842 Hogwarts Castle and 4865 The Forbidden Forest have all yielded impressive returns since their

release in December of 2012. For instance, the original price for LEGO Hogwarts was £50 which has almost doubled to £109 for a 118% return. Similarly, investment in LEGO Hogwarts Castle and LEGO the Forbidden Forest have yielded 120% and 206% returns respectively since their release date. What’s more, all three sets now generate an 8-11% annualized return on their original price making them attractive to LEGO investors.

Set Number Set Name Retired Date RRP Current Value Total Growth Annualised Growth
4867 Hogwarts December 2012 £50 £109 118% 8%
4842 Hogwarts Castle December 2012 £103 £227 120% 8%
4865 The Forbidden Forest December 2012 £10 £32 206% 11%


The LEGO Harry Potter Ministry of Magic (76403) set is the perfect investment for any LEGO fan. The projected 5 year value of the set is £120, a 33% increase – while projected future annual growth is expected to be 10%, with the overall theme and sub-theme growing by 12% and 8% respectively. All in all, this set is sure to offer high returns for any collector. Invest. Buy at LEGO now!