You can now pick up the 'Stranger Things' LEGO set at Disney Springs


The recently announced LEGO playset based on the popular Netflix retro-fest Stranger Things has already hit the LEGO store at Disney Springs. Though the set is only available online to non-"LEGO VIPs" (yeah, that's a thing) on June 1, any old schlub can now walk into the Lake Buena Vista store and pick up the set for $199. The creative diorama features both the "real-world" and "upside-down" versions of the Byerly family's house, along with Sheriff Hopper's truck, Christmas lights that actually light up, and minifigs of Hopper, Eleven (with and without wig), all the kids and even an adorable plastic Demogorgon.

Stranger Things returns to Netflix for its third season on July 4, which is awesome because it always rains on the Fourth of July around here anyway. The series also returns to Universal Orlando's Halloween Horror Nights with an all-new haunted house experience on select nights Sept. 6-Nov. 2).

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