LEGO masters have proven that with enough toy bricks, you can build impressive structures. The plastic pieces have been used to recreate everything from the Batcave to the Taj Mahal, and now LEGO architects will have the chance to build a replica of Disney World’s famous castle at home, Gizmodo reports.

LEGO’s newly-announced Cinderella’s Castle set stands almost 30 inches tall and takes 4080 pieces to complete. Like the centerpiece of Disney’s Magic Kingdom in Orlando, Florida, the toy model features a clock, a bridge entryway, and flags flying from its spires. The interior is just as detailed: Each room contains references to a different Disney film. Miniature props include Sleeping Beauty’s spinning wheel, Snow White’s apple, and Aladdin’s lamp as well as minifigures that resemble Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Daisy, and Tinkerbell.

At $350, the cost for the set can be even pricier than a trip to the real thing. But if you’re willing to spend that much to own a piece of Disney World magic, LEGO’S Cinderella’s Castle will be hitting shelves on September 1.

[h/t Gizmodo]

All images courtesy of LEGO.

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